A company called Bleum has unveiled its integrated warehouse robotics solution at the grand opening of its new showroom in Denver, Colorado.
Bleum says that logistics robots are able to deliver cost savings of 70 per cent or more for warehouse operations, adding that the market is expected to grow to $22.4 billion by 2021.
The company says early adopters of logistics robots have found their “benefits extend beyond cost savings”, enabling greater agility to scale up and down operations to meet the ebbs and flows of demand, and significantly improve the speed and throughput of distribution centers. Continue reading Bleum launches warehouse and logistics robotic system
A company called Suning Commerce Group has unveiled its automated warehouse (video below) as part of what it calls its “smart retail” strategy.
Suning is a Fortune Global 500 company owned by Suning Holdings Group.
The company has put its automated guided vehicle warehouse into service in Fengxian District, Shanghai, “boosting its capabilities in the field of smart logistics”, according to Suning. Continue reading Suning launches ‘basically unmanned’ automated warehouse with plans to use 1,000 robots
Yusen Logistics Singapore has unveiled a new robotic, automated warehouse featuring Swisslog AutoStore automated storage and order picking system.
The Asian logistics giant has also broken ground to expand the facility to include a new warehouse. Continue reading Yusen Logistics launches robotic, automated warehouse featuring Swisslog technology