Hy-Tek Intralogistics and Hai Robotics announce partnership

Hai Robotics' ASRS technologies, including their HaiFlex and HaiPick A3 solutions, to be leveraged under formalized partnership with Hy-Tek Intralogistics

Hy-Tek Intralogistics, an automation technology integrator, has partnered with Hai Robotics, a provider of automated warehouse solutions based on flexible robotics. With Hy-Tek's IntraOne enterprise logistics platform, the addition of Hai Robotics' automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) solutions will help reduce a customer's storage footprints, increase workflow efficiency, maximize order pick accuracy, and improve daily order fulfillment rate, the partners stated.

"We are excited to start our partnership with Hai, an up-and-coming innovator for the G2P space," said Zac Boehm, Vice President of Robotic Solutions at Hy-Tek Intralogistics. "By formalizing our partnership, it allows Hy-Tek to add to its existing solutions with a technology that allows for an earlier entry point with customers looking to adopt G2P technologies, further enforcing our goal to meet our customers where they are in their automation journey."

Changing economic conditions, an increasingly tight labor market and consumer spending habits require today's supply chain to be adaptable and provide a faster ROI for customers than in the past, according to the partners. Hai's technologies, including their brand new HaiFlex and HaiPick A3 solutions, will allow Hy-Tek to provide solutions to their customers faster than ever, the partners added.

"The Hai technology allows us to provide solutions that require fast start ups, future scalability, and competitive costs," said Dave Tavel, Senior Vice President of Sales at Hy-Tek Intralogistics. "There is no reason to delay your adoption of robotics as a strategy for fulfillment. Hai's technology will support your business today and into the future, and Hy-Tek Intralogistics' platform, IntraOne will manage and optimize our customer's operations."

With Hai's solutions, customers can further improve operational efficiency and storage density, meeting the needs of warehouses, DCs, and factories in the apparel, retail, e-commerce, and 3PL industries.

"Hy-Tek has been a strong organization in the market since before I began my career. I've always had a lot of respect for the quality of their solutions, equipment, and systems," said Brian Reinhart, Hai Robotics CRO. "Hy-Tek's commitment to growth and integration has positioned the company to be an industry leader for years to come and Hai Robotics, having done the same on the manufacturing side, is very excited about the partnership."

Headquartered in Columbus, OH, Hy-Tek Intralogistics serves clients in diverse end markets and applications, including e-commerce, third-party logistics, and parcel.

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