Friday 26th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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FedEx unveils delivery robot

FedEx has unveiled a delivery robot, the SameDay Bot, which has been designed to enable retailers to make same-day and last mile deliveries to customers.

Hyster launches robotic forklift

Hyster Europe has unveiled a series of trucks using robotics technology that has been developed in collaboration with robotics specialist Balyo.

Vanderlande partners with Fizyr for robotics AI

Vanderlande is to develop artificial intelligence technology for its automated order picking, storage, unloading and palletising robotic solutions, as part of a strategic partnership with Fizyr.

Ford trials digital delivery system

Ford has formed a partnership with Gnewt by Menzies to trial a new digital delivery service that will co-ordinate multiple modes of transport.

Ryder creates three showcase warehouse sites

Ryder has created three showcase warehouse sites that deliver advanced automation including robotics, autonomous vehicles and drones; sensors and automatic identification tools; and wearable technology, like smart glasses and ring scanners.

Major Australian retailer choses WITRON

Major Australian retail company Coles has selected WITRON to deliver two automated ambient distribution centres in Queensland and New South Wales as parts of its supply chain modernisation program that will improve availability for more than 21 million of its customers while lowering costs.

Siemens opens robotised module factory

Siemens has opened a completely automated battery module factory in Trondheim, Norway with a robotised and digitised production line featuring eight robotic stations with a capacity of up to 300 MWh per year to cater to the worldwide demand for reliable battery solutions.