Kraft Heinz venture arm lends a hand to leverage robot tech

On-demand fulfillment services startup Fabric has just raised additional investment in its Series B round led by Evolv Ventures, the investment arm of Kraft Heinz. Evolv focuses on strategic investments from emerging tech companies across the food chain. 

A new fulfilment reality 

Startup Fabric seemed to fit the bill as it bagged this undisclosed amount – so what plans do they have? Well, they´re on a mission to change the game of business and offer a new e-commerce and fulfilment reality. They want to develop retail and logistics by providing on-demand fulfilment platform that optimizes client satisfaction. How will they do it? Faster deliveries and company profitability.

The company is offering production leverages with their advanced robotic technology, allowing more profitable processes for businesses and more choices for consumers like home delivery or curbside pickup.

Always evolving 

In October 2018 Fabric launched the world’s smallest automated fulfillment center and today the site processes up to 600 orders a day. What does 2020 hold?

Want to know more? @robotics&automation 

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