Rakuten using picking robots in Las Vegas warehouse

Rakuten using picking robots in Las Vegas warehouse

Rakuten Super Logistics (RSL) has deployed inVia’s autonomous warehouse robotics technology within its Nevada operations.

In a statement issued yesterday, inVia said that its picker robots and cloud-based Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) management system will help RSL “increase its e-commerce fulfillment and warehouse productivity by more than 300% as the solution scales with data collection and optimization”.

The initial pilot deployment was completed in RSL’s Las Vegas-based warehouse earlier this month.

“We’re excited to deploy our robots with Rakuten Super Logistics to support and increase warehouse productivity and provide an edge over competitors,” said Lior Elazary, founder and Chief Executive Officer of inVia Robotics. “inVia’s technology and accessible RaaS platform will help the company elevate its e-commerce solutions, streamline fulfillment and continue to scale its operations to meet a growing customer demand.”

 

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