Berkshire Grey is a robotics and AI company delivering retail, ecommerce, and logistics fulfillment automation to global Fortune 100 companies.
Berkshire Grey helps customers compete and grow with intelligent robotic systems that automate tasks never before performed by machines in commercial settings.
Berkshire Grey was founded in 2013 by Tom Wagner. The company is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts, with an office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Berkshire Grey deploys intelligent robotic solutions to automate tasks never before performed by machines in commercial settings. Berkshire Grey solutions automatically pick, pack, and sort individual items, inner packs, cases, and parcels to automate omni-channel warehouse and distribution operations.
Berkshire Grey’s customers typically optimize picking labor costs in break pack and ecommerce operations by 70% to 80% and improve throughput by 25% to 35%.
Berkshire Grey solutions, through first-in-class technologies in artificial intelligence, computer vision, machine learning, advanced sensing, novel gripping, and robotics, handle the broadest assortment of products, packaging, and parcels – and all while continuously improving speed and performance through autonomous learning.
Berkshire Grey is backed by SoftBank, Khosla Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Canaan Partners and others. The company raised $263M in a Series B financing on Jan 21, 2020. This brings Berkshire Grey's total funding to $266M to date.