CEVA Logistics and Berkshire Grey are implementing AI-enabled robotic automation systems into CEVA’s supply chain operations in Canada. Embedding robotic solutions at CEVA’s Vancouver eCommerce facility will maximize distribution center capacity, optimize throughput and accelerate fulfillment.
The Berkshire Grey’s Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) model enables CEVA to leverage leading-edge, intelligent robotic automation systems for customers. CEVA gains the ability to increase capacity, improve throughput, and speed up fulfillment across locations to meet growing consumer demand.
CEVA is implementing Berkshire Grey’s Robotic Product Sortation and Identification (RPSi) system at its Vancouver distribution center to autonomously identify and sort eCommerce packages and parcels. With a capacity to process more than 5.5 million packages annually with minimal operator intervention in a compact 93 square-meter (1,000 square-foot) operating footprint, the system handles parcels including polybags, tubes, padded mailers, and envelopes common in eCommerce shipping.
The RPSi is powered by AI-enabled robotic picking and placing, linear sort shuttle technology, a pack-to-light user interface, and Berkshire Grey’s patented HyperScanner auto-identification module. The system uses the company’s proprietary hardware and software to identify, singulate, transport, sort, and store small parcels in specific and re-definable end locations. For more information, visit: www.cevalogistics.com