Following the implementation of fully automated and data-driven intralogistics system, the company has benefited with double production, storage capacity and reduced labour costs
Join Swisslog’s Alessandro Benzoni, as he presents case studies from Salon Hagel and Competec Brack
Swisslog is participating in GITEX Technology Week 2019 in collaboration with Etisalat
Leader in robotics, data-driven automated solutions will showcase its latest robot-based solution ItemPiQ
The system has three major core attributes: sustainability, plug & play capability, and reliability
Swisslog automation solutions enable UAE-based Axiom Telecom to reduce total cost ownership, fulfil a greater number of deliveries and adapt to seasonal peaks
Swisslog to participate in 2019 edition of Materials Handling Middle East
The robotic, data-driven and flexible automated solutions provider released the report ahead of Materials Handling Middle East, the region’s dedicated trade show for warehousing, intralogistics and supply chain solutions.
ItemPiQ’s unique gripper can pick up to 1,000 items per hour and allows picking of a wide range of products of different shapes and sizes
On top of robotics, Swisslog forecasts that digital transformation will majorly disrupt industry streams such as inventory management, cargo loading, order picking, and real-time monitoring of stocks.
According to Alain Kaddoum, general manager, Swisslog Middle East, four trends are having a marked impact on the back-end operations of retailers and their logistics partners.
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