Market Report: Goods-to-Person Ecommerce Fulfilment Robotics 2019

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Accelerated growth in a dynamic and nascent market with 100% year on year increase from $250m in 2018 to $400-500m in 2019. Further growth expected

In the 12 months since our 2018 report there has been several developments. Two companies raised in excess of $100m each. One customer ordered 5,000 AMR's in one order (yes, we have added our view on the reason for such a large order).

Hybrid robots are appearing, ASRS solutions focus primarily on the online grocery segment (possibly due to a perceived low ecommerce penetration in the grocery sector) and Ocado is set for increasing competitive pressures, despite orders from Kroger, ICA and others.

This report provides readers with an overview of the Goods to Person robotics market (with particular focus on ecommerce warehouse fulfilment use case) dynamics, segments, competitors and quick insights on what is happening with picking robotics.

Suppliers profiled in this report include:
ATTABotics, Alert Innovation, Ocado, AutoStore, 6 River Systems, Opex, Exotec, Scallog, Grenzebach, Cleveron, MiR, Magazino, IAM Robotics, Fetch Robotics, Vecna Robotics, Quicktron, Geek+, HIK Vision, GreyOrange, iRobot, inVia Robotics, Canvas Technology, Takeoff Technologies (Knapp), Swisslog, Syrius, Berkshire Grey, CommonSense Robotics, Bionic Hive, Boxed, iFuture Robotics, Siasun, Nextshift Robotics, Locus, Storojet, Gebhardt, Myrmex, Eiratech, Aresbots, Malu Innovation, and Prime Robotics

STIQ's primary research for this report included:

  • interviews with 50+ sector experts

  • Interviews with 20+ suppliers

  • Visits to numerous international trade shows


The responsible analyst for this report is


Tom Andersson
+44 7870 210529


For board level briefings, further research & insights, bespoke reports or to sponsor this report please contact Tom.

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