Global Robotics Services (GRS), the robotics arm division of GLP, is set to collaborate with UK-based material handling specialist Brysdales Intralogistics, part of the Verat Group, in an exciting new strategic partnership. The aim of this partnership is to provide warehouse operators and businesses with a comprehensive solution to enhance productivity through the integration of robotics and efficient storage solutions.
GRS offers a cutting-edge Robotics as a Service (RaaS) solution which provides customers with the opportunity to harness the benefits of robotics through a flexible subscription model. This unique approach allows for a pay-as-you-go system, empowering businesses with the flexibility and scalability they need to optimize their operations.
Having successfully executed more than 30 robotics projects across Asia and Europe, GRS has established itself as a leader in the field. With notable installations completed in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Italy, the company continues to expand its global footprint.
Brysdales Intralogistics is thrilled about the partnership and the possibilities it offers. Jaap Vos, the managing director, stated that the collaboration provides a fully automated, innovative solution for the intralogistics industry. This technology partnership will enable Brysdales to provide greater efficiencies to their customers, both existing and new, within the UK’s warehouse and logistics marketplace.
Hongming Chen, CEO of GRS, expressed enthusiasm about the expanding interest in their Robotics as a Service subscription model across Europe. The partnership with Brysdales, a leading player in the UK intralogistics market, allows GRS to leverage their extensive client network and local execution capabilities. This collaboration is expected to significantly increase the reach of GRS and enable them to serve a larger customer base throughout the country.
1. What is Robotics as a Service (RaaS)?
Robotics as a Service (RaaS) is a subscription-based model that allows businesses to access the benefits of robotics technology without having to invest in expensive infrastructure. It provides a flexible pay-as-you-go solution, enabling businesses to scale up or down as needed.
2. How many robotics projects has GRS completed so far?
GRS has successfully completed over 30 robotics projects in Asia and Europe.
3. In which countries has GRS installed its robotics solutions?
GRS has completed installations in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Italy.
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