NEW DELHI: GreyOrange will showcase its portfolio of end-to-end solutions for supply chain automation at the 8th edition of India Warehousing Show on June 21-23 in Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. Among the solutions GreyOrange will showcase are the Butler robotics system that has been deployed globally, the Sorter and Pick-Put-to-Light (PPTL) systems suited for high volume sortation, and its software platform, GreyMatter.
The Butler goods-to-person system, deployed in Japan, India, Europe and the Americas, is used in distribution centres and omni-channel warehouses. The Butler range can handle a payload of 100 to 1,600kg to move different kinds of loads from finished goods to raw materials, including pallets, drums and sacks. It can use an elevator on its own and will support multi-floor operations, providing even greater flexibility to handle inventory across a facility.
In a few years, the advanced Linear Sorter from GreyOrange has been installed in over 50 sites serving the fast-growing e-commerce markets from India, Singapore to Indonesia. It handles high-speed sortation for parcels in all shapes and sizes, including consumer goods, e-commerce and apparel.
Vivekanand, Country Manager, India & SAARC, GreyOrange, said: “GreyOrange solutions have been widely adopted by a variety of users and we are excited to share the many use cases applicable for different industries.”
In the global logistics and warehouse automation market for robots, significant growth is expected in the years 2018 to 2022, with a CAGR of more than 11 percent. India too has seen unprecedented growth as innovation in supply chain optimisation will be the key differentiator for businesses to stay competitive.
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