GreyOrange appoints 10 new partners in Asia, Europe and the Americas

The newly appointed partners will sale company's new goods-to-person robotics solutions for 3rd party logistics and e-commerce, said GreyOrange.

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Robotics and supply chain automation company has added 10 new partners for their new automation projects in Asia, Europe and the Americas. The partners will manage latter sales and customer support for the installation of GreyOrange robotics technologies in their respective regions. The partners include SPAN Group in UAE, Lodamaster in Turkey, Advanced Warehouse Solutions in Australia and Taipei Trading Co., Ltd. in Taiwan. In Korea, JSR International is a third party logistics company dedicated to the e-commerce market and AGVeK specializes in autonomous vehicles.

Company said that in 2018 it will step up its deployment in Japan and the Americas with its AI-enabled robotics technology. The robotics firm has two key products – Butler goods-to-person system – which handles automated inventory storage (putaway) and picking using self-navigating robots and its Artificial Intelligence (AI), GreyMatter, operates at several levels to drive autonomous collaboration among the devices to automate warehouse functions and processes.

GreyOrange informed that its partner in Japan, GROUND Inc. has introduced Butler robotics technology to three industry leaders, to increase productivity in their warehouse operations handling retail, e-commerce and electronics.

“Our 10 Partners are located in countries where Logistics and e-commerce are poised for exceptional growth in the next years. These Partners are key levers of our global growth strategy and we will work very closely with them to achieve Business Transformation for our customers across the globe. From solution detailing to implementation and collaboration on specific projects, we are fully committed to provide our Partners with business, technical, sales and marketing resources to enable them to grow their business locally and better support our customers,” said Ashish Bindal, Lead for Global Partnerships, GreyOrange.

In Chile, GreyOrange collaborates with consulting company Synqos on the installation and maintenance of goods-to-person solutions with leading retail and e-commerce players in the Americas.

In India, its partner Godrej Storage Solutions was appointed in 2016 as the exclusive distributor for the proprietary Pick-Put-To-Light (PPTL) system, a modular light-based guiding system. GreyOrange has traditionally worked directly with many of the leading players for 3rd party logistics and e-commerce in India such as FlipKart, Pepperfry, Aramex, Delhivery, DTDC and Mahindra.

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