Sally Miller, DHL Supply Chain’s chief information officer for North America, spoke to The Robot Report about the types of robots the company uses.
The AMRs are being installed at a Chino, Calif.-based warehouse to improve productivity, order pick accuracy, and workplace safety.
Locus Robotics said its LocusBot autonomous mobile robots will surpass a quarter-billion picks before Black Friday 2020 as holiday spending moves online.
Locus Robotics has partnered with Balloon One and Körber to extend its autonomous mobile robot and software offerings through the U.K.
Locus Robotics partners with integrator Cohesio Group to brings it LocusBots AMRs to retail and 3PL customers in the Australia and New Zealand region.
Locus Robotics, a developer of autonomous mobile robots, closed a $40M Series D round to expedite the opening of its European headquarters in Amsterdam.
Körber Supply Chain said it brings unique depth and breadth of expertise in technologies such as autonomous mobile robots to simplify supply chain complexity.
Locus Robotics’ Rapid Assessment & Design Service enables 3PL, retail, industrial and healthcare companies to quickly evaluate the benefits of deploying autonomous mobile robots.
DHL Supply Chain is one of the early adopters of autonomous mobile robots. It announced in 2018 a multi-year plan to invest $300 million in emerging technologies across its North American operations.
Locus Robotics, a 2019 RBR50 company and leading developer of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for fulfillment warehouses, has partnered with supply chain solutions provider HighJump. The companies will work together to facilitate the development of integration tools to better deploy Locus Robotics’ AMRs at shared retail and third-party logistics (3PL) customer sites. The partnership also […]