inconso Forges Partnerships with Robotics Specialists Fetch and Locus

7th May 2020

Logistics Businessinconso Forges Partnerships with Robotics Specialists Fetch and Locus

Logistics software specialist inconso and leading providers of collaborative robotic solutions, Fetch Robotics and Locus Robotics, have combined their strengths and entered strategic partnerships. As a provider of comprehensive supply chain software solutions, inconso expands its product portfolio with an integrated approach for implementing autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) in warehouses.

In this strategic partnership the Körber Business Area Supply Chain, which includes inconso, acts as a global reseller, advisor and integrator of Fetch’s AMR solutions and cloud robotics software. “Our partnership with Fetch Robotics allows us to extend the automation opportunity for our customers across the wide range of workflows involved in material movements in the warehouse,” says John Santagate, vice president of robotics at Körber Supply Chain – Software.

Fetch Robotics is considered a leading provider of cloud-based robotics solutions that bring the speed, agility and cost advantages of cloud computing to intralogistics. Fetch Robotics’ solutions and services are deployed in leading distribution, fulfillment, and manufacturing centers around the world. By combining autonomous mobile robotics with the power of the cloud, the Fetch Cloud Robotics Platform provides on-demand automation solutions for material handling and inventory management.

Within the Business Area Körber Supply Chain, the partnership with the provider of autonomous mobile robots Locus Robotics is also being expanded. Locus Robotics’ expertise is primarily on the use of collaborative robots in retail and third-party logistics (3PL). Both partnerships enable simplified integration projects for the smooth interplay of software and hardware components. The result is a truly flexible automation platform – providing immediate value by simplifying operations and maximizing productivity along the supply chain.