Swisslog, a leading provider of best-in-class warehouse automation and software, has announced it is opening a new Americas region headquarters in Atlanta. The new headquarters will accommodate continued growth and further extend the company’s market position in North America.

Located in the northern suburb of Dunwoody, the new location will serve as the Swisslog regional headquarters for the Americas, strengthening the company’s footprint. This includes its facilities in Virginia, Ohio and Mexico, as well as field service engineers throughout the U.S. 

This is just the latest action the company has taken to build on the momentum it is seeing in the Americas region for automation solutions that deliver real results for customers. It began with announcing Sean Wallingford as the company’s new president and CEO of Swisslog Americas, which has led to a more energized, customer-focused leadership team that is identifying growth opportunities.

“Atlanta has become a leading global center for the supply chain, home to distribution centers, offices and headquarters of some of the largest companies in the supply chain industry. Dunwoody enjoys a prime location at the center of Atlanta’s central perimeter business district and it offers great access to the airport. As we continue to expand our customer base and portfolio, this new headquarters will better position us to capture additional growth opportunities, bring further innovation to the region and enable us to recruit the best supply chain, software and engineering talent we need to maintain and enhance the level of support we provide our customers,” said Wallingford.

About Swisslog
Swisslog delivers data-driven & robotic solutions for your logistics automation alongside reliable, modular service concepts. Collaborating with forward-thinking companies, we are committed to setting new standards in warehouse automation to provide future-proof products and solutions. As part of the KUKA Group, our customers trust the competence of our passionate employees – more than 15,000 people working across the globe.