Oatly needed help to free up more space in their warehouse, space that they absolutely needed. That’s when they chose Radioshuttle®. The fact that Radioshuttle® had documented experience working in different temperature ranges was both a requirement and a massive plus for Oatly, as well as one of the reasons why Radioshuttle® in particular was the choice.
“We have been working hard with Oatly for 10 years and they are a wonderful and exciting customer. Over the years, we have designed, planned and installed both pallet racks and Radioshuttle®. Oatly has been using our patented Radioshuttle® system for many years now. They are still very happy, which of course says a lot and is a real joy to hear.” , says Magnus Ullerås, Project Manager and Salesperson, Radioshuttle®
Magnus Olin, Warehouse Manager at Oatly
“Our cooperation has always worked incredibly well and we are very happy with this solution. The Radioshuttle® system is helping us free up loads of space, which is amazing and makes our everyday lives so much easier. Radioshuttle® has succeeded in developing solutions built to last. Every year, I wish for two more Radioshuttles® under the Christmas tree, so we’ll see what Santa brings this year.”
“Every year I wish for more Radioshuttle® under the christmas tree, so we’ll see what Santa brings this year.”Magnus Olin, Oatly
Oatly exists for one reason and one reason only. They want to make it easy to people to eat and drink in a way that makes them feel good whilst at the same time not having to worry about using up the planet’s resources. In the 90s, researchers made the revolutionary discovery that natural enzymes can convert fibre-rich oats into nutritious liquid food, perfectly suited to humans. Today, Oatly sells everything from different types of oat drinks and oat yoghurts, to ice cream (made from oats of course). Production, warehouses and the head offices are located in Landskrona.