Make-in-India scheme holds massive potential in warehousing
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Make-in-India scheme holds massive potential in warehousing

The Make-in-India scheme by the Indian government is holding immense potential in the warehousing sector. During the India Warehouse Show in Delhi, Make-in-India technologies dominated the first day of the event.

On the third day of the event, modern robots, exoskeletons for lifting weight, the quick building of the warehouse, and other advanced technologies were shown. The Made-in-India robot was the main center of attraction.

An engineer at Addverb Technologies, Sarthak Upadhyay, said that robotic technologies are used in warehousing to sort goods.

He said that with robot technology, hours of work get completed in minutes. The robots can sort goods within minutes and deliver them to the right segment in the warehouse, which eases the industrial functions.

Co-founder of Addverb Technologies, Amit Kumar, said that Make-in-India had the opportunity to initiate robotics technology, and now its business has expanded overseas. The company has its offices in the US and Australia, and it is supplying robots to many multinational companies.

The second center of attraction of the event was a mechanical exoskeleton for workers.

Co-founder of Genelek Technologies, Vivek Pany, said that the company invented an exoskeleton for the workers who lift weights at the warehouse and other facilities. The mechanical exoskeleton can lift weight manually. It helps the workers to lift more weights without any negative effect on their backs and knees.

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The Make-in-India scheme by the Indian government is holding immense potential in the warehousing sector. During the India Warehouse Show in Delhi, Make-in-India technologies dominated the first day of the event. On the third day of the event, modern robots, exoskeletons for lifting weight, the quick building of the warehouse, and other advanced technologies were shown. The Made-in-India robot was the main center of attraction. An engineer at Addverb Technologies, Sarthak Upadhyay, said that robotic technologies are used in warehousing to sort goods. He said that with robot technology, hours of work get completed in minutes. The robots can sort goods within minutes and deliver them to the right segment in the warehouse, which eases the industrial functions. Co-founder of Addverb Technologies, Amit Kumar, said that Make-in-India had the opportunity to initiate robotics technology, and now its business has expanded overseas. The company has its offices in the US and Australia, and it is supplying robots to many multinational companies. The second center of attraction of the event was a mechanical exoskeleton for workers. Co-founder of Genelek Technologies, Vivek Pany, said that the company invented an exoskeleton for the workers who lift weights at the warehouse and other facilities. The mechanical exoskeleton can lift weight manually. It helps the workers to lift more weights without any negative effect on their backs and knees. Image Source

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