Disrupting the traditional supply chain operations through robotic automation
MIT Technology Review revealed its annual global list of Innovators under 35 today. The coveted list features GreyOrange’s Co-Founder
and CEO, Samay Kohli as an entrepreneur for his outstanding contribution in the field of Computer and Electronics Hardware. For over a decade and a half,
MIT Technology Review, a globally renowned and referred technology publication has been recognizing exceptionally talented technologists whose work has the
potential to transform the world. GreyOrange is a robotics firm that designs, manufactures and deploys advanced robotics systems for automation at warehouses,
distribution and fulfilment centres across the world. These robotic solutions help businesses transform their supply chains with highly productive, efficient, and
automated warehouses. GreyOrange’s flagship products include – the GreyOrange Butler, an artificial intelligence powered goods-to-person
robotic system that automates inventory
management in a warehouse And the GreyOrange Sorter that automates profiling and sortation of outgoing packages in a warehouse. These solutions dramatically
enhance the efficiency and accuracy of warehouse operations, helping companies significantly improve brand experience for their customers.
Samay Kohli has been involved with robotics for over a decade now, winning several robotic competitions around the world, and even conducting robotic workshops globally – including institutions like Stanford University, Louisiana University, MIT, IITs, IIIT, NITs and many more. Samay Kohli and Akash Gupta, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, founded GreyOrange in 2011. The company today boasts of a 500+ strong workforce, and a phenomenal growth rate of 300% Year-On-Year. Company’s 33% workforce and revenues are dedicated towards R&D, making it one of leading robotic automation players globally. Headquartered in Singapore, currently, GreyOrange has operations in India, Hong Kong and Japan. It has recently expanded business to the Middle East and China markets.