GreyOrange, a multinational robotics company that designs, manufactures and deploys advanced robotics and automation systems at distribution and fulfilment centres, will showcase its next-generation Butler robots in Sydney at SMART Expo from 29 to 30 March 2017.
GreyOrange is recognised as one of the world’s Top 50 Robotics Companies by Robotics Business Review, and Top 10 for Industrial Robotics in warehouses. Headquartered in Singapore, the company’s Butler (goods-to-person inventory storage and picking and combining system) has been deployed in client sites across Asia-Pacific, helping them increase efficiency and improve last mile delivery in the burgeoning e-commerce, omnichannel retail and supply chain sectors. The Butler software adapts in real-time to changing inventory profiles and order fulfilment patterns, resulting in high productivity and accuracy.
Nalin Advani, CEO – APAC, GreyOrange said, “Our unique combination of hardware and software expertise – especially in AI and machine learning – makes a big difference in automating supply chain operations and warehousing. Recent studies by the Ecommerce Foundation valued the B2C e-commerce market at US$770 billion in the Asia-Pacific region, the fastest growing market expanding at an annual growth rate of 14 percent. We have the robotics technology to help clients modernise their logistics operations.
Most recently GreyOrange has secured orders in Hongkong and India for retail, and Japan with the Nitori Group, the largest furniture and home furnishing chain. In Europe we have been contracted for a client in the omnichannel space, and in South America for a leading home improvement and decoration retailer.”
GreyOrange will be exhibiting in SMART Expo, Australia’s premier exhibition for the supply chain and logistics industry, from 29 to 30 March 2017.