GreyOrange secures Series D backing for next-gen platform and robots.

GreyOrange, a warehouse robotics and software company, has raised $135 million in its Series D funding round. The Atlanta-based company plans to use the investment to accelerate its technology leadership and continue expanding globally. GreyOrange’s approach to warehouse and retail automation focuses on hardware-agnostic software, certified robots, and sensors. The company aims to enhance customer experiences and operational efficiency by keeping the needs of its customers at the center of its product and solution roadmap. GreyOrange offers various products and solutions, including artificial intelligence-driven autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), fulfillment orchestration platforms, goods-to-person (G2P) automation, assistive picking robots, and sortation and conveyance systems. The company’s growth and adoption rate with Fortune 500 customers demonstrates its capability to lead in the global supply chain automation space. The Series D funding round was led by Anthelion Capital, and other investors included Mithril, 3State Ventures, and Blume Ventures.