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About Tompkins Solutions

Tompkins Solutions is a supply chain consulting and implementation firm. Tompkins Robotics, a business unit of Tompkins Solutions, is a provider of autonomous mobile robot (AMR) solutions. The company develops and deploys a portable automated sortation system, t-Sort, a unit and parcel sortation system that is patented for North America and Europe.

Tompkins Solutions Headquarter Location

6870 Perry Creek Road

Raleigh, North Carolina, 27616,

United States


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Expert Collections containing Tompkins Solutions

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Tompkins Solutions is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Supply Chain & Logistics Tech.


Supply Chain & Logistics Tech

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Companies offering technology-driven solutions that serve the supply chain & logistics space (e.g. shipping, inventory mgmt, last mile, trucking).


Pharma Supply Chain

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Private companies that are addressing 11 distinct technology priorities across the pharmaceutical supply chain.


Biopharma Tech

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Tompkins Solutions Patents

Tompkins Solutions has filed 6 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Barcodes
  • Hazardous materials
  • Military trucks
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Military trucks, Rheinmetall, Hazardous materials, Barcodes, Armoured personnel carriers


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Military trucks, Rheinmetall, Hazardous materials, Barcodes, Armoured personnel carriers



Latest Tompkins Solutions News

Hy-Tek, Tompkins Robotics create new partnership

Aug 3, 2022

Hy-Tek, Tompkins Robotics create new partnership This partnership will help to expand the automated material handling capabilities of AHS and the entire Hy-Tek organization. Equipment in the News By MMH Staff · August 3, 2022  AHS, a Hy-Tek Material Handling Company and leading full-service provider of integrated fulfillment and distribution solutions, has partnered with Tompkins Robotics, a global leader focused on the robotic automation of sortation solutions. This partnership will help to expand the automated material handling capabilities of AHS and the entire Hy-Tek organization. With Hy-Tek’s comprehensive suite of services, the addition of the modular and scalable tSort Sortation solution will support a streamlined process, improve employee productivity, and maximize the return on investment for the supply chain industry. “We are excited to start our partnership with Tompkins Robotics, a proven scalable and flexible robotic sortation solution,” said Zac Boehm, Vice President of Innovation and Technology at AHS. “By formalizing our partnership, it allows Hy-Tek to add to its existing solutions by not only enhancing our G2P technologies, but allowing us to solve inbound, outbound, and product sortation with a scalable robotic solution.”  Changing economic conditions, a tight labor market, and consumer spending habits require today’s supply chain to be adaptable, scalable, and demonstrate a faster ROI than systems of the past. This new product offering will help AHS deploy a robotic sortation solution faster and more seamlessly than ever before. “This partnership with Tompkins Robotics offers a simple, low-cost approach to sortation that can be quickly integrated into our customer’s distribution and order fulfillment processes to drive efficiency and increase throughput,” said Collette Henn, Sr. Manager of R&D and Software Deployment at AHS. Tompkins Robotics systems can be deployed in every node of the supply chain. The modular solution deploys effectively in small operations in the backroom of a grocery, supercenter, or mall anchor store to large fulfillment centers processing millions of units a day. Their systems maximize performance, making our clients more agile, adaptable, profitable, and successful in today’s dynamic marketplace. “AHS is a leader in innovative solutions. This partnership gives AHS and the entire Hy-Tek organization the unique ability to leverage their wide range of automated and robotic material handling and fulfillment technologies for a truly integrated solution that delivers an industry-leading value proposition,” said Thompson Brockmann, Vice President of Operations at Tompkins Robotics. August 3, 2022

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  • When was Tompkins Solutions founded?

    Tompkins Solutions was founded in 1975.

  • Where is Tompkins Solutions's headquarters?

    Tompkins Solutions's headquarters is located at 6870 Perry Creek Road, Raleigh.

  • Who are Tompkins Solutions's competitors?

    Competitors of Tompkins Solutions include Geek+, Berkshire Grey, Botsync, Syrius Robotics, Pickle Robot, Seegrid, XYZ Robotics, Hai Robotics, Nomagic, GreyOrange and 53 more.

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