Rocla AGV Solutions awarded with iF DESIGN AWARD 2024

Rocla AGV Solutions has won this year’s iF DESIGN AWARD, the world-renowned design prize. The winning product, ACT, Automated Compact Truck, won the Product discipline in the Commercial Vehicles category.

The winning vehicle is the latest addition to the Rocla AGV offering, and it allows us to offer our customers an even more versatile product range; there is always a suitable pick or combination for each customer’s unique needs in warehouse and production environments.

ACT is ideal for heavy-duty lifting in narrow spaces. ACT can lift heavy loads up to 6 meters in as narrow as 2.6-meter aisles. Thus, it is an excellent choice for higher warehouses, where it works as a companion for other high-lifting vehicles and manually operated forklifts. ACT operates efficiently between warehouse and production or inbound and outbound areas, and it fits easily in the existing warehouse environment with minimal rack modifications.

ACT is equipped with several features that make it safe and user-friendly. Instructive colour-coded information, LED fins on both sides of the vehicle and a resposive touchscreen make communication with warehouse personnel fluent and efficient. Also, it complies with ISO 3691-4 safety standard.

More information about ACT can be found on the Rocla Solutions website and in the “Winners & iF Ranking” section on the iF design website.


The world’s oldest independent design organisation, Hannover-based iF International Forum Design GmbH, annually organises the iF DESIGN AWARD. Almost 11,000 entries were submitted from 72 countries.

Since 1954, the iF DESIGN AWARD has been recognised as an arbiter of quality for excellent design. The iF Design brand is renowned worldwide for outstanding design services, and the iF DESIGN AWARD is one of the most important design prizes in the world. It honours design achievements in all disciplines: product, packaging, communication and service design, architecture and interior architecture, as well as professional concept, user experience (UX) and user interface (UI).