Attabotics Reaches New Heights with Skyline Access Ladders
Attabotics is the world’s first 3D robotics supply chain system built from the ground up for each item picking. Attabotics replaces the rows and aisles of traditional fulfillment centers with a patented storage structure and robotics shuttle that utilizes both horizontal and vertical space, reducing a company’s warehouse needs by 85%. By empowering retailers, grocers, and eCommerce providers to place fulfillment centers near high-density urban areas, Attabotics helps create jobs and decrease carbon emissions by closing the last-mile delivery gap. Essentially, Attabotics automates the fulfillment needs of digital commerce globally!
Interior Height Safety Concerns
With Attabotics making use of every inch of a warehouse, their storage systems have no height limitations. As a result, when looking to manually access sections of the storage system, Attabotics reached out to the height safety experts at Skyline for a lightweight modular access ladder system that can easily integrate into their custom storage solutions. Ease of integration and installation was important, but they also wanted an access ladder that still looked aesthetically pleasing alongside their racking system.
Lightweight Modular Access Ladder
Attabotics incorporated the 7000 Series fixed access ladders as part of their design. The 7002 fixed ladder is made of a lightweight and maintenance-free aluminum, carrying with it an always new look and finish. The solution also included a cage wrapping the front of the ladder, with a short walkway and guardrail to ensure safety at all times. With the access ladders being installed within the interior walls of the warehouse, employees would have 24/7 access to climbing the ladder. As a result, we incorporated an aluminum door that would only allow authorized personnel access up the ladder. Not only are these access ladders compliant in meeting height regulations across North America, but their modular design makes it quick and easy to finalize the installation of Attabotics’ racking system.