Berkshire Grey, a developer of AI-enabled robotic solutions that automate supply-chain processes, is partnering with Advanced Handling Systems (AHS), a system integrator of fulfilment and distribution solutions within the supply chain, to deliver next-generation warehouse robotics to leading e-commerce and third-party logistics (3PL) providers.
“Berkshire Grey’s Intelligent Enterprise robotic solutions set the industry standard – they have the most robust robotics portfolio, handling the broadest range of SKUs,” said Drew Eubank, senior director of engineering at AHS.
“AHS brings a 40-year customer portfolio that spans Fortune 100 brands to emerging e-commerce leaders and they know that robotic automation is core to their supply-chain strategy if they’re going to remain competitive.
“That’s why we’re partnering with Berkshire Grey – to accelerate the integration of next-generation robotic solutions into our customers’ warehouses and facilities.”
Berkshire Grey’s AI-powered robotic solutions are designed to improve fulfilment across e-commerce and 3PL industries by tripling fulfilment throughput. Through this partnership, AHS aims to help companies streamline processes, improve employee productivity, and deliver flexible solutions that scale.
“Only 5% of companies currently have any level of robotic automation in their warehouses and are at risk of losing market share because they can’t keep up with demand – we can help fix that,” said James Hendrickson, director of strategic partnerships and global alliances at Berkshire Grey.
“Partnering with AHS allows us to deliver a comprehensive robotic automation portfolio, accelerate the adoption of AI and robotics and enable warehouse supply chains across industries to scale and grow.”