Robotics and warehouse automation company GreyOrange, launched a modular sortation system, designed for modern distribution and logistics centers serving retail, and courier and express companies. The Flexo robotics system was demonstrated to customers and visitors in Stuttgart at the 17th edition of LogiMAT, an international trade fair for intralogistics solutions.
Designed for versatility, portability and sortation efficiency, the GreyOrange Flexo modular sortation system fits in most warehouses thanks to its fluidic layouts, requiring minimal additional infrastructure.. The AI-enabled robotics system can be scaled to meet evolving business needs to handle large peaks, and reduced during non-peak hours. Flexo components are designed to allow for implementation in as short as 15 days due to its simple design, modularity and standardisation.
Its plug-and-play modular components, can be added at any time without incurring downtime. Designed with no single point of failure, Flexo can handle up to 12,000 parcels per hour sorting up to hundreds of destinations; including common post and courier items up to 15 kgs (33 pounds).
For more information, visit GreyOrange website.