Geekplus celebrates 75th North American project, U.S. debut of tallest mobile robot during Modex

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SAN DIEGO –  Geekplus, the global leader in mobile robot and smart logistics solutions, has deployed more than 75 projects in North America, which is now the global company’s fastest-growing region. Last year, Geekplus empowered customers with mobile order fulfillment robots at more than 38 project sites across 20 states and one Canadian territory. 


Geekplus will celebrate the milestone and the U.S. debut of its Tote-to-Person solution, the industry’s tallest mobile order fulfillment robot, at Booth C6076 during the Modex supply chain conference. The supply chain conference takes place from March 11 to March 14 in Atlanta. modex-logo

In Tote-to-Person, two robots work together: one that goes high to store totes, one that quickly delivers totes to picking stations. With that combination, the solution can maximize vertical warehouse storage without sacrificing fulfillment speed.  

Nearly 15 Geekplus partners will be showcasing the company’s solutions during Modex. Geekplus leadership will also provide insight into the market. On March 11, Rick DeFiesta, executive vice president of sales and solutions at Geekplus, will explore flexible automation; Randy Randolph, vice president of channel partners, will join a panel on mobile robot technology on March 13. 

Geekplus empowers warehouse operators with a comprehensive suite of Goods-to-Person mobile robot solutions. With Shelf-to-Person, Tote-to-Person and Pallet-to-Person solutions that can all be integrated into a single software dashboard, Geekplus is the one-stop shop for all storage types. 

Shelf-to-Person, the most mobile Goods-to-Person solution on the market, removes the need for infrastructure investment. The Tote-to-Person system provides high-density storage for small- and medium-sized goods to maximize vertical warehouse storage without sacrificing speed. Pallet-to-Person empowers partners with high-density pallet storage and all the advantages of mobile robots for ground-level picking.  

“There is a vast opportunity in North America for our comprehensive suite of Goods-to-Person order fulfillment solutions, and we’re seeing increased interest both from new customers in various industries and from companies repurchasing our solutions for use in additional facilities,” said Lit Fung, head of international business at Geekplus. “But while there has been high adoption in some sectors, much of the market is still largely underdeveloped.” 

About Geekplus

Geekplus is a global leader in mobile robotics technologies. We develop innovative robotics solutions for order fulfilment. More than 1,000 global industry leaders use our solutions to realize flexible, reliable, and highly efficient automation for warehouses and supply chain management. 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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