Körber and Geek+, have announced and are celebrating their strategic partnership’s third anniversary as Körber continues its journey to provide businesses worldwide with efficient, scalable, and sustainable end-to-end logistics solutions.
With more than 30 implementations in eight regions and thousands of bots successfully deployed, Körber and Geek+ continue to revolutionise warehouse operations through an extensive portfolio of Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) solutions.
Through this partnership, customers have seen more than 100 per cent in productivity gains, accuracy improvements of up to 99.99 per cent and a reduction in walking distances of up to 82 per cent across the warehouse.
“Particularly in the growing e-commerce segment, robotics continues to be a true gamechanger for the logistics landscape to introduce greener, safer and more ergonomic operations,” says John Santagate, Vice President Robotics at Körber Business Area Supply Chain.
“We look forward to continuing our partnership with one of the leading global AMR providers, helping companies worldwide optimise their operational success and conquer their supply chain complexities.”
Customers throughout Europe, America and Asia Pacific are currently advancing their supply chain operations with flexible automation solutions from Körber and Geek+, relying on the combined expertise of a global leader in AMR technology and Körber’s broad capabilities in end-to-end consulting, conceptualisation, integration, and support.
“The supply chain has undergone tremendous changes in recent years, with an ever-increasing demand for efficiency and productivity while continually requiring more sustainable practices,” says Lit Fung, VP and Managing Director, Overseas Business at Geek+.
“We need innovative solutions to answer new challenges to be cost-efficient and competitive while also sustainable. Driven by huge developments in AI and machine learning, robots can help by addressing these challenges.”
In Australia, Körber and Geek+ have collaborated with leading Australian retailers such as Officeworks.
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