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The rapid growth of China’s e-commerce business has resulted in the creation of a massive and well-developed logistics market.
While the number of deliveries has increased dramatically, logistical and delivery processing has become the new battleground in the e-commerce business. For many logistics organisations, same-day and next-day deliveries have already been the standard, and “delivery within minutes” has also become the norm in order to meet consumers’ express delivery expectations, which are growing on a daily basis. Parcel Sorting Robots will assist logistics organisations in cutting logistical expenses while enhancing efficiency.
The China Parcel Sorting Robots Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
FedEx Express, in conjunction with logistics robotics solution supplier Dorabot, introduced its first AI-powered sorting robot in China, mirroring broader industry trends. The DoraSorter robot, which is stationed at the FedEx South China eCommerce Shipment Sorting Center, can handle small inbound and outbound parcels from online clients.
Shentong(STO), a Chinese delivery company based in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, is embracing automation. Through a code-scan, orange robots at the company’s sorting stations can identify the destination of a package, essentially eliminating sorting errors.
Shentong’s army of robots, which are made by Hikvision, are self-charging, which means they can work 24/7 and are more accurate than human labour. The company estimates that its robotic sorting technology saves money over a human-based sorting line.
In a Shanghai transit centre, Yunda Express (Shanghai) Co Ltd has erected a set of lengthy sorting lines with trays. It can run continuously for more than 20 hours a day.
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