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GreyOrange Closes $110M in Funding for Global Growth of Automated Fulfillment
May 18, 2022
GreyOrange plans to use its latest capital to grow its engineering and customer-service staff, expanding global installations of its robots and software as a service.
GreyOrange and Sistemo Expand Partnership in Latin America
April 1, 2022
GreyOrange is expanding its partnership with consulting and implementation firm Sistemo to reach more of Latin America.
10 Companies Riding the Mobile Robot Wave
March 26, 2022
Autonomous mobile robots, or AMRs, are fast becoming more common in warehouses and manufacturing facilitates. Here is a look at some of the most interesting players in the space.
HAI Robotics Will Exhibit Autonomous-Case Handling Robots at MODEX 2022
March 24, 2022
HAI Robotics plans to show its HAIPICK robots and HAIPORT-powered workstations at MODEX 2022.
Robotics’ Second Wave Relies on Software and Integration
November 14, 2021
As mobile robots and AI-driven picking systems spread through warehouses, suppliers and users are paying more attention to software, integration, and interoperability as differentiators.
Webcast: Advances in Goods-to-Person Automation
July 22, 2021 at 2:00 EST
Panelists in this webinar examined different aspects of goods-to-person automation and how to get the most out of warehouse robots and software.
Top 10 Robotics Transactions of May 2021
June 5, 2021
Robotics transactions in May 2021 slowed from the previous month, but companies supplying autonomous trucks, software and sensors, and systems for new applications raised millions of dollars.
Tompkins Robotics, GreyOrange Partner for ‘Zero Walk’ Automated Fulfillment
April 13, 2021
The combination of Tompkins' tSort and GreyOrange's Ranger is intended to eliminate walking by human pickers and increase e-commerce order fulfillment.
GreyOrange receives first-ever certification for robots in commercial and industrial environments
July 31, 2020
Ranger GTP is a goods-to-person autonomous mobile robot that can transport inventory from 220 to 3,500 pounds to workers for picking and packing, while working in collaborative performance with other robots and...
Robotics Gain Ground Inside the Warehouse
April 24, 2020
While the labor crunch and the ability of AMRs to offload manual travel are central to their success, there are other benefits to robotics in addition to reducing labor requirements.
UST Global announces partnership with GreyOrange
February 4, 2020
Partnership will implement the GreyOrange Fulfillment Operating System for clients across retail and logistics industries
GreyOrange partners with eight supply chain industry leaders in the United States
August 22, 2019
Partnerships follow enhanced U.S. presence with the opening of a research and development lab in Boston and the buildout of U.S. headquarters in Atlanta.
ProMat C-Suite Interview: Christopher Barber, CEO of North America at GreyOrange
April 29, 2019
Unlike fixed automation, robots scale easily and layouts can be modified as needs change.
XPO Logistics to Deploy 5,000 Collaborative Warehouse Robots in North America and Europe
October 7, 2018
XPO Logistics will buy 5,000 warehouse robots from a Singapore startup backed by billionaire Peter Thiel as part of a deal that makes XPO the only logistics provider to use the...
GreyOrange closes $140 million Series C
September 6, 2018
Marks the biggest fundraising in industrial automation systems