Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Market: Worldwide Industry Analysis and New Market Opportunities Explored

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Market: Worldwide Industry Analysis and New Market Opportunities Explored

Tier III Players Account for around 3/4th Revenue Share of the Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems Market

Top 10 vendors in the automated storage and retrieval systems market account for around 25-28% of the overall market share; yet, the automated storage and retrieval systems market continues to remain fragmented. The fragmentation in the market can be gauged from the fact that Tier III vendors account for nearly 75% market share.

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These tier III companies are concentrated in a specific state/province and their business model involves providing cost-effective solutions to SMEs. Though these companies do not have the deep pockets to scale up, collectively, they are a force to reckon with.

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems – Future of the Warehousing Industry

Recent transformations in the warehousing industry are bringing in state-of-the-art technologies to enhance warehousing functions and management. Automated warehouses are witnessing growing adoption, helping manufacturers meet their demands for obtaining greater throughput. A palpable shift of focus towards mitigating operational issues and enhancing performance of warehousing functions is triggering adoption of automated storage and retrieval systems across a range of sectors.

Leading stakeholders in the automated storage and retrieval systems market are attracting more investments from players in the warehousing industry by aiding them to boost the delivery speed, material handling flexibility, and transportation efficiency with technologically advanced automated storage and retrieval systems.

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Automated Storage and Retrieval System Vendors Witnessing Significant Growth in Developing Nations

Rapidly growing manufacturing sector and warehousing industry in emerging economies underscore the inherent growth opportunities for automated storage and retrieval system vendors in developing countries, such as China, India, as well as GCC countries. Increasing growth of the e-commerce and other industrial sectors, such as food & beverage and pharmaceuticals, in developing countries is attracting heavy investments from automated storage and retrieval system vendors.

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Apart from the manufacturing advantages in developing nations, stakeholders in the automated storage and retrieval systems market are benefiting from growing awareness about the importance of boosting warehousing efficiency with automation in these regions. With a significant rise in investment capabilities of industrial end-users in the emerging economies, stakeholders in the automated storage and retrieval systems market are modifying their business strategies to capture extraordinary growth opportunities in the developing nations.

Customized Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems for Distinctive End-use Applications

A majority of industrial end-users are implementing automated storage and retrieval systems that can help them enhance order accuracy, throughput capacity, while reducing warehousing operational costs. Leading market players are putting their efforts into delivering customized solutions to suit industry-specific applications, in order to maintain a competitive edge. Established stakeholders in the automated storage and retrieval systems market are leveraging their expertise in data gathering, design, construction, and technological innovations to deliver highly-customized automated storage and retrieval systems. Furthermore, top vendors in the automated storage and retrieval systems market are adopting next-generation technologies to provide a diverse product selection range in order to meet unique needs of end-users.

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