Automation in material handling is not a new concept; in fact, automation has supported production since the loom transformed textiles in the early 19th century. More recently, as automation technology has become more capable, some are concerned about how this will influence employment. Although it certainly makes sense to consider the impact of automation on the material handling workforce, the collaboration between automated robotics and humans is not a zero-sum game. Some low wage, ...

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