Retail Robotics technology and Delipop model in the latest issue of the Omnichannel Voice magazine (Sept.-Oct. edition)

In the latest issue of the Omnichannel Voice magazine (September-October edition) we presented how Retail Robotics technologies and the Delipop model allow to optimize the last-mile delivery in e-grocery shopping. Why is it important? Because it enables sustainable urban development, increases profitability of last-mile delivery for retailers and provides greater convenience for consumers.

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Retail Robotics has started serial production of PickupHero and plans to implement it on several European markets in 2022

PickupHero technology allows to quickly build an extensive network of parcel lockers in convenience stores in agglomerations such as Paris, London or Warsaw, without an impact on the architecture of the city. At the end of 2021 Retail Robotics started mass production of machines at their factory in Tychy and this year the company plans to implement it on several European markets.

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Retail Robotics management and engineers team spent 3 days at National Retail Federation annual convention at Innovation Lab to present disruptive technologies for e-grocery and e-commerce: Arctan, Arctan Drive and PickupHero, which help retail to unleash its full potential through the power of automation, convenience and advanced UX. It was a great opportunity to meet with worldwide experts, retailers and investors and discuss how we can solve the last mile delivery problem by providing consumers and retailers with efficient click & collect options.

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On 16-18 January Retail Robotics’ team will take part in the Innovation Lab at NRF Retail's Big Show 2022 as one of the most visionary retail technologies creator, to demonstrate its advanced solutions: Arctan, Arctan Drive and PickupHero. Participation in this event is a unique opportunity to present them to the global audience and discuss how to transform the future of last mile delivery.

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Revolution is real. Paris premiere of the first multi-brand network of pickup points for e-grocery

A revolutionary click-and-collect network, that allows consumers to collect online food orders, will soon be launched in Paris. This network, based on robotic machines, enables fully automated order fulfillment at multi-brand collection points. Łukasz Nowiński, CEO and founder of Retail Robotics, and Hervé Street, president of Star Service Group, have signed a joint venture, investing together in the installation of first pick-up points - under the Delipop brand already in 2021.

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Automating the last mile in PUDO locations

How can modern robotic click&collect machines offer a super friendly and swift customer experience, at the same time increasing the profits of retailers? This topic was covered by Marek Rozycki and Ian Kerr from Last Mile Prophets in conversation with Michal Mierzejewski (Retail Robotics).

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Large format: robots set out to conquer supermarkets!

Parisians can already pick up their groceries with help of a safe, fast and modern click&collect machine. French television TF1 prepared material on Carrefour's stand alone Drive Piéton showing how Arctan works and how it influences customers' experience.

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Last Mile: Robotic Revolution

Our CEO, Łukasz Nowiński and Julian Kozankiewicz, Chief Product Officer are talking about their innovative machines which are already being deployed with their first major business partners.

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Retail Robotics is going worldwide!

Retail Robotics is counting on a dynamic increase in revenues thanks to the demand for e-shopping machines. They are developng two new robotics machines, which they want to sell primarily in markets such as France, UK and USA.

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The future of food technology!

Jon Springer from Winsight Grocery Business just released an article about the future of grocery click&collect. Robotic lockers, such as our Arctan can help unleash the growth e-grocery worldwide, by transforming the last mile.

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