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Analysis of material flows and handling.
Study of plant layout.
Analysis of stationing and handling systems.
"Field" data collection for product packaging and work time.
Set up work processes: receiving, material placement, picking, restocking, vehicle loading.
HARDWARE INFRASTRUCTURE AREA
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Network design and certification
Servers and network equipment
Radio frequency terminals
The system to comprehensively manage material and/or finished goods inventory
IT services for the Logistics area
- Flow Analysis, Plant Layout
- Handling systems
- Work process organization
- Supporting Customers through help desk or on-site services
- Print professional labels of various formats with or without barcode
- Development of ad hoc applications
- Integrations of software solutions
Receive, inspect, accept, enter, place, search, extract, compose, verify, issue, ship, deliver
Accompanied and synchronized data processing and information production (reception, processing, collection, verification, composition, transmission)
- Automatic identification
- Distributed data collection
- Coordination between action and feedback
- Human-computer interactivity
- Standard for handling unit
- Warehouse map
In several ways we can name the space:
WITH HOMOGENEOUS FUNCTIONAL CRITERIA
Arrivals, transit, quality control, testing, storage, sorting, breakage, shipping.
WITH ACCOUNTING SIGNIFICANCE
Traveling, arrival, transit, return, available, blocked, shipping, quality.
BY PHYSICAL AGGREGATION
Shelf, drive in, gravity, compactable shelf, intensive, chest of drawers, shelf.
STANDARD FOR ITEMS, PACKAGING, PALLETS AND CONTAINERS
- Pieces per pack, packs per carton, cartons per layer, layers per pallet.
- Net weight, gross weight
Packaging, package, pallet, container used.
- Minimum stock, picking quantity, stock restoration level, handling class for each the units of measurement.
- Bar codes per piece, package, pallet, container, generated by suppliers and/or used by customers.
The software for lean and simple warehouse logistics
It is the tool that through the control of the warehouse map allows you to:
- Better manage available space and physical resources
- To be able to give quality to goods acceptance and product ticking
- To reduce the search for the most suitable location
- To control and expedite the planting operation.
It enables optimal route management during customer order fulfillment and facilitates and instructs operator activities and reduces errors.
In addition, through the control of located inventories and the ability to make inventory corrections, there is better and faster inventory control.
LAYOUT AND MAP OF THE WAREHOUSE
- Definition of handling zones: Receiving goods, Quality control, Blocked goods, Transit, Warehousing, Shipping.
- Dimensional data of locations, capacity, stowable containers.
- Definition of shelves (rows, floors, boxes) and layout of locations in graphical mode ("drag and drop").
- Destination constraints for locations ( handling class, by families of items, to individual item. Separation between picking and inventory.
- Drawing the warehouse floor plan in graphical mode ("drag and drop").
- Definition of corridor visit route during manual picking.
- Printing location identification labels.
ITEM DATA AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
In several ways we can name the space:
- Physical characteristics of packages and loading units.
- Definition of subsets "article groups."
- Item master and bar codes.
- Accounting stock control and inventory detail located by item code, with the possibility of inventory corrections.
GOODS IN AND OUT
- Recording of goods entry bill (item code, quantity, FIFO date), manual palletization and selection of best empty or to be saturated location with automatic creation of storage missions.
- Print missions and storage labels.
- Closing storage missions.
- Print palletization list and/or entry summary.
- Closing merchandise entry.
- Creating pick list (item code, quantity).
- Choice of location from which to draw.
- Manual creation of replacement missions: identification of reserve to be lowered.
- Print replacement missions.
- Confirmation term replacement missions.
- Automatic pickup mission creation.
- Print withdrawal list.
- Confirm termination of withdrawal mission.
- Goods exit closure.