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India-Based GreyOrange Relocates-Plans Roswell, Georgia, Global Headquarters

GreyOrange, a global leader in AI-enabled software and robotics for fulfillment automation, is investing more than $1 million to relocate its global headquarters to Roswell, Georgia. The company plans to create 200 jobs in the area.

According to state officials, the company’s new site includes 110,000 square feet of office and warehousing space that serves as a global fulfillment center for building and shipping autonomous mobile robots.

“Atlanta is internationally known as a ‘supply chain city’ due to the infrastructure, university support, and leading companies headquartered in the metropolitan area,” GreyOrange COO Jeff Cashman said. “Atlanta is the perfect environment to accelerate the evolution and growth of GreyOrange as we continue to innovate intelligent fulfillment concepts for our global customers.”

The company’s key leadership, operations, and go-to-market executives are now based in Roswell, including the company’s chief executive officer, chief technology officer, chief operating officer, chief marketing officer, and vice president of global sales.

“GreyOrange’s decision to move their global headquarters to Georgia is yet another example of the state’s long-term investments in our logistics infrastructure continuing to pay off,” GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson said. “I’m confident that by moving their hub here, GreyOrange will be even better equipped to help their international clients streamline processes and fulfill orders even faster.”

Founded in New Delhi, India, and with operations there as well as in the U.S., Europe, and Japan, GreyOrange leverages artificial intelligence and robotics to optimize fulfillment operations for companies worldwide.

“GreyOrange’s decision to locate their global headquarters in metro Atlanta reflects the ongoing strength of our supply chain and technology ecosystem,” Katie Kirkpatrick, president and CEO of the Metro Atlanta Chamber, said. “Our region’s e-commerce capabilities and digital supply chain focus are among the many assets that make metro Atlanta the #SupplyChainCity and an attractive choice for global technology leaders like GreyOrange.”

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