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GreyOrange Recognized by Robotics Business Review 2017

GreyOrange, a growing robotics and supply chain automation solutions company, has been featured on Robotics Business Review’s annual list of the noteworthy companies in the global robotics industry for 2017. GreyOrange retained its position on the elite list after featuring on the RBR50 list for 2016.

The RBR50 list includes visionaries, trend setters, and companies to watch out for in the robotics and Artificial Intelligence space. This international compilation spans across 10 countries and includes companies ranging from brand-new startups to the biggest robotics makers. Keeping GreyOrange on the list are robotics firms such as IBM Watson, Bosch Group, Honda Robotics, ABB, Alphabet Co and Omron.

The acknowledgement comes on the back of some groundbreaking work done by GreyOrange to optimize their supply chain through robotic automation solutions for warehouses and fulfilment centers.  GreyOrange is now at the forefront of supply chain automation innovation, democratizing such solutions for e-commerce, retail, CPG and logistics companies across six continents today. Their current customer portfolio includes Flipkart, Jabong and Pepperfry; and logistics players such as Aramex, DTDC, Delhivery, Kerry Logistics (Hong Kong), Ninja Van (Singapore), Nitori (Japan) and Gojavas.

“We are happy to be a part of Robotics Business Review RBR50 list for the second time in a row, especially in the wake of an aggressive global Robotics wave. GreyOrange has grown tremendously in the past year. Today, our presence spans six continents and a diverse customer base across different industry verticals. GreyOrange, with its expertise in technologies such as AI and machine learning, is ready with new ideas and we have solutions that smarter supply chains of tomorrow will needs,” said Samay Kohli, Group CEO, GreyOrange.

Eugene Demaitre, Senior Editor, Robotics Business Review said, “For this year's list, our team had the daunting task of evaluating numerous competitive nominations. The RBR50 for 2017 represents the cream of the crop of the world's most innovative, most influential, and most commercially successful robotics companies.”  

She further added, “We expect the RBR50 honorees to continue to lead the industry across growing markets, and we look forward to tracking their progress in 2017.”

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