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Hai Robotics partners with frictionless supply chain company Pop.capacity

Hai Robotics has formed a partnership with frictionless supply chain company Pop.capacity.

With this partnership, Pop.capacity will be able to include Hai Robotics solutions as part of its portfolio offering to its customers in an effort to reduce friction points within their warehouses.

Pop.capacity is pioneering the frictionless supply chain. By combining years of supply chain experience, and a never before seen technology, they are uniquely positioned to bring a disruptive new solution to an industry full of unnecessary friction.

Their platform blends industry knowledge, real relationships, and proprietary technology to provide both shippers and suppliers with a refreshing experience.

Matt Fain, CEO of Pop.capacity, says: “We take every opportunity we can to influence our partners with technology.

“It’s in our DNA. And by partnering with Hai Robotics, we enhance our warehouses capabilities by now offering robotics and automation solutions to our network.

“We offer shippers and carriers in our network, more capacity, and overall higher quality services. It’s an important part of our effort to pioneer a truly frictionless supply chain.”

Hai Robotics has developed a number of options for how pop.capacity warehouses can leverage its technology, including full-sized systems and several smaller “start-up” options.

Ben Gruettner, director of industry sales of Hai Robotics USA, says: “The partnership between pop.capacity and Hai Robotics is a natural fit.

“With Pop.capacity pioneering the frictionless supply chain, their growing network can now leverage Hai Robotics for friction free-fulfillment in the four walls. Our flexible and scalable Goods-to-Person solution will be a great compliment to the warehouse needs of Pop.capacity’s partners.”

The HaiPick ACR systems can increase storage density by 80-to-130 percent while improving worker efficiency by as much as 300 percent, claims Hai Robotics. In addition, the robots can pick up to 32 feet (10 metres high).

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