Australian bookstore Booktopia deploys Shenzhen-based Hai Robotics in its distribution center to double up picking and dispatch speeds.

Booktopia, an Australian Bookstore, has employed autonomous Robots from Hai Robotics at its distribution center in Lidcombe, NSW.

Haipick’s robotic solution is the world’s first carton picking and double-deep autonomous case-handling system. Hai robotics differs from other autonomous mobile robots. It has a telescopic fork that will stretch up to 4m. It makes the robot carry multiple totes and convey them directly.

Increasing online orders and competition have forced many companies to invest in robotic solutions to improve warehouse efficiency. Recently, Ranpak Holdings Corp. also invested in Pickle Robot to boost its supply chain.

Booktopia is one of the largest bookstores based in New South Wales, Australia. It has nearly 250 employees with a stock range of more than 150,000 in various locations. With an annual income of USD 6.54 Million in the fiscal year 2020, the company’s focus is to help Australian writers and publishers. It has received many titles and awards.

HaiRobotics is a robotics company that offers next-generation warehouse automation with a self-contained robotic crate handling system. Its head office is in Shenzhen. Their official launch was in 2019.

They offer advanced technologies which will benefit warehouses. They have expanded their offices in Tokyo, Japan, and Fremont, USA. They have more than 200 projects underway, and as a result, the company has successfully expanded its business to five continents.

Booktopia has officially announced that- after employing robotic solutions of HaiRobotics, its warehouse efficiency has improved.