3PL Automation Solutions
As businesses continue to grow, the demand for 3PL companies in various scenarios is also increasing. However, low warehouse storage density and the inefficiency of workers have become major obstacles to development.
In the current environment of labor shortages and rising rents, Hai Robotics presents ACR solutions that can help 3PL companies upgrade intelligently. By improving warehouse storage density, reducing dependence on human labor, and increasing cost-effectiveness and efficiency, these solutions provide an effective way forward for companies seeking to optimize their operations.
Automated 3PL Warehouse Solution: Key Highlights
Combined labor & rental savings of 50%
Increase inbound & outbound efficiency by
ROI 2-3 years
3PL Automation Solutions of Hai Robotics
Flexible Solutions for Various Business Scenarios
Increase Storage Density and Reduce Warehouse Rental Cost
Ergonomic, User-friendly Operation
High Picking Efficiency with an Accuracy Rate of Up to 99.99%
Easy to Deploy and Upgrade
SF-DHL Supply Chain
inbound efficiency Improved
With Hai Robotics' solution, the company transformed and improved overall operation efficiency, reduced labour costs, and optimized storage density.
SF DHL Supply Chain seeks digitalization solutions to improve operational efficiency in third-party logistics. Instead of relying on human labor, SF DHL chose HaiPick solutions to transform its Hong Kong and Shanghai warehouses, which is an exemplary showcase of a digitalized warehouse operation.
Hai Robotics together with Xinning Logistics built the first HaiPick SMT electronics supply warehouse project, aiming to solve SMT supply management issues the company had and realize an efficient and accurate feeding process to help Xinning Logistics achieve efficient production.
Hai Robotics realized that the importance of storage density to logistics warehouses will continue to increase and the team started the research of the double-deep ACR HaiPick A42D. The first project was launched in a top 3pl Hongkong warehouse and started operations in May with HaiPick A42D robots.