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Robots in footwear warehouses – how they improve Zalando’s logistics operation

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Free Webinar: Automation for shoe warehouse operations – how to significantly improve your operation.


Mobile robots conquering shoe warehouses – it’s time to learn how they support footwear retailers, brands, and 3PL’s to cope with order picking of shoe boxes in times of volatile demand and skyrocketing online business.

German robotics company Magazino has partnered up with the British Footwear Association (BFA) and is excited to launch a UK roadshow that will bring the mobile robot, TORU, right into the warehouse of interested companies. Lucy Reece-Raybould (BFA) welcomed Bruno Ramos Caballer (Zalando) and Frederik Brantner (Magazino) to discuss the use-case of the Magazino robots at the Zalando logistics center in Lahr, Germany. 

In this webinar you will learn more about the topics:

  • The challenges of automating the logistics of footwear
  • Why and how the fashion platform Zalando uses picking robots (case-study)
  • Video of the Magazino robots at the Zalando logistics center
  • Costs and benefits of running a robot fleet
  • Q&A - Questions from the audience to Zalando or Magazino
Presenter

Lucy Reece-Raybould

CEO British Footwear Association.
Presenter

Bruno Ramos Caballer

Team Lead Logistics Innovation at Zalando SE
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Frederik Brantner

Frederik Brantner (CEO) is one of the founders of Magazino. Since the start in 2014, he grew the robotics company to the largest team in perception-driven robotics in Europe with currently more than 100 employees. Magazino is one of the first companies that brought mobile picking robots into live operations at several customer sites. Magazino raised over USD 50 million VC in total and its investors include Jungheinrich AG, Körber Group, Zalando SE, Henderson and FIEGE Logistics.