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GRS provided its RaaS solution to China Post, delivering a sorting capacity of 240,000 parcels per day and reducing labor by 70 percent. The robots sort directly to each courier and use considerably less power than fixed cross belt conveyors, allowing China Post to cut costs and increase efficiency.
At the 2021 “Double 11” shopping festival, GRS’RaaS solutions enabled Uniqlo’s ecommerce center to sort over 400,000 parcels per day and fulfill outbound parcels 63 percent faster than the old model while reducing labor by 75 percent.
Deployed specialized shoe boxes sorting and automated packing technologies, allowing the client to sort 3,000 parcels per hour within a 100 sqm radius with an accuracy rate of 99.99% while reducing labor by 60 percent.
Orlando, FL February 10, 2022 — Tompkins Robotics, a global leader in the robotic automation of distribution and fulfillment operations, has partnered with Global Robotics Services (GRS), a GLP backed platform that provides financial backing for collaborative robots as a service (RaaS) solutions.
Hongming Chen, CEO of GRS (Global Robotics Services), spoke with Michelle Mooney in this month's edition of Logistics Manager about the rise in robotic automation in warehouses, as well as correcting a common myth about the costs of robot use.