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Swisslog is ushering in a new era of digital logistics leadership at CeMAT 2023, stand B12, at Sydney Olympic Park, July 25-27

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A softer touch with AutoPiQ

AutoStore – a grid-based automation solution for which Swisslog is the leading integrator globally – can be combined with Swisslog’s ItemPiQ robots to create an AutoPiQ solution, which will be displayed for the first time at Swisslog’s CeMAT stand.

Swisslog’s latest ItemPiQ robot cell is equipped with an intelligent vision system and multifunctional gripper to enable gripping of a wider product range. The cell is based on a human/robot shared picking principle – the robot picks the item it is able to pick, and the worker finishes the order.

The Swisslog stand will be live streaming an AutoPiQ set up, where visitors will have the opportunity to register to see the solution in person at Swisslog’s head office, just down the road from CeMAT.

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Watch Swisslog's live demonstration of CarryPick at stand B12

Live CarryPick demonstration

At Swisslog’s CeMAT stand, there will be a live demonstration of its CarryPick technology. CarryPick is a flexible and modular storage and order picking system designed for multi-channel intralogistics.

Automated mobile vehicles, developed by Swisslog and KUKA, navigate via a grid to deliver mobile racks to workstations for picking, thereby reducing the travel path for workers.

The workstations are safe and configurable to specific requirements. They also reduce the picking error rate thanks to pick-by-light and pick pointer. Users benefit from an intuitive workstation interface making it easy to use and ensuring smooth processes.

CeMAT visitors can stop by stand B12 any time to watch a demo CarryPick unit in action.

> Register to attend CeMAT here.

CeMAT thought leadership sessions

  • Swisslog experts will be providing their industry insights in speaking sessions at CeMAT, including:

    Dense storage split case picking. Swisslog Senior Consultant, Steve Dimitrovski, and SKUTOPIA co-founder, Talea Bader, look at how SKUTOPIA is using a Swisslog MFC solution to save space and maximise efficiency. Micro-Fulfillment Centres (MFCs) provide a high density and more sustainable solution than traditional warehousing alternatives.

    Swisslog has installed an AutoStore grid-based automation solution for e-commerce fulfillment specialist, SKUTOPIA, which began with 7,000 bins served by 16 robots, and is now upgrading the system to over 32,000 bins and 65 additional robots to meet growing demand. The SKUTOPIA AutoStore solution by Swisslog, is also the first globally to feature an integrated click and collect feature, allowing customers to collect their parcels at any time that suits them, day or night.

    > Join this session Tuesday July 25, 11:30am-12:00pm


  • Maximising your existing operational footprint.  Swisslog Senior Consultant, Charles John, and Sales Consultant, Richard Bercich, discuss how ROI can be greater when maximising the space in an existing warehouse, compared to purchasing a new site.

    For companies experiencing growth, it can be tempting to look at establishing an additional warehouse to cope with demand. But the capital expenditure and ongoing costs mean payback can take a long time. Instead, many e-commerce, retail, and industrial companies are looking at ways to maximise their existing operational footprint with intelligent and space-saving automation solutions, with a quick ROI.

    > Join this session Wednesday July 26, 2:05pm-2:30pm

A future-focused rebrand

This year, Swisslog undertook a rebrand to better reflect its position in the digital and dynamic world of the future.

“The new digital brand fits the direction of our business. Swisslog is becoming more digitalised, through the solutions we provide and in the way they are deployed and serviced,” said Antonio Trioschi, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Swisslog, “We are proud to be launching a fresh brand that drives this commitment across the logistics automation industry, representing Swisslog's core strategy of creating exceptional value for our customers.”

Under the new leadership of Swisslog Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), Dan Ulmamei, and recent appointment of Sean Ledbury, Head of Sales, Swisslog ANZ has undergone a customer-focused transformation, driven by their shared passion for customer-centricity and commitment to delivering exceptional service, which drew them both to the organisation.

“As part of our customer strategy, we have built a specialised local software and controls capability by having our teams work on-site and be available within close proximity to our customers. Our team is committed to delivering customer-centric services through reliability, engagement, and pro-active continuous improvement,” said Ulmamei.