Intelligent 3D Sorter Shuttle

Dedicated to heighten robotic standards in warehouse logistics

  • August 30, 2022
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  • Intelligent 3D Sorter Shuttle
    Intelligent 3D Sorter Shuttle

Addverb Technologies, a global robotics company providing complete end-to-end warehouse automation solutions, announces the release of a new sorter robot called SortIE – a fast-moving scalable solution for rapid and efficient order fulfilment. As a fully automated robotic put-to-wall sorting system, SortIE is capable of performing SKU-wise intelligent sortation at very high speeds and at different height levels. In addition, it enables easy and rapid picking. It can be easily integrated with existing conveying systems such as conveyors, robots, and manual transport with no impact on ongoing operations.

“We are excited for SortIE to reach the market because there is nothing like it,” says Pieter Feenstra, Addverb’s CEO of the EMEA region. "This robot increases productivity with up to 450 sorts per hour, meaning up to 250 orders fulfilled at any given time, and increases order cube utilisation by up to 20%. The entire sorting system is simple and fully automatic, which shortens the return on investment and requires no human intervention. We’re proud to have led the charge on a robot like this coming to the market.”

Quick turnaround cycles

Founded in 2016, Addverb offers a unique logistics combination of fixed and mobile automation along with advanced enterprise software. Their expertise involves IoT, robotics, and warehousing consulting. Addverb has provided warehouse automation solutions to customers involved with fast-moving consumer goods such as Unilever, Flipkart, Amazon, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Dabur, and more.

SortIE has a speed of 3m per second to ensure quick turnaround cycles. Combined with a Zippy sorting solution, it can also increase the number of destinations on a smaller footprint. This system is ideal for industries like e-commerce, third-party logistics, fast-moving consumer goods, and retail for quick order sequencing and sortation, allowing for faster dispatch of large order quantities.

Graduated in political sciences and international relations in Paris, Anis joined the team in early 2019. Editor for IEN Europe and the new digital magazine AI IEN, he is a new tech enthusiast. Also passionate about sports, music, cultures and languages. 

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