Global provider of robotic solutions Geek+ has automated a new warehouse in Taiwan for logistics company Kerry TJ Logistics.
The warehouse is Kerry TJ Logistics’ first AMR-powered logistics centre. Deployment of the solution took three months from planning to finish.
Geek+ claims that its ‘goods-to-person picking robots not only increase storage capacity, but also improve picking efficiency and accuracy thanks to streamlined operations’. These autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) can reduce the necessary staff in the overall picking and putaway process by 30%.
Kerry TJ Logistics will take advantage of this solution to handle e-commerce orders for a global apparel brand. It will ‘handle a massive volume of orders and stock keeping units (SKUs) and unpredictable sales fluctuations while satisfying the fast delivery requirements for its e-commerce and retail businesses’.
Billy Siu, sales director of Taiwan and Hong Kong at Geek+, said: “We are delighted to work with Kerry TJ Logistics and help them revolutionise their supply chain operations.
“The quick deployment showcases the advantages of our ready-to-use robots and the benefits of robotics-powered intelligent logistics.
“Geek+ technology is enabling Kerry TJ Logistics to meet the growing demands of its customers and stay ahead of the competition.”
Geek+ (Stand i602) will be at the co-located Robotics and Automation and IntraLogisteX on 28-29 March 2023 at the NEC Birmingham. For more information, visit www.intralogistex.co.uk or www.roboticsandautomation.co.uk