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DHL Supply Chain surpasses 500 million ‘picks’ thanks to robotics

DHL Supply Chain surpasses 500 million ‘picks’ thanks to robotics
DHL Supply Chain surpasses 500 million ‘picks’ thanks to robotics

DHL relies on robotics to improve its operations improve productivity and operational efficiency. The German multinational has highlighted through Roberto Gamero, IT director for Iberia, the latest “milestone” achieved: “We have surpassed 500 million picks thanks to the innovative collaborative robots from Locus Robotics.” This progress, achieved at the Ontígola logistics centre (Toledo), assures the spokesperson through a publication on LinkedIn, demonstrates the organisation’s commitment to operational excellence and staff safety.

DHL’s Supply Chain division implemented autonomous mobile robot (AMR) technology in its distribution centers years ago. A solution developed by Locus Robotics that incorporates automated, intelligent and powerful AI-powered robots that work in collaboration with human workerswhich dramatically improves productivity and reduces labor requirements compared to traditional fulfillment systems. Generally speaking, this is a Technology that helps solve challenges facing companies in multiple industries, including the labor shortages, inefficient processes and the need to meet performance demands increasingly larger.

Since then, Gamero says, “robots have proven to be a valuable tool, improving productivity and ergonomics for our employees and increasing the efficiency of our operations worldwide.” In this regard, the IT manager insists, “As part of our Accelerated Digitalization strategy, we will continue to implement automated solutions at scale.”

 
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