HANNOVER MESSE: DCL Realizes Flexible Automation Solution With Piab’s piCOBOT Gripper on an UR 10e Robot


April 21, 2021

Explosive e-commerce demand shows no signs of slowing, making third-party logistics (3PL) fulfillment centers a hot-bed for growth. “Our direct-to-consumer fulfillment solution has grown probably 20 percent year-over-year for the last five years,” says Brian Tu, Chief Revenue Officer at DCL Logistics, an omni-channel logistics company primarily servicing emerging and high-growth electronics, digitally native brands and medical technology devices through fulfillment centers in Kentucky, Los Angeles and the heart of Silicon Valley. “Our need to do direct-to-consumer fulfillment faster, at scale and cost effective has become increasingly more important.”


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Humber Students Take Home Gold at Skills Ontario Competition in Mechatronics

Humber Students Take Home Gold at Skills Ontario Competition in Mechatronics
Paxton C. (left) and Dillon K. (right) win gold at 2023 Skills Ontario Competition in Mechatronics (Team of 2)

Skills Ontario recently held the 2023 Skills Ontario Competition in person at the Toronto Congress Centre. It was the first in-person event after three years of it being held virtually during the COVID pandemic.

Paxton C. and Dillon K. won gold and advanced to compete in Toronto against the best-of-the-best from the province in the Mechatronics Contest. 

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