Locus Robotics, the leading provider of autonomous mobile robots (AMR) for fulfillment warehouses, has been recognized for the second consecutive year on the FreightTech 100 list for 2024 by FreightWaves. This prestigious award highlights the most innovative and disruptive companies within the freight transportation industry, and Locus Robotics is proud to be included in this elite group that is shaping the future of supply chain technology.
Rick Faulk, CEO of Locus Robotics, expressed his excitement for receiving this recognition and stated that being named on the FreightTech 100 list validates their position as a leader in warehouse automation. Despite the challenging economic environment in the past year, Locus Robotics remains committed to developing and delivering cutting-edge robotics to help customers grow efficiently and seamlessly.
One of the primary reasons why Locus Robotics stood out among the competition is their continuous technological innovation and their mission to revolutionize productivity and efficiency in warehouses. With over 250 deployments worldwide, Locus enables warehouses to easily implement and scale automation as volumes fluctuate in different types of warehouses, including existing and new warehouses, as well as multi-level mezzanine facilities.
The FreightTech 100 list is determined by the editorial team at FreightWaves and a panel of experts. The top 25 companies will be recognized as FreightTech 25 in November, during FreightWaves’ F3 Future of Freight festival.
Locus Robotics is the global leader in warehouse automation solutions, incorporating intelligent autonomous mobile robots that collaborate with human workers to significantly improve product movement and productivity. Their solution, recognized with over 25 industry and technology awards, dramatically increases productivity in order fulfillment, reduces operational costs, and improves workplace quality, safety, and ergonomics for workers. With their solution implemented in over 250 sites worldwide, Locus Robotics supports over 100 of the world’s leading brands, retailers, third-party logistics providers, and specialized warehouses to meet and exceed the increasingly complex and demanding requirements of current fulfillment environments.
Sources: Locus Robotics