Logistics & 3PL

How Can Logistics Robots Help You Work Smarter?

In the face of an evolving digital landscape and rising consumer expectations, the logistics industry has experienced unprecedented growth. Yet, this rapid expansion comes with its own set of challenges. One of the most pressing issues is the increasing labor shortage, affecting not only manual labor jobs but also those requiring higher levels of skill and education. 

How can logistics companies navigate this challenge while ensuring their operations remain efficient and profitable? The answer lies in logistics automation, specifically using logistics robots and AMR logistics solutions. 

What are the benefits of logistic automation and AMR?

Who wouldn't want to increase their workplace's appeal while revolutionizing their operations? 

By taking over manual, repetitive tasks, logistics robots enable employees to focus on more complex, value-added roles, thus creating a more engaging and rewarding work environment. Here's why human-AMR collaboration is beneficial for you working within logistics and 3PL. 

Optimizing Workflows with logistics robots

In the highly pressured 3PL industry, an optimized and responsive workflow is essential for success. The logistics robots from MiR use sophisticated programming technology, scanners, and cameras to make optimal decisions. The AMRs remove human error and the need for as many inventory checks, meaning 3PL providers can see shorter, more responsive workflows with reduced bottlenecks. The collaborative nature of the mobile robot also means that it can safely work alongside its human counterparts, responsibly optimizing productivity. Take, for example, MiR100, the robot that can help you automate your internal transportation and logistics tasks

Cost Optimization through AMR Logistics

It can be hard to calculate the actual cost of workplace injuries, from fines and reputational damage to lost workdays and damaged equipment. It's not just the direct costs but also decreased productivity and increased employee turnover. By implementing logistics automation systems like AMRs from MiR, which use a multi-sensor safety system to avoid collisions, businesses within logistics and 3PL can see significant cost optimization.  

Try our ROI calculator to see how logistics robots could benefit your business. 

See how TTI uses automation in logistics and transportation of heavy loads with MiR robots

The use of driverless robots, such as the MiR250 equipped with a MiR250 Shelf Carrier to automatically pick and deliver carts through the facility, increases the efficiency at the distribution center of TTI, in Maisach-Gernlinden, from where the company serves the entire European market. 


Discover the game-changing potential of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for the Logistics industry

How do logistics robots work in a warehouse?

Logistics robots, such as AMRs, are crucial in transporting pallets and trailers within warehouses. They streamline internal logistics, handling heavy loads and navigating efficiently across the warehouse floors. Learn more about robotics and automation in logistics and warehouses here.

Fighting the future with AMR

As the push for greater supply chain flexibility and efficiency becomes more pronounced, the uptake of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) is on the rise. Industry reports indicate that by 2021, 58% of logistics providers had begun to incorporate AMR technology into their operations. This adoption trend is anticipated to grow, with expectations that all logistics operators will be looking into utilizing AMRs in the near future.