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Swisslog, a supplier of warehouse automation and software program and KUKA subsidiary, has named Sean Wallingford as its new President and CEO of Swisslog Logistics. The corporate hopes that Wallingford will assist to reap the benefits of extra progress alternatives within the Americas and broaden the corporate’s market place within the area.
“Swisslog’s portfolio is properly positioned for progress within the Americas. We see probably the most potential for this progress and buyer worth in three principal areas. First is our built-in options, together with robot-based functions like our ACPaQ blended case palletizer. Second is standardized ASRS functions, together with our CarryPick order choosing answer and AutoStore. Third is clever software program, equivalent to our SynQ administration software program,” Wallingford stated. “I’m excited to assist our clients with the superior automation options and software program they should preserve their provide chains working effectively.”
Earlier than becoming a member of Swisslog, Wallingford was the President of Warehouse Options for North America at Vanderlande. There, he helped to drive progress within the North American area and direct the worldwide warehouse software program technique.
Wallingford additionally has nearly a decade of expertise at Honeywell Intelligrated, the place he held a number of roles together with Vice President of Software program Product Administration. There, he was chargeable for Honeywell Intelligrated’s software program technique and its Related DC Software program options.
In April 2022, Swisslog joined Berkshire Gray’s Accomplice Alliance program as a strategic methods integration accomplice.
Swisslog’s can also be an integration accomplice of AutoStore, an organization that gives a modular and versatile automated storage and retrieval system (ASRS). The ASRS answer is ready to retailer something from pallets to small cartons or bins. Swisslog firm additionally affords transport and conveyor methods, choosing and palletizing methods and software program options.
Swisslog, beforehand Sprecher + Schuh, was based in 1900 in Aarau, Switzerland. It was acquired by KUKA for $357 million in 2014.