AMR provider and IntraLogisteX exhibitor Geek+ has partnered with logistics provider PANGQI Technology to work on a large scale project with LED manufacturing provider Unilumin, in Daya Bay, Huizhou, China.
The three companies will jointly create the LED industry’s first fully automated smart factory where the entire logistics process, from raw material receiving, quality inspection, warehousing, discharging, production, to finished product warehousing and distribution will be powered by Geek+’s autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).
The project involves four types of AMRs: P800, a goods-to-person picking robot, which is used for raw material storage and in-store picking; RS5, a tote-to-person picking robot, which is used for bin storage and in-store picking; MP1000R, a moving robot, is responsible for inbound and outbound flows and empty container recovery; and four-way shuttles are used for finished product storage.
Pan Xixiang, Deputy Director of Automation of Guangdong Unilumin Energy Saving Technology Co., Ltd. , said: “Unilumin has always focused on technology and design and strives to be the leader in the LED industry. This time we have partnered with industry leaders Geek+ and PANGQI to create a whole-process flexible logistics system in the second phase of our factory in Daya Bay, Huizhou.