Supply chains in today’s world are continually under pressure for higher performance and lower costs. Companies around the world are turning towards technology to improve operational efficiencies in their warehouses, fulfillment and distribution centers. Robotics automation is transforming the way logistics and supply chain processes across the world are being optimized.
GreyOrange is a multinational firm that designs, manufactures and deploys advanced robotics systems for automation at warehouses, distribution and fulfillment centers. With deep domain expertise, world-class hardware and software engineering and the passion to solve complex business problems, the company is disrupting the way logistics and supply chain processes across the world are being optimized. Founded in 2011, GreyOrange is headquartered in Singapore with offices in India, Hong Kong, Japan, Germany and UAE, and a state-of-the-art Research and Development center in Gurgaon, India.
GreyOrange: Reliable, Scalable, and High-Performance
GreyOrange combine expertise in robotics, hardware, and software engineering to solve operational inefficiencies in warehouse operations at both third-party logistics vendors as well as companies with in-house logistics functions. The company’s key clients include major e-commerce players such as Flipkart, PepperFry, Jabong, Myntra logistics companies such as Kerry Logistics, Aramex, DTDC, Delivery, Gojavas, Loggi, Nitori and Ninja Van.
A Quick Glance At The Products Of Greyorange
Reducing order fulfillment and inventory replenishment time in warehouses is imperative for businesses today to gain a competitive advantage. The GreyOrange Butler is an advanced robotic goods-to-person technology for automated inventory storage (putaway) and replenishment, picking and combining orders in fulfillment and distribution centers. The system seamlessly adapts to changing inventory profiles, demand patterns and peaks. Modular system architecture ensures bi-directional scalability to increase storage volume or fulfillment throughput independently, by adding more storage racks or robots, as needed.
The GreyOrange Linear Sorter is built on the backbone of tried and tested pneumatic arms technology with next-generation of IoT sensors and advanced software, offering unmatched throughputs, package-handling capability, and reliability. It routes packages based on industry, defined sortation logics such as destination, volume, weight or any other custom logic based on your business dynamics. The system is completely modular and scalable and comes in three standard sorting configurations of 1500, 3000 or 6000 packets per hour with up to 500 end-destinations.
Pick-Put-to-Light (PPTL) system is GreyOrange’s proprietary technology that improves operators productivity and boosts accuracy. The directed picking, putaway, and sorting processes help operator minimize errors, speed up the cycle and improve order processing accuracy while improving overall productivity. The modular architecture enables the addition of more locations, SKU types or number of units dynamically, as the business grows.
GreyOrange Profiler is a high-speed dynamic packet profiling system designed to capture volumetric and dead weight, along with dimensions of the packet in real-time. The technology can be leveraged across logistics, e-commerce, retailers, consumer packaged goods and automotive industries to automate dimensioning and weighing process while achieving throughput of up to 3000 packets/hour.
Meet the Architect
Samay Kohli, Global CEO: The extraordinary growth pace of GreyOrange speaks volumes of Samay’s contribution as a leader. His aim is to acquire one of the largest market shares in the automation industry globally. Samay’s passion for Robotics started about a decade ago. He was part of the team that created one of India’s first indigenous humanoid robots – AcYut. Samay, along with Akash Gupta, has participated in robotics competitions across 13 countries; winning the Gold medal at the ROBOlympics in 2009. An alumnus of BITS (Pilani), India, Samay has been a keynote speaker at several prominent technology conferences around the world, and has been featured in many publications including Forbes Asia, Economic Times, The Fortune and has made his way to MIT Technology Review’s global list of “35 Innovators under 35”.
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