Cleveron reveals new compact parcel robot for smaller stores

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Last-mile delivery solutions provider Cleveron has launched Cleveron 403, a new robotics-based click and collect solution, which has been specially designed for smaller stores.

According to the company, the new solution is both compact and affordable. The smallest version of the robot holds 157 parcels in just 6m2. It acts as a self-service pick-up, issuing a parcel to the client in 10 seconds.

According to Cleveron CEO Arno Kütt the product was created for smaller stores or logistics companies who do not have the necessary parcel flows to suit the larger robotics-based solutions. “Our parcel robots are used by the world’s largest retailers who need to hand out hundreds or thousands of online orders in one day,” Kütt explained.

“E-commerce is growing and smaller business and logistics companies also need to start automating their parcel-handling processes. However, they are not yet in a place where our larger solutions would be effective – there are not that many parcels a day or there simply isn’t enough room.

“Cleveron 403 is designed to effectively automate smaller parcel volumes, and it can be installed in small and narrow areas. And robotics-based technology makes the complete parcel handling process quick and convenient,” he added.

Cleveron 403 has a smart storage system which stores the parcels inside the machine according to their height, maximizing the storage space. Parcel drop-off and pick-up are completed through one user console, which makes the loading and unloading process quicker. The user can load all the parcels from one console, without having to go back-and-forth between the console and the locker doors.

To watch Indrek Oolup, co-founder and head of business development at Cleveron, explain more about Cleveron 403, click here.


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