Maersk seem Berkshire Gray’s state-of-the-art robotic shuttle system placed on the wall at its new UK warehouse in the East Midlands. This automated solution powered by artificial intelligence It will automate, optimize and accelerate warehouse operations at its 63,638 square meter facility.
through this system, Orders are sorted three times faster Compared to traditional manual systems, Batch inventory picking has been improved upstream by up to 33% and Handles 100% of the typical configurations of SKUs (SKU), request and packet profiles. This will allow Increasing the competitiveness of offering compliance services for the company as well Flexibility and resilience of supply chains of your customers.
Fergus Wenham, Head of Fulfilled by Maersk UK & Ireland Product Areanotes: “Berkshire Gray’s AI-powered robotics solutions have a proven track record across various industries in North America, and we’re excited to leverage these benefits for our customers now in the UK. This cutting-edge, agile system reflects our commitment to streamlining processes and better serving our customers in rapidly changing markets.” .
the shop It will start operations in October 2023. The new system can be implemented with minimal disruption to the existing warehouse infrastructure and It will work before the peak season begins. part of the ship SEGRO Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway that offer The UK’s only free inland portas well as the rail freight exchange that saves you Direct rail links to the ports of Felixstowe, London Gateway and Southampton.
The company offers to its customers Integrated logistics solutions in 473 warehouses with a total capacity More than 7.5 million square meters on all continents (As of March 31, 2023). It is planned that different warehouses In addition to connecting to the Internet in all parts of Europe 2023 and 2024.
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