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Built by UK online supermarket pioneer Ocado, the washing-machine sized bots have caught the eye of international retailers battling a shortage of workers and rising wage demands in a post-pandemic world. It has already struck deals to provide its technology to supermarket groups in eight countries including the United States, Japan and France. Luke Jensen, CEO of the London-listed company's technology arm, Ocado Solutions, told Reuters they want to automate the entire process from farm and factory gate to shopper's fridge, while driving up productivity at its sites known as customer fulfilment centres (CFCs).
Boxed to merge with ESG-focused Seven Oaks Acquisition Corp. (Nasdaq: SVOK) in 4Q Delivers high-repeat essentials in bulk from fulfillment centers to consumers and businesses SaaS partnerships with Aeon Co., 786 Holdings allowing global expansion Company projecting +40% 2022 YoY revenue growth; $1 billion in sales and 30% gross margin by 2026 Led by […]
Insiders who bought UK£55m worth of Ocado Group plc's ( LON:OCDO ) stock at an average buy price of UK£19.54 over the...