4Automation is a new initiative set to enter the buoyant UK warehouse automation market in early August. The enterprise, established by a consortium of automation specialists, aims to bring a fresh and modern approach to conveyor and automated materials handling projects. Multi-faceted in creating added-value, 4Automation says it will provide full turnkey solutions for warehouse automation, e-commerce, manufacturing and logistics assignments.
Commenting on the launch, Bryn Roberts, managing director, said: “The unprecedented growth in e-commerce, fast-tracked by COVID-19, is creating a warehouse automation boom. The need to develop safer workplaces by reducing interactions among workers, together with the increasing demands on the supply chain, is seeing companies accelerating the timelines for automating their warehouses. We see this therefore as the perfect time to concentrate our assets in targeting large automation projects and providing scalable turnkey solutions.
“As a single integrated consultancy, 4Automation will take away the headache of tendering multi-contractor bids and involvement in time consuming cost analysis and contract negotiations. Having confidence in a one-stop, full-service partner, companies can reduce costs and errors with their projects and benefit from an efficient use of resources to deliver a fully integrated solution.”
4Automation’s senior management team consists of: Bryn Roberts – managing director, Zak Jeavons – operations director, Jamie McGinn – sales director and Shaun Graham – marketing director. The launch of 4Automation will be supported by a new website, together with an extensive marketing campaign. Organisations with projects in mind, can register their interest at www.4automation.co.uk/coming-soon/.
“The key deliverable here is in providing customers with a single point of contact who can harness a network of highly skilled support and assume full responsibility for the delivery of the project on time, within budget and fit for the purpose for which it was intended,” concluded Roberts. “For many companies currently capitalising on the e-commerce upsurge, this represents the perfect solution to further increase their productivity and keep their workforce safe.”