Outlook on the Warehouse Automation Global Market to 2027 -

2022-06-19 00:32:52 By : Ms. Shally Liu

May 30, 2022 05:23 ET | Source: Research and Markets Research and Markets

Dublin, May 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Warehouse Automation Market - By Technology (AGV/AMR, ASRS, Conveyors, Sortation, Order Picking, AIDC, Palletizing and WMS/WES/WCS), By Industry (E-commerce, Grocery, Apparel, F&B, Pharma), By Regions" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

According to this report the global warehouse automation market is expected to touch the mark of $41 Billion by 2027, at a CAGR of almost 15% between 2022 and 2027. Year 2021 witnessed a huge order intake for warehouse automation companies but revenue growth was limited due to supply chain constraints. As a result, industry has also entered in 2022 with a record order backlog which is great sign for the future potential of this market. Order intake has been led by Dematic with more than $5 Billion in 2021 followed by Honeywell Intelligrated (~50% YoY growth) and Daifuku (~30% YoY growth). The growth of this market can be attributed to the growth in the e-commerce industry, multichannel distribution channels, e-grocery penetration with dark stores & ultrafast delivery services, globalization of supply chain networks, emergence of autonomous mobile robots and rising need for same day / same hour delivery. The boom in e-commerce is compounding the major labour challenges faced by the $5T global logistics industry. Not only are shipment volumes growing rapidly, but online retail also typically requires more logistical work per item than brick & mortar retail. Indeed, online purchases require individual picking packing and shipping, as opposed to the bulk transportation models of traditional brick & mortar retail. Our 3rd version of this market study is having a detailed market analysis of more than 650+ players (part of our exclusive Market Map), 10 solutions, 7 industries and 30 countries along with 550 pages, 355 Market Tables, 293 Exhibits and 134 Company Profiles. Analysis is validated through 100+ in-depth interviews across the value chain with components and technology providers, system integrators & manufacturers, software and services providers, and end-user industry verticals. Of course, the push to automate the warehouses was in full force before the Covid-19 but global pandemic forced the companies to change their strategy w.r.t warehouse automation from "good to have" category to "must to have" if they have to sustain in this industry. One of the learnings from the COVID-19 pandemic is that mega-trends like aging population, globalisation, health & safety, mobility, green logistics, autonomous world, urbanisation, individualisation and digitization need to be given more consideration and weight than in the past with a long-term vision so that we are ready with any challenge. Post pandemic, most important and emerging trends have been eGrocery growth, Micro-Fulfillment Centers, Dark Stores and automated cold storages.

Huge investment for start-ups like Takeoff technologies, Fabric, Attabotics, Exotec Solutions, Hai Robotics, Addverb Technologies, SEER, Dexterity, Nuro, and Youibot are witnessing this growth along with presence of existing big players like Dematic, Honeywell Intelligrated, SSI Schafer, Knapp, Daifuku, Muratec, AutoStore, and Toyota Advance Logistics. Retailers such as Walmart, Kroger, Coop, Woolworths, Amazon, Ocado, Meijer, Carrefour, H-E-B, Albertsons, and Ahold Delhaize have already started adopting and implementing these new technologies during pandemic.

Apart this, piece picking players such as Righthand Robotics, Nimble, Fizyr, Kindred, Covariant, OSARO, Plus One Robotics, Berkshire Grey, and AWL have established a new attractive capability for order picking in ecommerce fulfillment as picking is least automated process in existing warehouses. Analytical Insights

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Key Topics Covered: 1 Warehouse Automation

2 Warehouse Automation Technology Breakdown 2.1 Warehouse Management System (Wms), Warehouse Execution Systems (Wes) and Warehouse Control Systems (Wcs) 2.1.1 Warehouse Management System (Wms) Entry Functions Location Functions Stock Control Functions Exit Functions 2.1.2 Warehouse Control System (Wcs) 2.1.3 Warehouse Execution System (Wes) 2.2 Automatic Identification and Data Capture 2.3 Conveyors, Sorting and Overhead Systems 2.4 Autonomous Guided Vehicles (Agvs) and Autonomous Mobile Robots (Amrs) 2.5 Automated Storage and Retrieval System (As/Rs) or Pallet Rack 2.6 Palletizing/Depalletizing Systems 2.7 Order Picking 2.7.1 Currently Available Technologies Are Capable of Delivering Fully Automated Picking Solutions 2.7.2 Small-Scale Automation Solutions Exist But Are Unlikely to Provide Sustainable Profits 3 Warehouse Automation Business Model, Drivers and Trends 4 Covid-19 Pandemic - Impact on Warehouse Automation 5 Warehouse Automation Drivers and Trends 6 Warehouse Automation Market, by Technology

7 Warehouse Automation Market, by End-User Industry 8 Warehouse Automation Market Share, by Country 9 Warehouse Automation Developments - Major Customers 9.1 Amazon 9.1.1 The Expanding (Accelerating) Role of Robot-Enabled Fulfilment 9.1.2 The Benefits of Automation/Robotics 9.1.3 There is Still More Room for Improvement 9.1.4 Automation Beyond Amazon'S Traditional Retail Operations 9.1.5 Amazon - Last Mile Delivery (Scout and Prime Air Drone) 9.1.6 Amazon Small Delivery Hubs - Urban Warehouses 9.1.7 Expansion Plan 9.2 Jd. Com 9.2.1 Warehouse Automaton 9.2.2 Delivery Drones 9.2.3 Autonomous Delivery Robots 9.3 Walmart 9.3.1 Alphabot Micro-Fulfilment Centre 9.3.2 Walmart Consolidation Centres 9.3.3 Last Mile Delivery 9.4 Tesco 9.5 Kroger 9.6 Ocado 9.6.1 Ocado Smart Platform (Osp) 9.6.2 Ocado is Distributing and Licensing Its Technology to Other Retailers 9.7 Asos 9.8 Zalando 10 Competitive Landscape 11 Emerging Technologies

12 Company Profiles 13 Agv & Amr - Key Players 14 Autonomy Service Providers (Asp) 15 Machine Vision & Imaging 16 Battery & Chargers 17 Motion Control 18 Piece Picking Robots 19 Warehouse Management System Providers 20 Automatic Identification and Data Capture (Aidc) 21 Warehouse Drones

23 Research Methodology For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/sv5vc