Fashion retailer Gap rushes robots into warehouses to assemble online orders

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Fashion retailer Gap rushes robots into warehouses to assemble online orders

'Never get tired, never take breaks'.

US apparel chain Gap is speeding up its rollout of warehouse robots for assembling online orders so it can limit human contact during the coronavirus pandemic. Gap reached a deal early this year to more than triple the number of item-picking robots it uses to 106 by the fall. Then the pandemic ...

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