The COVID-19 pandemic changed our world overnight. Buying behaviors that were predicted to become the norm by 2026 are suddenly a reality. FORBES reported that COVID-19 has accelerated ecommerce growth by four to six years and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Prior to COVID-19, ecommerce and B2B fulfillment operators were increasingly turning to Collaborative Mobile Robots (CMRs) to gain operational flexibility and maintain growth. Early efforts to meet the unexpected demand have included retooling warehouses to handle the increase in each picking and launching or expanding fulfill-from-store initiatives.
Now, more than ever, supply chain leaders know that fulfillment is the key to differentiation, and in some cases, survival. Because of this new reality, CMR providers expect to see a surge in demand as operators implement new strategies to provide cost effective fulfillment services in an uncertain labor market.
Based on interviews with more than 25 supply chain leaders worldwide who were early adopters of CMR solutions, this report provides insights on how to transform fulfillment operations, yield a multi-million dollar net present value and deliver a fast return on investment.
Download the report to discover how collaborative mobile robots helped more than 25 supply chain leaders to:
- Increase labor productivity
- Improve operational flexibility to meet increased demand
- Realize a multi-million dollar net present value
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