Monday, November 18, 2019
PULSE Integration announces a strategic partnership with Tompkins Robotics, a leading provider of portable, scalable autonomous mobile robots. PULSE Integration and Tompkins Robotics will be offering this unique solution to their clients in the manufacturing, 3PL, and retail industries to help its clients streamline and improve fulfillment operations.
PULSE Integration is delighted to announce this partnership and is optimistic that this new affiliation will expand their expertise better allowing them to serve this growing industry sector and market’s needs. Tompkins Robotics offers the perfect complimentary partnership to PULSE Integration’s existing partnership with AutoStore storage solutions.
About PULSE Integration
PULSE Integration based in Pittston PA, combines design expertise, seamless integration, management transparency, and best in class digital and physical technologies to their approach in small- and large-scale supply chain solutions for manufacturing, 3PL, and retail marketplaces. PULSE Integration’s experienced team provides:
From system analysis to implementation, we believe clients should understand how and why selected engineered solutions work for them.
Technology Neutral Solutions
We are committed to providing the right solutions, not the popular ones. Your equipment and software selections should be based solely on how well they fit and function within your facility.
Our software designs include Industry 4.0 thinking, enabling all systems to be capable of eCommerce website integration, Internet of Things (IoT) communication and cloud computing ready.
During system design, we optimize the value chain and select qualified vendors, while aligning with strategic partners for essential system components.
About Tompkins Robotics
Tompkins Robotics t-Sort is a portable, scalable robotic sortation system that operates similar to a tilt tray sorter without a fixed track, moving freely to any divert or induction station along the shortest path. Capable of handling parcels and units as small as a penny and up to 66 pounds, the t-Sort system can process a wide variety of items including apparel, shoe boxes, general merchandise, shipping bags, small-to-medium boxes and more. Its applications include e-commerce, retail replenishment, returns, shipping and can even be deployed in the backroom of a postal or retail location.