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Smart Store Replenishment

Reduce Chain-wide Inventory, Replenish
Just-in-time, and Streamline Operations

Smart Store Replenishment

Reduce Chain-wide Inventory, Replenish Just-in-time, and Streamline Operations

Smart Store Replenishment

Reduce Chain-wide Inventory, Replenish Just-in-time, and Streamline Operations

Improve the Speed, Accuracy, Throughput, and Costs of Replenishing Your Stores

Move to a Just-in-time Replenishment Strategy or Combine With Pickup-in-Store eCommerce Orders

Our complete robotic picking solutions accommodate picking eaches, inner-packs, cases, bags, bottles, cans, blister packs, tubes, and other product packages to create aisle-friendly store orders contained in totes, cardboard boxes, and other store-bound containers. These solutions can include core storage and sequencing capabilities via mobile robots or shuttle sortation systems. Complete robotic solutions accommodate both manual and automated storage solutions depending on what makes sense for your business.

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Robotic Picking for Smart Store Replenishment

Robotic Picking for Smart Store Replenishment

Retailers understand the benefits of shipping smaller orders, more often to achieve chain-wide inventory reduction. However, few have implemented this strategy with much success – until now. Robotic picking makes shipping eaches, single items, inner packs, bags, bottles, blister packs, cans, and small cases economical for store replenishment. The solution continuously picks products from totes into store-bound containers based on the customer’s preferred strategy including: by department, aisle-friendly, or a custom sequence. The same system used for shelf re-stocking can also be used to pick and send eCommerce orders to stores for customer pick up as part of an interleaved order picking workflow.

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Future Proof Retail Distribution with Robotic Automation

Retailers around the globe are facing disruption due to changing market trends, consumer behavior, and new competition.

Conveyor and ASRS Implementations

Some retailers choose to integrate our solution directly with an existing ASRS or conveyor connected zone picking operation. Others feed our robotic picking solution by manually batch picking from traditional rack storage. All of our solution configurations pick products and sort to orders using the same pick cell modules and core software. Products are picked into store-bound containers, and the solution supports a range of standard box and tote sizes. The solution is ideal for enhancing existing operations to support smart store replenishment of individual items and inner packs making store shelf restocking efficient, fast, and easy.

Mobile Robotic Implementations

Some retailers choose a solution configuration that encompasses our mobile robotic capabilities in addition to robotic picking. This type of installation utilizes a FlexField consisting of an interconnected floor of FlexTiles on which mobile FlexBots move freely carrying both totes of product and store bound containers to and from robotic picking cells. Products are moved about the floor by the mobile FlexBots and presented to the pick cells in such a way that orders are picked in the specified sequence required by the customer’s individual stores. Orders are also picked and delivered to shipping areas in sequence to accommodate shipping schedules in addition to store aisle considerations.

Management Dashboard

A Web-based Management Dashboard for Tracking Work Progress on Desktops and Mobile Devices Is a Standard Component of Our Solutions. Picks-per-hour, Order Completion Status, and a Record of Every Item Picked Is Captured and Presented for the Customer to Monitor Locally And/Or Remotely. There Are Also Push Notifications Related to Order Completion Status and Inventory Availability for Each Pick Cycle.

Berkshire Grey Benefits


Pick apparel, health & beauty, hardware, housewares, toys, grocery, and non-perishables.


Pick individual polybags, cardboard, plastic, clamshells, fabric, bottles, loose items, and irregular shapes.


Easy to implement with a phased rollout in any facility.


Up to 3X faster than manual picking.


Small solution footprint fits with existing operations.

Rapid ROI

Minimize manual labor; reduce chain-wide inventory.

The Secrets of Robotic Picking

Learn why robotic automation systems aren’t as simple as replacing a human with a robot.

  • Recognize the common misconceptions of robotic picking.
  • Compare the strengths — and weaknesses — of different robotic pickers.
  • Understand the role AI and machine learning play in robotic systems.

Get Started with Berkshire Grey

Contact the BG Fulfillment Automation Sales Engineering Team to Learn How to:

  • Reduce operations expense by up to 70%.
  • Lessen your dependency on labor.
  • Bolster facility throughput by 25% to 50% with automation.
  • Get a customized ROI analysis of your specific environment and business.