As DHL Supply Chain deploys AutoStore systems across more facilities, the partners described their approach and objectives.
Movu Robotics, a developer of warehouse automation designed to ease logistics, has announced a strategic partnership with KPI Solutions, a supply chain consulting, software, systems integration, and automation supplier. The companies said their partnership will combine goods-to-person (G2P) and automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) with operational designs. The result will be customized warehouse systems “that…
Exotec SAS has continued its North American expansion as it offers mobile robots and dense shelving for scalable warehouse storage. The company this month announced that Bastian Solutions is an integrator for its Skypod system in the U.S. and Canada. In addition, Exotec last week celebrated the opening of a new production space near its…
The industry value chain is changing. We’re seeing a shift away from highly customized fixed warehouse automation to more modular, configurable, and standardized systems, like those from AutoStore and OPEX. This will have far reaching implications for the warehouse industry, eroding margins for system integration and solution design, while benefiting system OEMs. In this insight…
The deal brings Ocado Group’s automated warehouse fulfillment technology outside of the grocery retail sector.
DHL is already involved in nine operational AutoStore warehouse projects, and the companies said they have four more in the planning stage.
ASRS is driven by autonomous case-handling robots from Hai and Hy-Tek’s IntraOne software.
AutoStore announced that it launched a pay-per-pick service option that aims to lower the entry price point of its ASRS product.
AutoStore has launched Pio, its Product In/Out warehouse automation system, in North America for the first time.
Walmart began working with Alert Innovation in 2016 to build custom technology for its micro-fulfillment centers.
Geek+ and Systemex Automation sign partnership to expand autonomous mobile robot deployments in North America.
This pilot aims to streamline handoff from warehouse inventory robots to picking robots so that businesses can automate and scale up e-commerce operations, despite a national manual labor shortage.
Infinity joins OPEX’s two other robotic systems, Sure Sort, a sorting system, and Perfect Pick, a goods-to-person picking robot.
Urbx leverages Celestica’s experience to meet rising demand among retailers for faster, more efficient, cost-effective order fulfillment and delivery systems
Second-generation lift features extended bin reachability, maximizing space and reducing costs.
The partnership enables Caja Robotics to leverage Bastian Solutions extended channel for sales and deployment.
Urbx Logistics will work with Mitsubishi Electric Automation to enable retailers to automate and optimize in-store picking process.
The CE and ETL certified HAIPORT-powered Workstation is suitable for extensive storage scenarios that ask for high efficiency for order-fulfillment.
Geek+ presents revolutionary new Goods-to-Person solution PopPick, and the multi-machine flexible high-density solution, RoboShuttle Next Gen
This partnership enables AHS to implement Berkshire Grey solutions for warehousing and 3PL clients.
Both companies develop automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) and are pursuing the lucrative grocery automation market.
Smart Mixed Case palletizing combines Geek+ AMRs and WSR’s intelligent palletizing algorithm to process multiple outbound orders
Kroger is expanding automation in its Great Lakes Distribution Center leveraging KNAPP intelligent automation.
The Robot Report Podcast sits down with Mike Demko, head of AutoStore’s MFC business, and Interact Analysis’ Jason dePreaux.
Swisslog announces that Toyota Motor North America is planning to install a goods-to-person automation system featuring Swisslog’s CarryPick solution.