Achievements / January 02, 2023

Marking 30% growth in 2022 driven by strong demand

Acme Intralog experienced double-digit growth in revenue in 2022 fuelled by robust demand for warehousing automation solutions in the region and internationally. The company achieved 30% increase in revenue  compared to FY2021 and also expanded their regional workforce by 24% in order to be able to cater to the increased demand for industrial automation solutions in the region. According to Navin Narayan, CEO of Acme Intralog:

Automation technology is pivotal to optimising warehousing operations for industries, and we are proud to say that our technology and services have helped to strengthen the regional retail, e-commerce and manufacturing sectors. ”

Navin Narayan added, “Among our notable achievements in 2022 are setting up fully automated storage facilities in UAE and Saudi Arabia for one of the biggest e-commerce companies worldwide and the completion of the largest palletisation system in the region for a F&B distribution centre. We also expanded to new markets in Central and South America.”

Acme now has over 20 engineers and technicians catering to customers in KSA. A new department dedicated to Design & Planning was added to Acme’s German office.

Commenting on the leading trends in warehousing automation for 2023, Narayan said: “Robots are playing a significant role in warehouses. They can be used for a wide range of tasks, such as sorting, picking, packaging, and fulfillment. We foresee an increased use of cobots that will work in collaboration with humans to complete mundane tasks. Cobots will assist distribution centres to achieve higher productivity while keeping costs and manpower use to a minimum.”

To create awareness of the company’s solutions and capabilities, Acme participated in various trade events in 2022 including Seamless Middle East, Gulfood Manufacturing, Global Supply Chain and Logistics Summit (SCLG), ADVETI Logistics & Supply Chain Industry Forum, LogiMAT (Germany) and ChemLogistics in Mumbai.

Key Takeaway
Acme Intralog achieved a 30% increase in revenue in 2022, driven by strong demand for warehousing automation solutions domestically and internationally. The company expanded its regional workforce by 24% to meet this demand. Acme Intralog set up fully automated storage facilities for a leading global e-commerce company in UAE and Saudi Arabia and completed the largest palletisation system in the region for an F&B distribution centre. Acme also participated in several trade events to showcase its solutions and capabilities. CEO Navin Narayan predicts increased use of collaborative robots in warehousing automation for 2023.
Posted: January 02, 2023