Element Logic integrates Addverb AMR solutions

Element Logic will integrate Addverb solutions for AMRs (autonomous mobile robots) into its existing portfolio alongside a software platform for fleet management. This is designed to enable customers to reduce operating costs and increase overall profits.

The partnership with Addverb opens up new possibilities for Element Logic to offer its customers highly flexible solutions for material handling as well as consolidation and sequencing buffers before and after the picking process from an AutoStore solution.

“By using AMRs, we can help our customers improve their internal processes, achieve greater efficiency and provide them with fast and reliable order processing,” says Hans-Jörg Braumüller, Group Design & Consulting Director, Element Logic.

Addverb: A unique logistic combination

Addverb offers a unique logistics combination of stationary and mobile automation and advanced business software. His expertise includes delivering end-to-end warehouse automation solutions based on Industry 4.0, IoT and robotics. Addverb has provided warehouse automation solutions for clients dealing with fast moving consumer goods such as Unilever, Flipkart, Amazon, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Dabur and others.

“We are very excited about this partnership with Element Logic and proud to be working with such a respected company in the industry, well known across Europe and the world,” said Pieter Feenstra, CEO of Addverb in EMEA.

“Our ability to serve market demand will grow exponentially, providing access to a complete solution combining AutoStore systems and mobile robots. We believe the strong portfolio, innovation prowess and depth of resources we bring together through this partnership will enable us to create even more value for our customers.”

High flexibility

AMRs are characterized by a high degree of flexibility in projects with different flows of goods. They are controlled by an intelligent fleet management system with integrated swarm technology and laser navigation in each AMR. In addition, AMRs also do not require fixed, predefined lines. Rather, they can determine their route during flight and, if they detect an obstacle, adjust their trajectory to avoid the object.

“After we searched the market intensively for a partner who could support Element Logic in international projects, we found a technologically established and reliable partner adverbsaid Håvard Hallås, Chief Commercial Officer, item logic.

“This is an important step in giving our customers an even stronger competitive advantage by expanding our end-to-end warehouse automation portfolio. We are excited and look forward to growing with Addverb and the opportunities the partnership will bring.”



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