AMH Material Handling has announced its new partnership with Geek+ as an official UK distributor. As material handling, automation and maintenance specialists, AMH will not only be providing servicing and maintenance support to all UK customers but it will also be supplying Geek+ products as part of its warehouse solutions.
Geek+ is a global technology company offering leading intelligent logistics solutions. The advanced robotic and AI solutions can be integrated into automated material handling and logistics systems. The company develops solutions which can automate the process of picking, moving, sorting and retrieving products to improve productivity within warehouses.
Utilising Geek+ robotic technology, AMH is now able to produce flexible and versatile design concepts which allow companies to adapt to the trends of the market place without committing to large investments in fixed automation technology.
As well as supplying Geek+ robotic products within the UK, AMH has also been appointed as a UK service partner to provide 24/7 national support for all new Geek+ customers in the UK.
Adrian Carter, sales director at AMH Material Handling explains: “Over the last few years automation within warehouses has become essential and, as part of this, we have seen a rise in the use of robotics and AI solutions. The Geek+ brand and product portfolio are globally recognised and our initial discussions focused on a service partnership in the UK.
“This mutual interest led to both AMH Material Handling and Geek+ developing a close working relationship which has now seen AMH appointed as an official UK distributor as well as a service partner. Our team has received robust training about the technology allowing us to support and service UK customers.
“AMH is now able to design, specify and deliver material handling and logistics solutions incorporating Geek+ technology. This allows the customer to maintain one single point of contact during the whole process from design through to installation.
“This is a really exciting partnership and we predict it will lead to the continuous advancement of automated installations for faster and more efficient supply chain solutions,” concludes Carter.