Post and Parcel: Sorting Awkward Questions Around Capacity

How can parcel carriers expand capacity when challenged by dwindling labour resources, rising costs and an aging estate of ‘awkward’,Read More »


Nippon Express Names Robotic Sortation Solution ‘Employee of the Year’

Nippon Express, one of Japan’s biggest express parcel delivery companies, has introduced LiBiao Robotics’ T-Sort parcel sortation technology at itsRead More »


Japanese Fashion Retailer Implements Twin Channel Sortation

United Arrows, one of Japan’s leading fashion retail brands, reports improved efficiency at its Tokyo distribution hub following the introduction of aRead More »

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Robot-based Parcel Sorting Solution Implemented in Vietnam

A new parcel sorting system featuring some 160 LiBiao ‘Mini Yellow’ autonomous guided robots has gone live at South-East AsianRead More »


Consolidate to Accumulate

Pooling inventory to serve fashion retail stores as well as ecommerce channels can create an engine for growth, with increasedRead More »

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South Africa’s First Robotic Parcel Sortation System Operational

What is believed to be the first fully robotic parcel sorting system to be deployed in South Africa is nowRead More »


LiBiao Robotics Open European HQ

Autonomous post sortation company LiBiao Robotics has selected Frankfurt for its new European headquarters, inaugurating a new office space withRead More »


Saving Energy with Robot-based Sortation

Ultra-energy efficient parcel sortation robots are a game changer for the logistics sector. They’re also good news for the environment,Read More »

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Qatar Post to Install Robotic Sortation Technology

State-owned postal service Qatar Post has placed an order for a new parcel sortation system based on autonomous mobile robotRead More »

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