Robotic solution is helping to ease labour shortage
Hong Kong (August 20, 2018)
Molekiu Limited, a leading solutions provider of automatic robotic solutions in Hong Kong, was appointed by DDROBO as its exclusive distributor for Hong Kong and Macau. Molekiu Limited will be responsible for the sales,customer services and maintenance services support in Hong Kong and Macau.
“We are thrilled to partner with DDROBO and showcase our products in the fast growing market of unmanned automatic cleaning robots”, says the CEO of Molekiu, Morris Choy. “With the fast development of infrastructure, commercial building and shopping complex in Hong Kong and the region, it is increasingly difficult to recruit adequate employees to meet the commercial cleaning demand. The intelligent and heavy-duty unmanned cleaning robots from DDROBO would not only be the best solution to the problem, but can also effectively minimize costs. It perfectly aligns with our vision to solve everyday problems efficiently via robotics solutions.”
Commercial cleaning services are heavily reliant on labour. Under the low unemployment rate however, the supply of labour can no longer satisfy the compelling demand in the market. The introduction of unmanned cleaning robots would transform the industry significantly, with more consistency of performance and at a lower cost.
Kevin Wu, CEO of DDROBO said, “We are delighted with our partnership with Molekiu. Molekiu is one of the leading robotic solution providers in the region and their capability exceeds our expectations. There is tremendous synergy between our two brands that we feel will result in a profitable relationship for both of us. Our W1 series Scrubber Robot has one of the highest capacity and efficiency in the market, along with the various leading technologies such as image sensing for automatic cleaning. Our cleaning robot has over 20 laser sensors and sonars for safety detection to ensure everyone’s safety within the cleaning area.The high performance battery and large water tanks support the cleaning of area of over 31,000 sq.ft per hour and up to 4.5 hours per charging.”
*The projected figure is retrieved from the Census and Statistic Department of the Hong Kong government.