Geek+, Reesink Logistic Solutions Partnership Expands AMR Presence in Northern Europe

The partnership will help both companies provide automated mobile robots to Northern Europe, with a focus on the Netherlands, Germany, and Poland.

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Geek+ partnered with Reesink Logistic Solutions (RLS) to collectively target Northern Europe, with a focus on the Netherlands, Germany, and Poland.

“The warehouse automation market is becoming increasingly competitive and dense. In order to stay ahead of future developments, the RLS companies have always looked for state-of-the-art technologies to add to the product portfolio. We strongly believe that the Geek+ systems speak for themselves and open a new world of possibilities in our market. We are therefore thrilled about this new partnership and look forward to adding the AMRs to our integrated solutions,” says Gert Bossink, VP of Royal Reesink and division director of Reesink Logistic Solutions.

Geek+ entered the European market in 2019 and has grown the business here at a fantastic pace, accelerating the development of the e-commerce phenomenon in the territory. We are now looking into building a strong and highly-professional network of partners and are glad to have Reesink Logistic Solutions among them, with a mature and stable footprint in Europe,” says Jackson Zhang, president of Geek+ Europe.

From PR Newswire:

  • Geek+ is a global autonomous mobile robot (AMR) producer, with six product lines that solve warehouse tasks like picking, moving, sorting, forklift, shuttle and collaborative robots.
  • Geek+ is particularly strong in the field of goods-to-person picking, with thousands of its flagship P-800 robots in operation around the world.
  • RLS is the European warehouse automation division of Royal Reesink, a global group of companies headquartered in the Netherlands, offering a wide range of solutions, from warehouse cranes, high bay warehouses, conveyors and shuttle systems, to connecting software integration and new technologies like AMRs.