How can robots be used in warehouses and distribution centers to improve efficiency, increase flexibility, and reduce costs? Attend this webinar to find out.
Vector AMRs, equipped with Kingpin top modules, pick up high-capacity custom carts for workers to use in the picking process.
The Palion Pallet Truck Series 8 can be used for staging/sortation, putaway, end-of-line, trash removal, replenishment, long haul and other materials handling applications.
Two MiR200 autonomous mobile robots help TBSI save up to 16 hours a day in terms of human labor, equivalent to the work of two operators who have now been assigned to more valuable tasks in the warehouse.
Five MiR500 autonomous mobile robots are saving the pharmaceutical giant 35-plus manhours per week on materials handling tasks.
The AMRs are being installed at a Chino, Calif.-based warehouse to improve productivity, order pick accuracy, and workplace safety.
ForwardX Robotics said its six new autonomous mobile robot models are intended to help manufacturers and warehouse operators automate more scenarios.
Vecna Robotics has expanded its high-capacity autonomous mobile robot product line with the first Silverback-series autonomous counterbalanced fork truck, addressing warehousing needs for end-to-end automation.
Automation provider GreyOrange has partnered with logistics firm Gold Bond to enable an Israeli distribution center to fulfill approximately 18,000 to 20,000 e-commerce orders per day.
With a single top module, the QM180 can handle a number of materials, including gates, half pallets, plastic boxes, carton boxes, carts and cobot solutions.
Nike wanted to improve efficiency in a Japanese warehouse, and its collaboration with mobile robot service provider Geek+ was so successful that it resulted in a new consulting offering.
FedEx’s Aaron Prather will review the opportunities for robotics in the logistics sector, including circumstances that lead to deployment failures.
Clearpath Robotics unit OTTO Motors cited Fortune 500 manufacturer Berry Global Group as an example of how its autonomous mobile robots can help companies worldwide improve productivity.
Three MiR200 autonomous mobile robots have improved intralogistics at Infinitus’ herbal supplement plant in Jiangmen, China.
Ingram Micro uses automated storage and retrieval systems, and in one facility, it has to move 40,000 SKUs for a fashion retailer. 6 River Systems’ Chuck is helping.
Five departments at Zealand University Hospital in Denmark receive daily deliveries from the hospital’s sterilization center via a MiR100 autonomous mobile robot.
Not only has automation helped Danish wholesaler ICM improve efficiency, but three MiR1000 mobile robots from Mobile Industrial Robots have also improved worker satisfaction.
Whirlpool is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of home appliances. It has approximately $21 billion in annual sales, 92,000 employees and 65 manufacturing and technology research centers. It recently implemented three MiR200 autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) from Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) for materials handling at its plant in Łódź, Poland. Challenge Whirlpool produces dryers […]
ACT Fulfillment is a California-based third-party logistics (3PL) provider. Founded in 1994, ACT’s warehousing space has grown from 15,000 square feet to 1.4 million square feet. ACT employs 600 people and services wholesale, retail and e-commerce fulfillment for major fashion brands. ACT also provides value added services for its customers. ACT’s Ryan Cox led the […]
Ford Spain recently acquired three MiR100 collaborative mobile robots to help reduce the time and human effort involved in moving materials in its Valencia factory.