OPEX launches next generation G2P warehouse Automation Tech- Infinity ASRS
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OPEX launches next generation G2P warehouse Automation Tech- Infinity ASRS

OPEX Corporation, a leading developer in international warehouse automation technology, has reportedly incorporated an advanced, industry leading goods-to-person (G2P) solutions to its portfolio of Warehouse Automation- Infinity ASRS.

As per sources, the Infinity solution combines configurability, unparalleled storage density, and flexibility to cater to the most pressing hardships at warehouse automation for firms managing omni-channel distribution, micro-fulfillment, ecommerce, and store replenishment.

Alex Stevens, President at OPEX Warehouse Automation, stated that the team is emphasizing on engineering innovative new solutions that address the developing and unattended customer requirements.

Alex mentioned that the infinity solutions signify the next generation of G2P technology to perfectly complement the existing product line of Warehouse Automation.

According to reports, automated G2P technology delivers the correct item or SKU at the precise time to the right workstation or operator, enhancing output, labor utilization, and throughput by reducing wasted time.

The Infinity G2P solution, backed by OPEX’s propriety Cortex software platform, is designed for maximum scalability and flexibility in both storage and throughput. The main benefits include storage density, minimizing labor while enhancing efficiency, and configurability.

Wireless Infinity iBOT allows robotic vehicles to use all port stations and inventory, moving freely throughout the system and underneath by saving cost and time and no wasted mechanical motion.

For the record, Infinity solutions, unlike other competitive systems, provide almost 35 per cent more storage space along with bot paths that are nearly 65 per cent more efficient.

Reportedly, the Infinity G2P system uses a special interlocking system to keep totes triple-deep, maximizing storage density, and reducing waste spaces.

Furthermore, a configurable rack design optimizes warehouse space despite existing obstructions like columns or other devices. The flexibility of Infinity system also houses layouts and varied workflows.

The advanced Infinity solution has recently been unveiled at MODEX 2022, the industry’s premier expo handing material that represents the most recent advancements in supply chain technology and manufacturing.

Source Credits :- https://www.businesswireindia.com/opex-introduces-the-next-generation-in-goods-to-person-warehouse-automation-technology-infinity-asrs-78023.html

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