“Companies are desperately trying to keep up with Amazon and their impressive (and still improving) delivery/shipping options. However, warehouse labor is still struggling due to 1. keeping up with demand and 2. retaining workers under harsh logistics conditions that are simply the nature of the job. People still have immense ability over machines when it comes to sorting/loading details.

While some robotics are used currently, their abilities are very limited, due to factors like storing these giant robots and the limitless variations in package specs they would be dealing with to get on and off trucks. Amazon suggests another 10 years before all the kinks are worked out for robotics in delivery, and then it’s prime time.”

Adam Abushagur

 

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