To remain competitive in today’s market, warehouse managers and executives are searching for ways to improve efficiency and operations, while also cutting costs and boosting revenues. The solution to their problem is a simple one – warehouse automation.
The advancement of industrial technology has resulted in warehouse robotics systems capable of improving every facet of warehouse operations. From picking to assembly to cleaning, robotic warehouse systems have made warehouses more efficient, and therefore more profitable
Did you know that most NITCO warehouse automation customers are seeing a return on their investment in 18 months or less? Beyond cost savings, the benefits of warehouse automation are countless, but also include:
- Order Accuracy
- Increased Efficiency
- Close Labor Shortage
- Improved Job Satisfaction
By letting warehouse robots do the time-consuming, repetitive tasks, human employees can focus on the skilled, value-added work they were trained to do.
Find the right automated warehouse system for you – speak with a NITCO expert today.
Labor, Energy, Space – Solutions for All Areas of Warehouse Ops
At NITCO, we have strategic partnerships with the leading warehouse automation and robotics companies. This enables us to help you improve all aspects of your warehouse operations with specialized high-tech tools and systems for nearly every task.
At NITCO, we can connect you with solutions for the most common warehouse tasks:
- Pallet movers
- Pallet builders
- Floor cleaners
- Barcode scanners
- Inventory data
- Back-office functions
- And much more
NITCO Warehouse Partners
Balyo – leading-edge provider of robotic lift trucks for materials handling tasks such as pallet transport or storage solutions
Locus – builds what are known as picker robots, helping to automate one of the most time-consuming warehouse jobs
Universal – these robotics arms can fully mimic the human arm, making it a great solution for picking, placing or testing
JBT – automated guided vehicles (AGVs) from JBT aid in materials delivery and transport in warehouse and manufacturing settings
Minuteman RoboScrub – The Max Ride 20 RoboScrubber powered by BrainOS® represents the next generation of robotic floor care. Brain’s advanced vision-based A.I. system enables the robot to navigate complex, real-world environments. The machine is designed to work safely and efficiently alongside employees and can still be used manually for ad-hoc situations.
Fetch Robotics – Fetch Robotics is taking material handling to the next level with its “On Demand” philosophy by using AMR’s to handle the heavy loads. The Fetch Cloud Robotic platform allows customers to scale and control all operations with the click of a button. With no infrastructure changes required, the Fetch platform allows end users to control material flow, mitigate employee risk for injury, and increase the efficiency of their operation.
If you have any questions about warehouse robotics or would like to discuss what warehouse automation would look like for you, speak to one of our experts. We have helped warehouses of all shapes and sizes save time and money with automated warehouse systems.