Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Market 2018 – Established Players Looking for Integration of IoT and Robotics to Grab Better Opportunities

The Insight Partners has announced the addition of the “Automated Storage and Retrieval System Market to 2025 by Types (Unit Load ASRS, Mini Load ASRS, Vertical Lift Module, Carousels and Others) and End-users (Automotive, Electronics, E-Commerce, Others) – Global Analysis and Forecasts” report to their offering.

April 17, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Pharmaceutical industry has been one of the highly regulated industries for 100% quality control compared to any other industry. Precision is one of the important aspects of any production activity. Extreme hygienic conditions are required in any pharmaceutical manufacturing process. ASRS solutions such as VLM offer dust-protection concept to safeguard these products to come in contact with any foreign particles. Automated Storage and Retrieval System market is expected to grow US$ 13.81 billion by 2025 from US$ 6.50 billion in 2016.

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Key trends which will predominantly effect Automated Storage and Retrieval System market in the coming years is automated storage and retrieval system market consolidation due to growing competition. Established players in the storage system arena are looking for integration of IoT and robotics to further grab better opportunities. Daifuku Co.Ltd., Kardex Group, Intelligrated and Interlake Mecalux are few of the major players in this market that provide solutions pertaining to automated storage and retrieval systems. The space and cost savings realized after implementations of automated storage and retrieval systems is reaping rich dividends for the users of it and thus, encouraging investments from various corners for further up gradations in the technology.

Automated Storage and Retrieval System market by end-user vertical is segmented into aerospace, automotive, electronics, e-commerce, retail, logistics, food & beverage, pharmaceutical, and others (agriculture, oil & gas, and construction). Several warehouses and industrial facilities are following a trend to install automated solutions to enhance their warehouse operations, worker safety and comfort as well as profits. Vertical lift module is one such automated storage and retrieval solution, which delivers benefits such as reduced labor costs, increased inventory control, space savings, accuracy & productivity, ergonomics, safety & protection and flexibility.

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The overall Automated Storage and Retrieval System market size has been derived using both primary and secondary source. The research process begins with an exhaustive secondary research using internal and external sources to obtain qualitative and quantitative information related to the market. Also, primary interview were conducted with industry participants and commentators in order to validate data and analysis. The participants who typically take part in such a process include industry expert such as VPs, business development managers, market intelligence managers and national sales managers, and external consultant such as valuation experts, research analysts and key opinion leaders specializing in the Automated Storage and Retrieval System industry.

List of Companies: Bastian Solutions, Inc., Daifuku Co. Ltd., Intelligrated, Interlake Mecalux, Kardex Group, Murata Machinery Ltd., System Logistics SpA, SSI Schaefer Systems International, Swisslog Holding AG and Vanderlande Industries B.V.

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