Liability in warehousing contracts often seems harsh on the owner of the goods. Perhaps the advent of robot warehouses will prompt or assist a shift in the normal terms.
If the robots are infallible the rationale for a limitation on liability for losses weakens. If a roboticised system loses or damages goods because of a failure of design, then is it more reasonable for the system provider to be more fully liable? In the meantime, make sure you have options and that you plan for the worst case scenario. When it comes, if your warehousing provider offers to step outside of the comfort blanket of the UKWA Conditions and has the confidence to accept a larger share of the liability for losses and damage, then they are not only brave, but might be well worth looking at.