Micro-fulfillment centers (MFCs) for final-mile grocery delivery are one way grocery chains which can meet customer expectations in a cost-effective and efficient way and compete successfully in a transformed marketplace.
A micro-fulfillment center strategy can be the key to success for some companies. Most competitive players from grocery sector are embracing advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning to streamline their supply chains, drive faster fulfillment and win the future.
Megvii MFC Solution
A small-scale urban “warehouse”
Leverages underused urban space
Shortens distance to the consumer
Facilitates same-day delivery
Saving of up to 75% for each fulfillment
CTUPSS AMR Visual Picking
Box storage robot system can help the warehouse to automate management and realize intelligent handling
It is used to realize intensive storage and efficient picking of tote or carton in order to shorten the order cycle time
The robot integrates a variety of sensors and has autonomous navigation, deep perception, intelligent obstacle avoidance and other functions
Applicable to a variety of depalletizing and palletizing solutions
Faster Order Picking
Use picking robots to keep up with the pace of e-commerce
Faster Order Delivery
This allows products to be stored much closer to the customer, which allows a quick delivery when they are purchased online.
Lower Operating Costs
Once a MFC is put into operation, the retailer can expect a sharp reduction of operating expenses.
Increased Product Variety
Storage space can be used four times more efficiently with warehouse automation.
Improving the visibility and transparency of cargo flow
Improved Workplace Safety
Picking robots can help prevent accidents such as falling from height, being struck by equipment.