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E-COMMERCE | Staff Reporter, Australia

Australia-based Catch adopts 100 mobile robots

The robots can pick an additional 2,000 orders per hour.

Australian online retailer is adopting more than 100 robots that will help pick orders in its facility, according to a press release.

More than 100 autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) will operate 3785 sqm of allocated space within the company's 30,000 sqm facility. The robots can pick an additional 2,000 orders per hour, which will help manage 80,000 more SKUs.

With a rapidly growing customer base and the prevalence of COVID-19 driving more and more consumers online, the company has been looking for a solution that would allow it to scale in line with business growth and continue to grow and improve its product and service offering.

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