Report forecasts growth in automated truck loading systems
Report highlights key factors influencing the growth of the ATLS market.
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The global automated truck loading system (ATLS) market was valued at $1.67 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $2.88 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 7.65% during the forecast period.
The report defines and forecasts the global automated truck loading system market segmented by loading dock, system type, and truck type. It also includes profiles of key players operating in this market and analyzes their market rankings and core competencies.
The report gathered data on key vendor revenues through secondary research such as Material Handling Institute (MHI) and International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA) as well as interviews with industry experts such as CEOs, VPs, directors, and marketing executives for key insights, both quantitative and qualitative, on the automated truck loading system market.
The ATLS ecosystem comprises manufacturers such as Actiw Oy (Finland), GEBHARDT Fördertechnik GmbH (Germany), HAVER & BOECKER OHG (Germany), and ATLS Ltd. (Spain) among others; component manufacturers such as Joloda International Ltd. (U.K.), C&D Skilled Robotics, Inc. (U.S.), and VDL Systems B.V. (Netherlands) among others; and distributors including Reno Forklift, Inc. (U.S.) and FLSmidth (U.S.), Inc. among others.
The reports categorizes the ATLS market:
By loading dock:
● Flush dock
● Enclosed dock
● Sawtooth dock
By system type:
● Chain conveyor systems
● Slat conveyor systems
● Belt conveyor systems
● Skate conveyor systems
● Roller track systems
● Automated guided vehicles
● Post and parcel
● Warehouse and distribution
Rest of the World (RoW)