Global market leader in contract logistics solutions, DHL Supply Chain and leader in autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), Locus Robotics, have announced the deployment of fully integrated LocusBots in a first for the Asia Pacific region.

The multi-customer digital solution LocusONE adheres to the complex quality assurance profiles and regulations for medical device customers, Cardinal Health and Terumo. 

LocusONE, the industry’s first data science-driven warehouse automation platform for enterprise-wide AMR deployments, brings value by providing powerful insights that drive informed decision making. LocusONE transforms complex information into actionable intelligence.

DHL Supply Chain Australia and New Zealand CEO, Steve Thompsett said, “At DHL Supply Chain Australia, we are leading the industry in automation research and development to create truly scalable, efficient and effective solutions for our customers. It’s important for us to innovate and to consistently optimise our customers’ supply chains.”

Locus Robotics CEO, Rick Faulk added, “We are thrilled to expand our global partnership with DHL Supply Chain into the region. This collaboration represents a significant step towards enhancing capacity, optimising operational processes, and elevating DHL’s customer experiences. Together, we are paving the way for a more intelligent, agile, and sustainable supply chain future.”

This automated solution is GAMP 5 (Good Automated Manufacturing Practice) validated and is certified for medical and pharmaceutical distribution. DHL now has robotic solutions in all key geographies (North America, Latin America, Europe, United Kingdom, Asia Pacific), and plans to deploy up to 5,000 bots in the years to come.