- Bot-Verse was constructed in a record time of one year with an investment of 30M USD
- It has the capacity to manufacture 100,000 robots per year while generating more than 3,000 highly skilled jobs
- The site will be a landmark in sustainability with a green cover of 20,000 sq. m
Dubai, 9th July, 2023: Addverb, a leading global robotics and automation company, headquartered in India, commissioned its second greenfield robot manufacturing factory, in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh state of India. The factory was inaugurated by the honourable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh state, Yogi Adityanath, and will be the second manufacturing unit set up by Addverb in Uttar Pradesh in a span of three years. Addverb also recently opened a Software Development Centre in Noida, which delivers value-added software for warehouse robotics and material handling solutions to global clients. Addverb has generated revenue of more than 145M USD since its inception in 2016 and aims to become a billion-dollar revenue company by 2027. In addition to rapid growth in India, Addverb is expanding its footprint and market share across the Middle East, including the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
Spread over 60,700 sq. m., Bot-Verse has a manufacturing capacity to deliver 100,000 robots annually of different specifications and categories, namely Autonomous Mobile Robot (Dynamo), Robotic Sorter (Zippy), Multi-Carton Picking Robot (Veloce), Carton Shuttle (Quadron), Pallet Shuttle (Cruiser), Vertical Sortation Robot (SortIE), Multi-Level Shuttle (Medius), Collaborative Robots, and Mother-Child ASRS (Multi-Pro) system. Bot-Verse will also be a landmark in sustainable manufacturing with a green cover of 20,000 sq. m, a micro forest cover of 900 sq. m, which will have more than 100 native species, along with a bio-retention pond with a capacity to harvest 800 kilo Litre of rainwater, providing a home to many native species of flora and fauna. The state-of-the-art facility, where robots will make robots, will provide more than 3,000 highly skilled jobs to the youth of the nation.
Present on the occasion, Mr. Jalaj Dani, Chairman of Addverb, said, “The establishment of this plant in India will contribute to enhancing the country’s robotics ecosystem, fostering innovation, and positioning India as a prominent player in the global robotics industry, driving technological advancements and economic growth. We are optimistic about bringing this same vision to our global growth plans.”
“This brand-new facility will establish Addverb as a global robot manufacturing giant and will also help develop a robotics ecosystem in India by delivering cutting-edge software and robust hardware systems to form a mix of innovative fixed and flexible automation solutions,” addressed Pieter Feenstra, CEO EMEA, at Addverb. He added, “Bot-Verse is a one-of-a-kind mobile robot manufacturing facility, which will enable us to fulfil the global demands of robots for our clients and help us ultimately to expand our presence in the Middle East.”
Launched in 2016, Addverb provides smart end-to-end warehouse automation solutions. Addverb’s headquarters and manufacturing facilities are in India, with R&D facilities both in India and the US, and subsidiaries in Dubai, Australia, Singapore, the Netherlands, and the United States. The fleet of automated robots and various material handling technologies, combined with in-house system integration and software solutions, improves warehouse operations’ space optimisation, efficiency, performance, and accuracy.
Addverb solves its customers’ problems through a four-pronged approach. It discovers the right automation for a customer’s problem; designs a tailor-made solution with its self-manufactured products, develops and executes the project, and delivers dedicated after-sales support.
Addverb boasts a wide portfolio consisting of Autonomous Mobile Robots, Sorting Robots, Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems, and Picking Technologies, fuelled by enterprise software; with a wide range of customers like PepsiCo, DHL, Flipkart, Unilever, Patanjali, PAR Pharma, Johnson & Johnson, and 300+ more.
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