Shock and Yaw: How Material Handling Robotics Can Drive Supply Chain Resiliency

From pandemic lockdowns and foreign invasions, to shortages in baby formula and computer chips, major supply chain disruptions are a new reality in modern supply chains.

The problem:

  • 345% increase in U.S. container freight rate since 2019
  • 30-year low in U.S. inventory levels
  • 88% of global shippers plan to diversify their suppliers

Supply chain disruptions and shocks are the new normal. Automation can help you to quickly adapt to changing operations and give you the visibility, control, and flexibility you need to keep goods flowing with every supply chain challenge that is thrown your way.

…teams made of humans and robots collaborating efficiently can be more productive than teams made of either humans or robots alone with reduced human idle time by 85 percent.

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