Mecalux will equip the BMZ Poland warehouse in Gliwice (Poland) with a mezzanine and conveyor circuit that will move boxes of goods coming from the production plant.
The Belgian company Fritel, specialising in the development and production of fryers, waffle irons, grills and other 'fun cooking' devices, plus the distribution of small appliances, has chosen the Pallet Shuttle system by Mecalux to boost the available space and achieve greater storage capacity.
LDC, a French agri-foods company specialising in poultry products, will reorganise the distribution of its logistics centre to speed up order prep as much as possible.
Electricity is essential to the operation of manual or automated warehouses, and as a result companies can supply the goods and services they produce for general consumption.
There is a growing tendency for companies to automate all repetitive processes within their production chain to minimise production costs. However, this is a double-edged sword since automated processes involve greater power consumption (the more the automation, the more energy is required). So, there must be a balance in finding a solution that is both cost-effective and energy efficient.
The Portuguese company Cistér will fit out its warehouse in Portugal with the automatic Pallet Shuttle system with transfer car by Mecalux. Through this solution, the company will attain a storage capacity for 12,672 pallets, while achieving a very high inflow and outflow of goods. All operations and processes will be controlled by the Mecalux Easy WMS warehouse management software.
Mecalux has developed new light-duty stacker cranes, of up to 9 m in height, specifically to operate with the Pallet Shuttle system. The automatic Pallet Shuttle solution served by stacker cranes is utilised in warehouses that have few SKUs and many pallets per SKU.
Paolo Astori, an Italian manufacturer of aerospace fasteners, will install an automated miniload warehouse by Mecalux with a storage capacity for 5,472 boxes weighing a maximum of 40 kg each.
The future logistics centre of SAM Outillage, a French professional tools manufacturer, will comprise pallet racking and an automated miniload warehouse. The combination of the two storage systems will allow the classification of the merchandise according to its turnover, as well as the organisation of operations, to achieve greater efficiency in picking tasks.
This facility, located in Barcelona, has a 2,512 pallet capacity with the entire operation supervised by the warehouse management software, the Mecalux Easy WMS.
Multiple storage solutions streamline the distribution of consumer products at this mexican company.
With this solution, the company will expand its storage capacity by about 16,000 pallets.
The Mecalux showroom, a new technology centre in Cornellà de Llobregat (Barcelona), has ended 2016 off with a higher number of visitors: more than 800 people.
Since its inception, Mecalux has always worked side by side with the customer in all its expansion projects. The result: the construction of three automated warehouses. Automation of its installations guarantees maximum throughput and more than meets its logistical needs.
Mecalux will fit out the Finieco warehouse, a Portuguese paper bag manufacturer, with two blocks of racks served by a light-duty stacker crane and an automatic Pallet Shuttle.
Mecalux will equip the warehouse of the sporting goods distributor Sportissimo in the Czech Republic with pallet racking and a three-level mezzanine. The principal operation of the warehouse will be preparing online sales orders.
The centre, designed and implemented by Mecalux, has provided Cofan with streamlined warehouse work flows, allowing it to offer a one-day delivery service to its customers.
This tool automatically provides a very accurate and authentic 3D graphical representation of the warehouse.
The warehouse will be composed of two aisles with 18 m high, 25 m long single-depth racking on both sides.
Mecalux has built Mega Pharma a new automated clad-rack warehouse in Uruguay with a capacity of over 6,900 pallets. It consists of two double-depth storage aisles and a conveyor circuit for inflowing and outflowing goods.