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Store-friendly deliveries and a redundant design

In today’s food retail market, many companies are challenged by a lack of available workforce at their distribution centres. This means that the automation of core warehouse processes is crucial to ensure ongoing success.

In addition, the growing number of multiple store formats is making store-friendly deliveries increasingly important. This includes both full case – and single item – deliveries. The expanding number of SKUs (stock keeping units) also has an impact on effective space use.

To keep up with an exponentially growing market, scalable solutions are vital. As part of our next generation of scalable solutions – evolutions – Vanderlande offers STOREPICK, which seamlessly integrates innovative systems, intelligent software and life-cycle services.

STOREPICK is a robotised, end-to-end automated case picking (ACP) warehouse solution that allows you to optimise the processes of your entire value chain. It effectively handles both incoming and outgoing goods, and guarantees store-friendly deliveries across multiple store formats.

STOREPICK is ideal for retailers that use ambient, fresh and chilled warehouse processes, and offers:

  • store-friendly deliveries
  • the efficient transport of products
  • a redundant design.

USER EXPERIENCE

With simplicity in mind, Vanderlande’s evolutions streamline the logistics process in an attractive platform that is highly intuitive, requires minimal training and is easy to operate. Alongside optimised ergonomics and sustainable productivity, evolutions provide the best possible user experience.

FLEXIBILITY

When fulfilling a diverse order profile, handling varying SKU ranges or changing any logistic process, evolutions offer the optimum flexibility to tackle multiple challenges.

SCALABILITY

Vanderlande’s innovative approach puts scalability at the core of evolutions. This allows warehouses to easily adapt to seasonal peaks, changing throughput and storage requirements, and growing business demands.
Palletising - Automated Load cases from trays on to an order carrier. Load Forming Logic optimises load carrier utilisation and store friendliness.
Tray storage Temporary buffer of (single SKU or empty) trays that are presented in the right sequence for stacking on pallets or roll cages.
Teaching Determine and manage all relevant SKU properties that are required for automated processing and to building store-friendly load carriers.
Pallet storage Automated pallet storage for fast, smooth and efficient pallet handling.
Depalletising - Automated Destack cases from a single SKU pallet and load them into trays for further processing.
Depalletising - Manual Destack cases from a single SKU pallet and load them into trays for further processing.
Marshalling Transport finished load carriers to marshalling buffer. Based on transport schedule, load carriers are sent to the loading buffer to prepare trucks for loading.
Palletising - Manual Load cases from trays on to an order carrier. Load Forming Logic optimises load carrier utilisation and store friendliness.
Control room TOP: Optimise the available resources for the operation so scheduled orders can start as late as possible. BPI: Show on KPI level how the system is performing and provide input for process improvement. LFL: load forming logic software which facilitates store-friendly deliveries and the efficient transportation of goods.

The products of STOREPICK

ADAPTO

ADAPTO is a unique 3D, shuttle-based automated storage and retrieval system (AS/RS) with built-in sorting and sequencing capabilities.

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VISION

As part of our integrated portfolio of innovative systems, intelligent software and life-cycle services, we offer VISION.

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Load forming logic

In today’s dynamic food market, it is necessary to build pallets in a unique sequence in order to match a specific store layout.

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Palletising

Palletising occurs after goods have been retrieved from the storage area in the correct sequence.

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