Evergreen Tackles Peak Season with Less Walking for More Orders

When Evergreen, a leading home, hearth, yard and garden retailer, faced significant challenges due to labor and supply chain issues, the company knew it needed automation to optimize operations and throughput while minimizing labor needs.

After deploying GreyOrange goods-to-person automation and GreyMatter multiagent orchestration, Evergreen has been able to realize significant labor savings. The transition from 80-90 people in their manual piece pick operation to 21 operators picking at 14 stations is driving increased throughput, accuracy and inventory visibility. Plus, Evergreen can now scale operations on demand, with the ability to handle an extra 4,500 units per hour during peak periods.

Watch the video to get the details from Evergreen’s CEO and Inventory Manager.

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