Locus Robotics says it has picked over 100 million units
Company says its warehouse robots have now picked more than 100 million items
Autonomous robot manufacturer Locus Robotics (www.locusrobotics.com) has announced they have their systems have picked more than 100 million units in warehouses and fulfilment centres. Locus believes that they are the first company to reach this mark in the warehouse AMR industry's history.
The record-breaking 100 millionth pick took place at the DHL Supply Chain fulfilment facility in Hanover, PA, at 5:38 AM ET on Tuesday, February 4th.
Customers for Locus Robotics so far include DHL, GEODIS, Port Logistics, Verst Logistics, SANDOW, Marleylilly, and Radial.
"We are excited to have reached this significant milestone – one that showcases the tremendous impact that our revolutionary, multi-bot fulfillment solution is having on productivity and throughput for our customers worldwide," said Rick Faulk, CEO, Locus Robotics. "This marks a significant moment in the industry. We continue to see tremendous year on year growth, and we look forward to continuing this momentum in 2020 and beyond."
"LocusBots have been a great addition to our family," said Eric Stipp, General Manager, DHL Hanover. "They're not only helpful in sharing the workload and ensuring that the team is exceeding pick numbers, but they're also fun to work with."