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Warehouse Automation Market By Technology (AGV/AMR, ASRS, Conveyors, Sortation, Order Picking, AIDC, Palletizing, Overhead Systems and WMS/WES/WCS), By Industry (E-commerce, Grocery, Apparel, Food & Beverage, Pharma), By Geography - Forecast to 2025

  • ID: 5024116
  • Report
  • May 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 303 Pages
  • The Logistics IQ
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Warehouse Automation Market Will Grow More Than 2X from $13 Billion in 2018 to $27 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 11.7% Between 2019 and 2025


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Warehouse Automation Market – Opportunity worth $27B by 2025
Warehouse automation market will grow more than 2x from $13 Billion in 2018 to $27 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 11.7% between 2019 and 2025. The growth of this market can be attributed to the growth in the e-commerce industry, emerging multichannel distribution channels, globalization of supply chain networks, increased adoption of micro-fulfilment centers, the emergence of autonomous mobile robots and rising need for same day delivery. The boom in e-commerce is compounding the major labor challenges faced by the $5trn global logistics industry. Not only are shipment volumes growing rapidly, but online retail also typically requires more logistical work per item than brick & mortar retail. Indeed, online purchases require individual picking packing and shipping, as opposed to the bulk transportation models of traditional brick & mortar retail.

Facts to Know

  • Global e-Commerce sales have grown at a CAGR of 20% over the last decade, reaching ~$3 trillion worldwide in 2018, and expected to grow to ~$7 trillion by 2025. The share of online retail sales has gone from ~2% of total to ~12%, and is further expected to reach ~23% by 2025.
  • Existing fully automated systems can reduce warehouse related labour costs by up to 65% and logistics-related spatial use by up to 60% at the same time as it increases the maximum output capacity.The adoption of technology is by no means uniform. While one-hour delivery is available when buying online in some parts of the U.S. and Europe, the average promised delivery time in Brazil is nine days. While e-Commerce penetration is 87% in the U.K., it is only 18% in Romania.
  • Amazon Robotics automates the company’s fulfillment centers using more than 100,000 autonomous mobile robots, up more than 300% from 30,000 at the end of 2015.
  • Warehouse labour shortages are also an issue with peak labour demands occurring around major shopping holidays viz. Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas, Amazon Prime day and Singles Day. Warehouses have to hire temporary labour around these peak times to meet the customer delivery schedules. Supply chain robotics company Cainiao has installed 700 robots at China’s largest robot-run warehouse to process orders on Singles Day.

Key Highlights

  • Warehouse automation equipment suppliers and industry consultants expect broadly double-digit growth in sales driven by demographic changes, increased penetration in e-commerce and the advent of the IIoT, that will drive demand for data analytics and automated operations.  
  • Competitive landscape - There are 10 large and 10-20 medium-size companies operating in the material handling equipment space capable of delivering comprehensive automated warehouse solutions. Approximately seven of these companies can deliver equipment to fit all mechanised and automated tasks required in the order fulfillment process.  
  • Execution track record is key - The industry has a business model favouring long term relationships between equipment providers and their clients where reputation for execution excellence is essential to winning new contracts.  
  • Service model importance increasing - Over the time as the installed base of automated warehouse solutions grows, industry players expect an increase in revenues from services and maintenance, which would have a positive impact on profitability as the service business typically has 15-20% operating margins, versus 3-5% margins for new equipment.  
  • Consolidation - The past 3-4 years have seen an increase in consolidation amongst material handling equipment providers as traditional players see acquisition of technology leaders as an increasingly attractive way of positioning themselves in response to changing market trends.  On-cloud deployment of WMS to witness high growth during forecast period

Warehouse Automation market for South-East Asia is an attractive opportunity after US, Europe and China

Among all regions, US has been the key region to target having more than $4B market size in 2019 followed by Europe. It is expected that next wave of opportunity is going to be originated from South East Asia which is the key market in APAC after China, Japan and South Korea. This group of 10 countries is leading the adoption of robotics automation to match the GDP growth of around 5%.

AGVs, AMRs, ASRS and picking robots to lead the warehouse automation market in 2025

AGV/AMR market is expected to cross $4B mark by 2025 and AMR (without any external support of optical tape, sensor or vision) is going to be main contributor in retail warehouses due to high demand in e-commerce sector and its flexibility to deploy the robot without any major change in the existing warehouse infrastructure. However, it is a bit slow in terms of pick rate per hour as compared to ASRS but is preferred in small and medium warehouses due to lower cost and quick deployment. It is expected that AGVs/AMRs are going to have more than 15% market share in overall warehouse automation market led by AMR players like Geek+, Grey Orange, HikRobot, Locus Robotics, Fetch Robotics, Shopify (6 River Systems), Teradyne, Quicktron, Scallog etc.

Grocery is going to be second biggest opportunity after E-commerce worth $4B+ by 2025

The grocery industry is one of the most challenging industries from a logistics perspective.  Grocery distributors ship high cubic volumes of merchandise to retail stores with frequent deliveries to ensure product freshness.  Grocery distribution center operations are amongst the most labor intensive of any industry. Higher automation driven by online grocery, micro-fulfillment centers and COVID-19 is going to be the biggest opportunity in next 2-3 years led by cube ASRS, Delivery Robots and Micro-Fulfillment players as AutoStore, Takeoff Technologies, Fabric, Dematic, Nuro and Starship.

Key Questions to be answered through this report

  • What are the major trends and drivers impacting the Warehouse Automation Market?
  • What is the revenue outlook (TAM) for Warehouse Automation Market till 2025 by segments such as End-user Industries, Regions, and Technologies?
  • What are the key investments and M&A in Warehouse Automation space?
  • Who are the major participants across Warehouse Automation Ecosystem and by key segments?
  • What are the competitive dynamics of Warehouse Automation Market and how each player is positioned in the respective segment?
  • What are the strategic imperative and calls to action that will define growth and success within Warehouse Automation for next 5 years?
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1 Warehouse Automation
1.1 Anatomy of warehouse operations
1.2 Automation lowers operating costs and is critical to achieving market success

2 Warehouse Automation Technology Breakdown
2.1 Warehouse Management System (WMS), Warehouse Execution Systems (WES) and Warehouse control systems (WCS)
2.1.1 Warehouse Management System (WMS)
2.1.2 Warehouse Control System (WCS)
2.1.3 Warehouse Execution System (WES)
2.2 Automatic Identification and Data Capture
2.3 Conveyors, Sorting and Overhead Systems
2.4 Autonomous Guided Vehicles (AGVs) and Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs)
2.5 Automated Storage and Retrieval System (AS/RS) or Pallet Rack
2.6 Palletising/Depalletizing Systems
2.7 Order Picking
2.7.1 Currently available technologies are capable of delivering fully automated picking solutions
2.7.2 Small-Scale Automation Solutions Exist but are Unlikely to Provide Sustainable Profits

3 Warehouse Automation Business Model, Drivers and Trends
3.1 Business Model
3.2 Economics of Warehouse Automation
3.2.1 Critical factors impacting ROI
3.3 Industry growth drivers
3.4 Macro growth drivers
3.5 Consolidation & M&A

4 Warehouse automation drivers and trends
4.1 Market Growth
4.2 e-Commerce is the biggest growth driver for Warehouse Automation
4.3 Robotics & Automation: Key success factors for order fulfilment
4.4 Online grocery is set to be the next disruption and may be the prime candidate for warehouse automation
4.5 Order Picking Remains a Robotic Challenge
4.6 Supply for Warehouse space is constrained
4.6.1 Developers Testing Multi-storey Warehouses in Select Markets
4.7 Challenges to Warehouse Automation
4.7.1 Upfront Investment Costs
4.7.2 Flexibility
4.8 Innovation
4.9 Key logistics automation deals

5 Warehouse Automation Market, by Technology
5.1 Conveyors and Sortation Systems
5.2 Overhead Systems
5.3 Automated Storage and Retrieval System (AS/RS)
5.4 Palletising/De-palletising Systems
5.5 Automatic Identification and Data Capture
5.5.1 From bar-codes to image reading
5.5.2 The rise of Android
5.5.3 Growing popularity of wearables
5.6 Autonomous Guided Vehicles (AGV) & Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR)
5.7 Order Picking
5.7.1 Optimization with Voice Technology
5.7.2 Voice recognition technology in the warehouse
5.7.3 Analytics advantages
5.7.4 Robotic Piece Picking Hits Tipping Point
5.7.5 Collaboration
5.9 MRO services

6 Warehouse Automation Market, by End-user Industry
6.1 E-Commerce
6.2 Grocery
6.2.1 Key players and major developments
6.2.2 Reasons to Automate
6.2.3 Reasons Not to Automate
6.3 Apparel
6.3.1 Key players and major developments
6.4 Food and Beverage
6.4.1 Key players and major developments
6.5 General Merchandise
6.5.1 Key players and major developments
6.6 Post & Parcel
6.6.1 Key players and major developments
6.7 Wholesale
6.8 Others (incl. Pharma & Lifesciences, Metals & Mining, Chemicals)

7 Warehouse Automation Market Share, by country
7.1 North America
7.1.1 US
7.1.2 Canada
7.2 Europe
7.2.1 UK
7.2.2 Germany
7.2.3 France
7.2.4 Italy
7.2.5 Spain
7.2.6 Russia
7.2.7 Netherlands
7.2.8 Nordics
7.2.9 Rest of Europe
7.3 Asia-Pacific
7.3.1 China
7.3.2 Japan
7.3.3 South Korea
7.3.4 India
7.3.5 Australia
7.3.6 Indonesia
7.3.7 Thailand
7.3.8 Philippines
7.3.9 Vietnam
7.3.10 Malaysia
7.3.11 Singapore
7.4 Middle East & Africa
7.4.1 The Middle-East e-commerce market
7.4.2 Middle East: Key players and Developments
7.4.3 Saudi Arabia
7.4.4 UAE
7.4.5 Rest of GCC
7.4.6 Turkey
7.4.7 South Africa
7.4.8 Rest of Middle East & Africa
7.5 Latin America
7.5.1 Logistics Is Still the Main Bottleneck in Brazil
7.5.2 e-Commerce Players in Brazil are More Focused on an Omni-channel Strategy, than on Being Pure Online Players
7.5.3 Brazil
7.5.4 Mexico
7.5.5 Argentina
7.5.6 Rest of Latin America

8 Warehouse Automation Developments - Major Customers
8.1 Amazon
8.1.1 The Expanding (Accelerating) Role of Robot-Enabled Fulfillment
8.1.2 The Benefits of Automation/Robotics
8.1.3 There Is Still More Room for Improvement
8.1.4 Automation Beyond Amazon’s Traditional Retail Operations
8.2 JD.com
8.3 Walmart
8.4 Tesco
8.5 Kroger
8.6 Ocado
8.6.1 Ocado is distributing and licensing its technology to other retailers
8.7 ASOS
8.8 Zalando

9 Competitive Landscape
9.1 Key Players and their capabilities
9.1.1 Warehouse Equipment Providers
9.1.2 Warehouse Management Software Providers
9.1.3 AIDC Providers
9.2 Market Share Analysis
9.3 Innovative Start-ups

10 Company Profiles
10.1 Warehouse Equipment and Solution Providers
10.1.1 Dematic (KION)
10.1.2 SSI-Schaefer
10.1.3 Vanderlande (TICO)
10.1.4 Swisslog (KUKA)
10.1.5 Knapp
10.1.6 Daifuku
10.1.7 Murata Machinery Ltd.
10.1.8 Knapp
10.1.9 Elettric 80
10.1.10 Beumer Group
10.1.11 Witron Logistik + Informatik
10.1.12 TGW Logistics
10.1.13 Grenzebach Maschinenbau GmbH
10.1.14 FIVES Group
10.1.15 Honeywell Intelligrated
10.1.16 Bastian Solutions (TICO)
10.2 AGV & AMR providers
10.2.1 Geek+
10.2.2 Quicktron (Flashhold)
10.2.3 ForwardX Robotics
10.2.4 GreyOrange
10.2.5 HikRobot
10.2.6 Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR)
10.2.7 InVia Robotics
10.2.8 6 River Systems (Shopify)
10.2.9 Fetch Robotics
10.2.10 IAM Robotics
10.2.11 Locus Robotics
10.2.12 Vecna Robotics
10.2.13 Waypoint Robotics
10.2.14 Tompkins Robotics
10.2.15 Scallog
10.2.16 OTTO Motors (Clearpath Robotics)
10.2.17 GIDEON Brothers
10.2.18 Magazino
10.2.19 NextShift Robotics
10.2.20 AutoGuide Mobile Robots (Teradyne)
10.2.21 EiraTech Robotics
10.2.22 Aethon (ST Engineering)
10.2.23 BLEUM
10.2.24 HAI Robotics
10.2.25 Bionic HIVE
10.2.26 Oppent
10.2.27 PAL Robotics
10.2.28 Matthews Automation Solutions
10.2.29 CAJA Robotics
10.2.30 Omron (Adept Technology)
10.2.31 Guidance Automation (Matthews International)
10.2.32 Syrius
10.2.33 SMP Robotics
10.2.34 MALU Innovation
10.2.35 EuroTec (Lowpad)
10.2.36 DS Automation
10.2.37 ROCLA
10.2.38 NeoBotix
10.2.39 John Bean Technologies (JBT Corporation)
10.2.40 Transbotics (Scott Group)
10.3 Piece Picking Robots
10.3.1 Berkshire Grey
10.3.2 Righthand Robotics
10.3.3 KINDRED
10.3.4 OSARO
10.3.5 Plus One Robotics
10.4 Warehouse Management System Providers
10.4.1 JDA
10.4.2 Infor
10.4.3 Oracle
10.4.4 SAP
10.4.5 Manhattan Associates
10.4.6 HighJump
10.5 Automatic Identification and Capture
10.5.1 Zebra Technologies
10.5.2 Honeywell
10.5.3 Data Logic
10.5.4 SATO
10.5.5 SICK

11 Emerging Technologies
11.1 Warehouse Drones
11.2 Vertical Solutions
11.3 Underground Logistics
12 Research Methodology

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1:Systems and technologies making up Warehouse automation
Exhibit 2:Process steps inside a warehouse
Exhibit 3: Ocado’s solution
Exhibit 4: Swisslog Autostore
Exhibit 5: Barcodes optimize the identification of pallets
Exhibit 6: Wearable Scanner and Communications Device
Exhibit 7: Main causes of error in behind order fulfillment
Exhibit 8: Automated Sorting Systems are Already Widely Adopted
Exhibit 9: Kuka Mixed Case Palletising Robot
Exhibit 10: Illustration of AS/RS for Pallets with Loading Docks and Conveyor System
Exhibit 11: TGW Shuttle AS/RS for Order Picking
Exhibit 12: A Glimpse of Jungheinrich's Giant Stackers
Exhibit 13: Kuka Mixed Case Palletising Robot
Exhibit 14: Warehouse split case labour hours, by function
Exhibit 15: Overview of Order Picking Systems by Category
Exhibit 16: Classification of Automated Order Picking Systems by Number of SKUs and Throughput
Exhibit 17: Pick-to-light solutions are very useful for pharmaceutical companies
Exhibit 18: Autonomous Picking Robots from Fetch
Exhibit 19: AGVs from Amazon Robotics (formerly KIVA)
Exhibit 20: Material Handling and Warehouse Automation Value Chain
Exhibit 21: Overview of Automated Warehouse System Supply Chain with Key Players
Exhibit 22: Four levels of Warehouse Automation defined
Exhibit 23: Warehouse automation market will grow ~2x to $27 billion by 2025
Exhibit 24: eCommerce is continuting to grow at rapid pace and disrupting traditional retail
Exhibit 25: Online Aggregation Model
Exhibit 26: Illustration of Product Range by Retailer: U.K. Clothing
Exhibit 27: Fetch Robotics’ Fetch And Freight
Exhibit 28: Adept’s Lynx
Exhibit 29: Greyorange’s Butler
Exhibit 30: Mobile Industrial Robots (MIR)’S MIR200
Exhibit 31: Hikrobotics’ Qianmo Smart Warehouse Robot
Exhibit 32: Swisslog Robot
Exhibit 33: Zebra Technologies’ hand-free scanning, wearable computer and voice-directed picking solution
Exhibit 34: CONVEYORS
Exhibit 36: Online grocery penetration was still low in 2018, and set to grow
Exhibit 37: Palletizing Robot
Exhibit 38: Picking Robot
Exhibit 39: AGV
Exhibit 40: Some of the Warehouse Automation Robot Players Outside Palletizing
Exhibit 41: 100 Largest U.S. Warehouse Deals by Industry, 2018
Exhibit 42: E-Commerce sales and Additional Expected Annual warehouse demand
Exhibit 43:Multistory development and population density by Metro
Exhibit 44:Georgetown Crossroads - the first multistory warehouse in US
Exhibit 45:eCommerce requires a larger building footprint
Exhibit 46: Cost Breakdown of 10,000 Pallet AS/RS (Million Euros)
Exhibit 47: Warehouse Automation Market to grow almost 2x at ~12% CAGR
Exhibit 48: With MRO services making up for the biggest share of the market
Exhibit 49: Converyors and sortation equipment is the basic building block of automated warehouse, to remain a large opportunity, albeit a moderate growth rate
Exhibit 50: Challenges in e-Commerce to maintain competitiveness
Exhibit 51: Overhead conveyor systems seeing increasing adoption from online fast fashion
Exhibit 52: AS/RS solutions are being preferred for higher accuracy and faster fulfiment of orders
Exhibit 53: Palletising and De-palletising systems are needed for large warehouses
Exhibit 54: Coordinated by intelligent software, ergonomic palletizing operations can address variability in SKUs and volume
Exhibit 55: Palletizing is largely automated in production facilities, but the latest technologies can also handle a dynamic warehousing environment
Exhibit 56: AIDC solutions to grow as well, driven in large by higher penetration
Exhibit 57: Traceability of ones and zeroes is great, but the latest scanners can capture image-based data about the quality of the product and the process.
Exhibit 58: Solutions that are intuitive and familiar will improve onboarding and retention - both of which are critical in a tight labor market..
Exhibit 59: Laser-based or image-based, scanners are a system’s window to real-time operations and a door to Industry 4.0
Exhibit 60: AGV and AMR is the fastest growing segment, and is necessary for fully autmated warehouses
Exhibit 61: Order picking technologies are seeing higher adoption as picking accuracy becomes critical
Exhibit 62: Laser-based or image-based, scanners are a system’s window to real-time operations and a door to Industry 4.0
Exhibit 63: Analytics can spot patterns that help an organization fine tune the use of voice directed work.
Exhibit 64: Voice technology being deployed for other tasks as well
Exhibit 65:Robotic piece picking requires a thorough analysis of the SKUs being picked
Exhibit 66:Robots can be pre-programmed or use AI based techniques to recognize object orientation for right pick
Exhibit 67: Grippers and suction based technologies have the most deployments
Exhibit 68: Warehouse Automation Software to be a $2.5b opportunity
Exhibit 69: WMS, WES and WCS are converging
Exhibit 70: MRO services form the biggest share of the market, and essential to business model and sustainable margins
Exhibit 71: It is not uncommon to opt for contract maintenance for the first year that automated equipment operates.
Exhibit 72: Maintenance requires training of new staff as well as maintaining an inventory of spare parts
Exhibit 73: Suppliers should be brought in every six to 12 months to ensure maintenance is adequate
Exhibit 74: eCommerce to be the largest segment in Warehouse Automation market, growing at double digit YoY
Exhibit 75: Global eCommerce sales is set to touch $8 trillion by 2025, accounting for 22% of all global retail sales
Exhibit 76: Grocery presents the second biggest opportunity, driven by higher automation as well as the advent of online grocery
Exhibit 77: Online grocery in top 10 economies will reach almost $500b by 2025
Exhibit 78: High volume, high SKUs and high cost of returns pushing apparel players to automate operations
Exhibit 79: Online Apparel will be a GBP 850 bn opportunity by 2025, and needs massive investment in warehouses
Exhibit 80: H&M is investing in automated online warehouses to provide next day delivery
Exhibit 81: Automation in F&B is driven by higher focus on safety regulations as well as improving operating margins
Exhibit 82: Coca-Cola Amatil, Northmead, Australia
Exhibit 83: General Merchandise presents a significant opportunity however, adoption is slow
Exhibit 84: Post and Parcel is slow to adopt automation in sorting centers, limited by the ROI benefits
Exhibit 85: Seegrid Tugger at Pennwood Place
Exhibit 86: Wholesale distribution of goods is a slow growth segment as demand for faster delivery is limited
Exhibit 87: Others segment has niche end-markets and growth is expected to remain stagnant
Exhibit 88: North America Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 89: US Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 90: Canada Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 91: Europe Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 92:UK Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 93: Asda’s AutoStore Installation (Supplied by Swisslog) in Lutterworth
Exhibit 94: Germany Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 95: France Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 96: Online grocery in France will be a $20bn market by 2025
Exhibit 97: Casino has partnered with Ocado to develop automated CFC
Exhibit 98: Italy Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 99: Spain Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 100: Russia Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 101: Netherlands Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million : Grocery and retail are the main drivers behind demand for Warehouse Automation
Exhibit 102:Nordics Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 103: SOK/ Inex Oy automated warehouse
Exhibit 104: Rest of Europe Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 105: Asia-Pacific Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 106:China eCommerce is booming, but distribution and logistics is lagging
Exhibit 107: China Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 108:Automated warehouses cost more than 15x traditional warehouse
Exhibit 109: Japan Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 110: South Korea Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 111: India Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 112: Demand for warehouse space is being driven by eCommerce
Exhibit 113: Sorter Robot
Exhibit 114: Australia Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 115: Indonesia Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 116: The South-east Asian eCommerce market is booming
Exhibit 117:Thailand Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 118: Philippines Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 119:Vietnam Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 120: Malaysia Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 121:Singapore Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 122: Middle-east Warehouse Automation Market was $0.5B in 2018 and will almost triple to $1.6B in 2025E
Exhibit 123: eCommerce, Fashion & Beauty and Grocery will be the biggest end-consumers
Exhibit 124: Middle East e-commerce is worth $10.3 billion and will grow by 13% through 2025
Exhibit 125: E-commerce penetration as a percentage of total retail (2017)
Exhibit 126: Saudi Arabia Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 127:UAE Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 128: Rest of GCC Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 129: Turkey Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 130: South Africa Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 131: Rest of Middle East & Africa Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 132:Latin America Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 133: Brazil Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 134: Mexico Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 135: Argentina Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 136: Rest of Latin America Warehouse Automation Market Size (2016-2025) in US$ Million
Exhibit 137: Number of Robots in Amazon's FCs
Exhibit 138: Number of Robot-Enabled FCs and Avg. Robots per FC
Exhibit 139: The Amazon Fulfillment Process
Exhibit 140: JD.com Asia No.1 Warehouse in Shanghai
Exhibit 141: JD.com Automated Logistics and Warehouse
Exhibit 142: JD.com AGV
Exhibit 143: JD.com Six axis robot
Exhibit 144: JD.com Shelf shuttle
Exhibit 145: JD.com Picking and sorting robot
Exhibit 146: Number of Robots in Amazon's FCs
Exhibit 147: Tesco’s automated warehouse in Enfield
Exhibit 148: Ocado’s fulfilment centre brings goods to persons
Exhibit 149: Faster Pick Rates are Achieved by Using Automated Storage & Retrieval Systems (AS/RS) for Slow Moving Ambient SKUs (Picked from the Upper Green Totes to the Lower Orange in the Picture Below) (“Goods to Man” Picking).
Exhibit 150: Andover’s CFC3 will Operate with Over 1,000 Robots (bots) a Tote Within its Chassis to Deliver 65,000 Orders per Week at Full Capacity
Exhibit 151: Each Bot has the Ability to Carry and to Lower or Lift Totes to or from Locations in the 3D Storage Grid
Exhibit 152: At the End of June Andover was Operating with 300 Bots on a single picking shift
Exhibit 153: Suggesting a Capacity Utilization Approaching 15% as the facility ramps up
Exhibit 154: Ocado is emerging not just as a customer but also a supplier of warehouse automation solutions
Exhibit 155: ASOS expansion is being fueled by investment in distribution centers
Exhibit 156: Significant amount of ASOS’ capex is spend on development of warehouse and technology to support them
Exhibit 157: A look inside Zalando’s warehouse
Exhibit 158: The Top Warehouse Automation Solution Suppliers and their capabilities
Exhibit 159: Warehouse Automation Companies Going Through a Streak of M&As
Exhibit 160: The Top Supply Chain Software providers and their capabilities
Exhibit 161: The Top 20 ADC Suppliers
Exhibit 162: The Acquisition Spree Consolidating the ADC Space
Exhibit 163: Market share analysis of Automated Material Handling providers (dollar terms, 2017)
Exhibit 164: Global map of innovative startups
Exhibit 165: Number of start-ups in AMR and ASRS peaked in 2015, but now we are witnessing increase in funding
Exhibit 166: E-Commerce Building Characteristics
Exhibit 167: Drones are making an appearance inside warehouses
Exhibit 168: Asia Has Pioneered the Multi-Story Logistics Facility

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  • 6 River Systems (Shopify)
  • Aethon (ST Engineering)
  • AutoGuide Mobile Robots (Teradyne)
  • Automatic Identification and Capture
  • Bastian Solutions (TICO)
  • Berkshire Grey
  • Beumer Group
  • Bionic HIVE
  • CAJA Robotics
  • DS Automation
  • Daifuku
  • Data Logic
  • Dematic (KION)
  • EiraTech Robotics
  • Elettric 80
  • EuroTec (Lowpad)
  • FIVES Group
  • Fetch Robotics
  • ForwardX Robotics
  • GIDEON Brothers
  • Geek+
  • Grenzebach Maschinenbau GmbH
  • GreyOrange
  • Guidance Automation (Matthews International)
  • HAI Robotics
  • HighJump
  • HikRobot
  • Honeywell
  • Honeywell Intelligrated
  • IAM Robotics
  • InVia Robotics
  • Infor
  • JDA
  • John Bean Technologies (JBT Corporation)
  • Knapp
  • Knapp
  • Locus Robotics
  • MALU Innovation
  • Magazino
  • Manhattan Associates
  • Matthews Automation Solutions
  • Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR)
  • Murata Machinery Ltd.
  • NeoBotix
  • NextShift Robotics
  • OTTO Motors (Clearpath Robotics)
  • Omron (Adept Technology)
  • Oppent
  • Oracle
  • PAL Robotics
  • Plus One Robotics
  • Quicktron (Flashhold)
  • Righthand Robotics
  • SAP
  • SATO
  • SICK
  • SMP Robotics
  • SSI-Schaefer
  • Scallog
  • Swisslog (KUKA)
  • Syrius
  • TGW Logistics
  • Tompkins Robotics
  • Transbotics (Scott Group)
  • Vanderlande (TICO)
  • Vecna Robotics
  • Waypoint Robotics
  • Witron Logistik + Informatik
  • Zebra Technologies
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