Geek+ partners with Systemex Automation to expand North America presence

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Autonomous mobile robot (AMR) developer Geek+ has entered a strategic partnership with Canadian systems integrator Systemex Automation to expand deployments in North America.

Through the partnership, Systemex Automation will offer its customers Geek+’s full portfolio of picking, moving, sorting and storage AMR solutions.

Randy Randolph, Geek+ Americas vice president of channels and partnerships, said, “We are delighted to ally with Systemex Automation as their first AMR partner in North America. This is another milestone in our expansion in the Americas, continuing our strategy of working with trusted partners to scale our deployments and offer customers the flexible automation solutions they need to achieve their goals.”

Serge Tousignant, president of Systemex Automation, commented, “We are excited to partner with Geek+ to complement our growth strategy in the automated warehouse operations for the Canadian and US markets. We’re convinced that Geek+’s wide range and versatile AMR solutions combined with Systemex Automation’s integration capabilities in the automation industry for manufacturers, distributors and retailers is a win-win formula. It will enable us to offer our customers the best value and most flexible automation solutions on the market.”

Geek+ recently unveiled its new goods-to-person solution, PopPick, which made its North American debut at Modex 2022, as well as Sky-Storage & Ground-Pick, which combines four-way shuttles for reserve pallet storage with Geek+’s P-series picking robots for forward picking.

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