Tech startups have now begun to branch into the warehousing industry as an untapped market of opportunity. With online retail giant,, leading the way in its robotic warehousing systems, many tech-based companies are jumping into all facets of the warehousing industry. Here are some of those tech startups leading the way with warehouse innovations:

Temando– specializing in warehouse management and inventory tracking, Temando is at the front. Working with Asos, Trademe and Krispy Kreme, they allow its clients to create multiple warehouse locations and route orders from either the warehouses or retail stores, whichever is closest to the customer. Ultimately, it makes the inventory tracking and order fulfillment much more efficient and faster.

Seegrid– advancing the use of robotics in warehouse order fulfillment, Seegrid produces automated vision-guided vehicles (without lasers, wires, or magnets) for the use of order fulfillment and inventory management. Seegrid’s vehicles are used by BMW, Volvo, Walgreens, 3M, and USPS.

GetVU– GetVU and a few other companies (Atheer and XOEye) have introduced smart glasses that aid warehouse workers through augmented reality. The glasses allow workers to see vital information regarding navigation, stock quantities, order number and so on, thus speeding up the process of warehouse management.

QubeVu– revolutionizing the packaging aspect for businesses, QubeVu uses 3D-dimensioning technology to optimize packaging.

GrabIt– along the lines of improving packaging, GrabIt has patented electro-adhesion technology, which helps improve handling of items for inventory management.

Delhivery and Ecom Express– both of these companies are for businesses looking to outsource their warehousing management and order fulfillment because they do not have the physical space or want professionals to handle it in the most efficient way possible.

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