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Cardinal Health facility featuring Swisslog automation now operational

Recently, we joined Cardinal Health and the Lt. Governor of Ohio in celebrating its at-Home Solutions distribution center in Grove City, Ohio. The company held a ribbon cutting ceremony showcasing the facility and the Swisslog robotic fulfillment solution and software at the center of its operation. 

Announced early last year, this is the first Cardinal Health distribution center to feature AutoStore, empowered by Swisslog. As the leading integrator of AutoStore, our automation experts worked closely with the Cardinal Health team to design a solution that will continue to put at-Home Solutions customers and the patients they serve at the center of their focus.

The solution has 31,844 storage bins providing 83,000 cubic feet of storage for 14,154 SKUs. The solution operates on synchronized intelligence from Swisslog’s SynQ software, which provides warehouse management, material flow and automation control system functionality in a single, modular platform that integrates seamlessly with host systems and other warehouse software. The software is engineered to be the heart and brain of automated warehousing and logistics systems, driving peak performance of the AutoStore solution. 

We congratulate Cardinal Health on this milestone and look forward to working with the company again as it continues to strengthen its supply chain to accommodates the needs of its customers.

For more information on Swisslog automation technologies and software, visit

Swisslog Americas 
Megan Wolf 

Phone: +1 757-820-3400 

About Swisslog

Swisslog delivers data-driven & robotic solutions for your logistics automation alongside reliable, modular service concepts. Collaborating with forward-thinking companies, we are committed to setting new standards in warehouse automation to provide future-proof products and solutions. As part of the KUKA Group, our customers trust the competence of our passionate employees – more than 15,000 people working across the globe. &