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Posted on: Oct. 1, 2018, 8:01 a.m.
The use robots and driveless trucks will change the real estate requirements of logistics tenants, new reports claim. : Automated warehouses manned at least partially by robots are likely to become mainstream in the future, as warehouse tenants look for ways to overcome a growing labor shortage. Online giant Amazon is already using robots made by Kiva—square-shaped, yellow machines—in multiple fulfillment centers. The 16-inch tall wheeled machines, which automate the picking and packing processes, cut merchandise cycle time down from ... Full investment news articleRelevent to this post: Prologis,