Mushiny, a leading supplier of complete solutions for the use of autonomous mobile robots, is consistently continuing its successful entry into the European market by establishing its own branch offices. Mushiny Robotics Europe GmbH, headquartered in the Lower Saxon municipality of Stuhr near Bremen, is making a start.
“With the important logistics location of Bremen in the neighbourhood and excellent transport links to the ports along the North Sea coast, we now have the ideal base to provide users of our products with optimum support in every respect,” explains Thomas Li, Co-Founder of Mushiny Robotics Europe GmbH. “From here, we can develop highly efficient AMR solutions in close customer contact, and in the future, interested parties will also be able to see for themselves the performance of Mushiny products in a showroom,” Li continues.
Mushiny specializes in creating highly efficient solutions for warehouse logistics, focusing on the use of autonomous mobile robots (AMR). Following the goods-to-person principle, Mushiny links warehouse management and ERP systems to AMR fleet management via AI software. Instead of just following predefined routes within a warehouse or production hall, Mushiny robots, as self-learning AMR systems, can independently optimize routing and thus logistics processes on an ongoing basis. The size of the robot fleet is easily scalable and can comprise more than 1,000 AMR units in individual cases. To control the complex operations, Mushiny develops individually configured Robot Management Systems (RMS), which can also be seamlessly integrated into existing logistics environments. Meanwhile, the recently introduced and industry-leading “Mushiny Xihe iRMS” solution is a new generation RMS whose use increases the operational efficiency of a warehouse logistics system by three to five times.
Founded in 2016, Mushiny has quickly become the world’s leading provider of AI-driven AMR systems for a wide range of applications in goods and cargo logistics. The company is headquartered in the Suzhou Industrial Park north of Shanghai in the Chinese province of Jiangsu.
In addition to establishing its own subsidiary in Germany, Mushiny 2023 will also participate with its own presentations at the Hannover Messe (April 17-21) and LogiMAT in Stuttgart (April 25-27).