New generation of AMR robots help enhancing warehouse efficiency through Smart Logistics

e+Solutions, a subsidiary of UFL Group, has implemented intelligent and data-driven strategies in the field of e-commerce logistics. They have introduced 30 AMR (Autonomous Mobile Robot) smart logistics robots and an online inventory management system.

These AMR robots are capable of automatically handling order picking, thereby enhancing warehouse operational efficiency. This system upgrade enables warehouses to efficiently adapt to the growing demands of e-commerce orders, providing real-time data and information management to strengthen logistics collaboration.

With the comprehensive upgrade of AMR, e-commerce customers can fully enjoy the advantages of intelligent logistics, which also helps accelerate the expansion of online business for e-commerce enterprises.

Additionally, by utilizing big data to predict future trends and making more accurate inventory planning, they optimize operational processes. This development trend of intelligent logistics holds significant importance for the e-commerce industry, and in the future, there will be further introduction of AI technology to enhance supply chain efficiency and competitiveness.

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