Asetec, an AutoStore™ integrator in South Korea, joins the

BOSTON, May 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Right-handed robotics, a leader in autonomous and data-driven robotic order picking solutions, and Asetec, a logistics automation ICT company, have partnered for future robotic logistics center integration projects in South Korea. As an AutoStore™ integrator, Asetec will combine the world’s leading robotic storage system and other suitable technologies with RightHand Robotics’ award-winning RightPick™ item handling solution to expand its offer with a diversified range of automation.

Founded in 1996, Asetec is a turnkey integrator for logistics centers, providing its customers with software solutions for consultancy and engineering, design and construction of automation and AI (WMS/TMS/OMS/WCS ). Over the past three years, the company has experienced significant growth, with revenue generated from a combination of software products and system integrations. Throughout this time, the company has identified the strong need for AI-based robotic solutions that can be applied to supply chain and warehouse challenges for the South Korean market.

“In recent years, we have experienced phenomenal growth, particularly during COVID, as customer demand for robotic automation has multiplied, which has led us to adapt and improve our business and our product offering. products,” said JongSuk Park, Founder and CEO of Asetec. “To continue to meet market needs, we are excited to partner with RightHand Robotics, the leader in robotic parts picking, and offer a fully integrated RightPick-AutoStore system solution for South Korea.”

Asetec joins the RightHand Robotics Partner Integrator program, the company’s flagship strategic partnership initiative that makes it easier for end customers to adopt the RightPick platform and integrate with their preferred automation vendors. The new collaboration will accelerate the program’s growth initiative and further expand its reach in the Asian logistics market.

“We are excited to work with Asetec and gain traction in South Korea,” said Leif Jentoft, co-founder and CSO of RightHand Robotics. “With over 1,000 national customers, from pharmaceuticals to e-commerce to general merchandise, our RightPick technology will have many opportunities to integrate with Asetec’s AutoStore solution and fulfill customer orders at the national scale. We look forward to advancing Asetec’s business.

To learn more about the new partnership and the RightPick™ platform, visit RightHand Robotics at LogiMAT 2022 in Stuttgart, Germany, Hall 7 Stand A61. To learn more about joining the RightHand Robotics™ partner integrator network, contact us via our website.

About RightHand Robotics
RightHand Robotics builds an intelligent, data-driven order picking platform, delivering flexible, scalable automation for predictable order fulfillment. RightPick™ 3, their robotic coin picking solution, enables merchants to adapt to the new realities of online commerce. RightHand Robotics was founded in 2015 by a DARPA Challenge-winning team from Harvard Biorobotics Lab, Yale GRAB Lab, and MIT, with the intention of bringing grasping intelligence powered by computer vision and applied machine learning to solve real-world problems. The company is based in Somerville, Mass., outside of Boston. For more information, visit www.righthandrobotics.com/ or follow the company @RHRobotics.

About Asetec
As a leading logistics systems and solutions integrator for 26 years and one of the preferred companies of South Korea’s logistics industries, Asetec provides services including concept building as a consultant, system design and the installation and maintenance team. The company is based in Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do. For more information, visit www.asetec.co.kr or send an email to martin@asetec.co.kr.

Press contacts:
Gilmarie Perea-Ruiz
Trevi Communications for RightHand Robotics
media@righthandrobotics.com
+1-978-750-0333 ext. 107

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