MHI 2023 Innovation Award Winner: HAI Robotics

May 27, 2023

Video highlighting HAI Robotics’ Autonomous Case-Handling Robot, which won MHI’s 2023 Best Innovation of an Existing Product Award

HAI Robotics, a leading company in the material handling and supply chain industry, has been awarded the prestigious 2023 MHI Innovation Award for the Best Innovation of an Existing Product.

The MHI Innovation Award aims to showcase the latest advancements in manufacturing and supply chain products and services. HAI Robotics’ submission demonstrated quantifiable and sustainable results in terms of ROI, cost savings, and customer satisfaction.

HAI Robotics’ groundbreaking solutions in automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) have redefined warehouse operations, maximizing storage capacity while streamlining workflow efficiencies. With their autonomous case-handling robots (ACRs), HAI Robotics enables companies to condense their storage footprint by up to 75% through vertical space utilization.

The recognition from MHI underscores HAI Robotics’ commitment to driving innovation and transforming the industry. Congratulations to HAI Robotics on winning the 2023 MHI Innovation Award and shaping the future of material handling and logistics.

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