CasePick Systems Emerges From Stealth Mode as Symbotic

Symbotic offers solutions for Intelligent Supply Network Automation

Symbotic (formerly CasePick Systems) today announced its new name and website www.symbotic.com as part of the company's re-launch, which is backed by a broader vision to provide innovative automation technology for customers to substantially lower operating costs by increasing storage capacity, handling throughput rate and volume.


"Symbotic is delivering the most disruptive robotic material handling solution developed specifically for the supply network," said Jim Baum, CEO of Symbotic. "Symbotic has spent the last four years developing a completely new approach to storing and handling of packaged goods that enables the distribution network to fundamentally operate more efficiently and at lower costs."

Manufacturers, retailers and distributors are facing changes and challenges in such areas as environmental sustainability and high capital for their warehouses. The Symbotic solution offers higher storage density, automated material handling, flexible integration, and simplified operations - all at a much lower cost.
Other automated storage or warehouse solutions on the market today lack space efficiency, are highly complex, have high capital cost, and are difficult to deploy into existing infrastructure.

The Symbotic solution is a compelling alternative to traditional material handling systems. Symbotic's innovative approach to storage and retrieval uses a highly parallel network of fast autonomous robots operating in a high density storage rack system. The solution can be easily configured to meet the customer's requirements for individual cases, automatically build pallets and store-friendly shipments.

About Symbotic
Symbotic is changing the way companies handle, store and distribute product using disruptive and innovative technology. Symbotic uses a flexible and modular framework, autonomous robots and an integrated and intelligent software system to provide solutions that reduce costs, simplify operations, and increase storage density, all in a customer's existing supply network infrastructure. The result is an automated materials handling and storage solution that is fast and affordable to set up, inexpensive to operate and flexible to change.

Symbotic is headquartered in Wilmington, Massachusetts. For more information about Symbotic and its supply network solutions, please visit www.symbotic.com.

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