Hazardous substances are processed or stored in a wide variety of industries and numerous companies. In particular, the handling of such substances within the warehouse, the further processing or even the transport to the customer poses challenges for the logistics of numerous companies.
Large usable space warehouses that need to be well organized, a complete and transparent overview of the flow of goods or efficient handling of large and small parts in the warehouse - all this is needed in companies operating in the agricultural, horticultural and forestry sectors.
The digital era and Industry 4.0 are characterized by connectivity, data, machines and technology. But the digital transformation in the warehouse can only fully unfold its effect if it takes people with it and adapts.
As part of a pilot project, Technilog decided to carry out a proof-of-value of the "Warehouse Healing" strategy in February 2021. In the process, S&P's data science experts validated the high benefit and potential in the warehouse using concrete customer data.
An efficient and successful warehouse management solution must also meet the high expectations of users on mobile devices: it is no longer sufficient to simply enable access to all data and information via a mobile device.
A warehouse management system such as SuPCIS-L8 plays an increasingly important role in modern warehouse management: but especially when it comes to integrating mobile data collection into the logistics solution, you have to rely on the use of suitable technology and the flawless interaction with the warehouse management system.
A diverse range of articles from small parts to large-volume goods and cable drums requires maximum flexibility in warehousing and order picking for every company.
Probably one of the biggest challenges for many companies in the warehouse: the processing of returns - a thoroughly laborious and time-consuming process, which has become an essential part of the entire supply chain. After all, the goods ordered do not always remain in the possession of the customer.
In our last article, we presented the advantages and benefits of optimized batch planning. In this article, we will go one step further and would like to address the topic of minimizing travel times through intelligent placement of products.
"Software ergonomics"? or "Ergonomic software?" Anyone hearing these two terms in direct connection with each other for the first time will rightly ask themselves at this point: what is it actually? And above all, what does software ergonomics actually mean?
Almost all of us use content privately on different devices - whether smartphone, tablet or laptop - and expect apps and applications to be accessible always and from everywhere. In doing so, we want the same user-friendliness and the same appealing user interface. Why should it be any different in warehouse management?