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Relaunch of Massachusetts-Based CasePick Systems

CasePick Systems, headquartered in Wilmington, Massachusetts, has re-launched the company with a new name, Symbotic. The company’s aim is to offer novel automation technology that significantly decreases operating costs by managing throughput volume and enhancing storage capacity.

For the past four years, Symbotic has been working on a new solution to store and handle packaged goods, particularly for the distribution network. The company is currently providing affordable and highly efficient robotic material handling solution. The benefits offered by the solution are simplified operations, flexible integration, automated material handling and higher storage density. All these benefits are offered at lower cost.

Other automated storage solutions that are currently available in the market have several disadvantages, including difficulty in deployment, high capital cost, highly complex and lack of space efficiency. Thus, Symbotic’s automation technology helps distributors, retailers and manufacturers to face challenges like high capital cost and environmental sustainability.

The innovative automated materials handling and storage solution from Symbotic employs a network of autonomous robots that operate in high density storage rack system. Other main advantage of the solution is that it can be configured easily based on the requirements of customers. Thus, the Symbotic robotic solution is an ideal substitute for traditional material handling solutions.

As a part of the re-launch process, the company has released a new website.



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