Story originally appeared in Logistics Update Africas on June 25, 2020. Excerpts from the story below. To see the full story visit LogisticsUpdateAfrica.com.

The robotics platform is powered by Blue Yonder’s Luminate Platform with machine-learning (ML)-driven task management capabilities that enable the highest level of warehouse operational efficiency.

“By using Blue Yonder’s Luminate platform, DHL was able to offer a solution that can be implemented across all of its distribution centre sites seamlessly through a cloud SaaS application. In the age of labour market shortages during peak season, DHL sites can now bring on a robotics vendor quickly to augment its resource capacity and support its workforce,” said Girish Rishi, CEO, Blue Yonder.