Logistex Announces Collaborative Partnership with Geekplus – to Further Enhance Warehouse Automation


Logistex, a leading provider of warehouse automation solutions, is excited to announce a fundamental partnership with Geekplus, a global leader in autonomous mobile robot (AMR) and smart logistics solutions. This collaboration combines the profound knowledge of warehouse automation Logistex has with Geekplus’s advanced robotic technology, with the goal of transforming the logistics sector and elevating operational effectiveness for clients across the UK.

The collaboration between Logistex and Geekplus represents a significant step forward in advancing warehouse automation and addressing the growing demands of the e-commerce industry. Bringing together the comprehensive knowledge Logistex holds of supply chain optimisation and Geekplus’s innovative robotics solutions, the partnership will offer clients a comprehensive suite of integrated technologies designed to streamline fulfilment operations and maximise productivity.

Geekplus’s mobile robots are renowned for their adaptability and scalability, making them an ideal fit for the Logistex mission to provide flexible, efficient, and future-proof automation solutions. By leveraging the power of software and robotics, this partnership will enable Logistex customers to automate material handling processes, optimise inventory management, and improve order fulfilment accuracy and speed.

Tony Gruber Managing Director of Logistex, said, “The partnership will unite our solution expertise and market knowledge. It’s about the collective strength to innovate and address and evolving needs of the logistics landscape. Together, we can enable more businesses to attain greater efficiency and competitiveness”

With the Logistex and Geekplus partnership, businesses will have access to a comprehensive suite of solutions that includes Shelf-to-person system, smart sorting system, Roboshuttle-enabled hybrid solution, and software with modular architecture covering Robot Management System, Warehouse Execution System, Warehouse Management System, and simulation platform. This end-to-end automation ecosystem will empower organisations to optimise their operations, reduce labour costs, and increase fulfilment capacity while maintaining a high level of accuracy and reliability.

Simon Houghton, Sales Director UKI & ME at Geekplus, said, “we are elated to forge this partnership with Logistex. We see not just a collaboration, but a fusion of visions and aspirations. Together, our combined strengths are to make a new chapter of innovation and growth for the UK logistics industry.”

Logistex and Geekplus Robotics are already working together on joint projects, and they will continue to deepen their collaboration to develop new and tailored solutions that meet the unique requirements of various industries and market segments.

About Logistex:

Logistex provide automated materials handling and software (WES) solutions for warehousing operations. We are specialists in storage and retrieval, order forwarding, robotics, picking and sortation systems. As an independent company with no manufacturing ties, we integrate products from across the industry without compromise. Our services cover warehouse/materials handling design & implementation, warehouse execution software and control systems, equipment refurbishment and maintenance, facilities management and 24/7 hotline support and spares.

To read more on opportunities Logistex can offer, visit our website : www.logistex.com

About Geekplus:

Geekplus is a global leader in robotic solutions for logistics. We develop autonomous mobile robot (AMR) solutions to realize flexible, reliable, and highly efficient automation for warehouses and supply chain management. Geekplus is trusted by over 700 global industry leaders and has been recognized as the world leader in autonomous mobile robots. Founded in 2015, Geekplus has over 1,500 employees, with offices in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea, Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, and Singapore.


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