Dematic takes home Logistics - Technology win at SBR International Business Awards
The company gives Singapore the competitive edge in robotics and automation.
Global engineering company Dematic clinched the win in the Logistics - Technology at the SBR International Business Awards for enabling Singapore's and Asia's leading companies to remain competitive amongst global competitors through its leading-edge robotics and automation.
The company’s track record of innovation has accelerated in recent years to address changing customer demands, with a number of significant robotics and automation firsts in Singapore including the high-performance order fulfillment systems with robotic shuttles for a leading logistics company, the highly automated order fulfilment system for store replenishment currently implemented in grocery stores, and a robotic picking solution in the country.
Dematic’s capabilities being provided to leading companies also ensures that Singapore remains the ideal regional hub for multinational companies for its greater operational capacities, productivity, efficiency and superior service levels to customers.
It has also expanded employment opportunities and employee skills alongside its growth into new markets, sectors, and advancements in solutions. This includes working closely with universities such as the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University of Singapore to provide internships leading to career options.
The firm’s local teams have grown from 50 to over 200 employees in just the past decade, with the Singapore office becoming the regional headquarters for Dematic Asia Pacific in 2021.
“Dematic takes great pride in developing its people and teams into the best the automation industry has to offer, creating a work environment built on teamwork, collaboration, and commitment to Dematic’s customers,” the company said.
SBR International Business Awards honours foreign companies in Singapore and recognises their outstanding projects that successfully earned them a foothold in the city-state.