Cimcorp stands for Robotics Systems for Logistics Operations. Three core competencies are required to achieve excellence in this area: Robotics, Logistics and IT. Cimcorp uniquely combines the three and you cannot fully and fairly benchmark Cimcorp without considering them all. Among the many robot suppliers around the world Cimcorp, by focusing on logistics, has gained the leading position when it comes to automating supply chain operations. This is robotics which helps logistics operators improve throughput, reduce picking errors and damage, save space and improve control of the material flow. It involves technology for handling crates, cartons, retail packs, tires, paper reels etc. And the technology focuses not only on being able to handle and manipulate the goods – but on storing, picking, sorting and assembling customer orders at speed.
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