What used to be a project for larger companies has now been made so simple that it can be installed in your production process in just 2–3 days. This frees up valuable time for your employees, which can be used on quality control, as well as preventing production stoppages and bottlenecks.

All pallet flows can be tracked from all devices, so your clients can follow everything from workflow to flow analysis, and optimise and save up to 60% on simple pallet transport tasks.

Pallet handling

Global AGV L12 is a stand-alone logistics solution that can intelligently and innovatively index where and when the pallets should be collected, where they need to be delivered, and synchronise with other logistics processes.

The model is equipped with free forks that can be adjusted according to pallet size. In addition, it can handle pallets that are closed at the bottom, e.g. CHEP pallets, but is also suitable for handling US,
UK and SEA pallets.



Lift height:

1200 kg / 2645 lb

Max. 2844 mm. (112”)
Limit: 1000 mm (39.4”)

Fork dimensions:

Between forks:     

40 x 100 x 1200 mm
(1.6” x 3.9” x 47.2”)

Std. limit til 1000 mm (39,4”)



Max. speed:

1.5 kW AC motor

Linde LAC transmission

1.2 m/s

* The maximum lifting height for standard operation is 1000mm (39.4"). It is possible to request a higher lift.



The Global AGV L12 can handle the following types of pallet:


1200 x 800 x 144 mm
(47.2" x 31.5" x 5.7")

Industrial pallets

1200 x 1000 x 150 mm
(47.2" x 39.4" x 5.9")

UK Block paller

1200 x 1000 x 162 mm
47.2" x 39.4" x 6.4"

US Block paller

1219 x 1016 x 141 mm
48" x 40" x 5.6"

US Stringer paller     

1219 x 1016 x 130 mm
48" x 40" x 5.1"

Other pallet sizes upon request.  



Global AGV L12 standard equipment and options


  1. Red spot (warning light) - signals to the surroundings that the AGV is reversing
  2. Warning signal (side)- indicators that show which way the AGV is turning and signal when it is in the docking station
  3. Load sensor - located on the lifting tower to detect if the pallet or cargo is positioned correctly
  4. Safety scanner (rear facing) - MODEL SICK S300 Expert detects objects located in the AGV’s direction of travel
  5. Marshalling detection scanner - located on the back of the AGV, allowing for safe and efficient collection and delivery in lanes
  6. Fork sensors - located at the end of the forks to detect if something is located in front of the AGV
  7. Automatisk charging top - allowing the AGV to be charged during breaks
  8. Top scanner -  Pepperl+Fuchs (2D LiDAR) navigation laser scanner with 360° view
  9. Warning signals (light and sound) - located on both sides and top of the AGV. The signal is used to indicate turning and connecting to the docking station
  10. Touch screen - intuitive interface that gives the operator control and system information
  11. Blue spot (warning lamp) - signals to the surroundings that the AGV is moving forwards
  12. Emergency stop
  13. Handle for manual operation - allows for manual operation when switching routes or mapping the AGV
  14. Safety sensor (side) - located at the bottom right and left hand sides to detect objects such as feet
  15. Safety scanner (front) - Model SICK S300 Expert detects objects located in the AGV’s direction of travel


With its 360° navigation system at a height of 2.2 metres, the Global AGV constantly scans its surroundings to safely transport goods alongside people and in among other equipment.

If the AGV’s route or safety zones are obstructed by an employee or something else, the AGV stops and keeps a safe distance. Once the object has been removed, the AGV automatically continues its route again.

Even if there are unexpected obstacles along the route, accident and injury statistics show that Global AGVs are faster and safer than traditional forklift trucks.

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