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PSI Group Customers: warehouse management

 

LPP S.A.

LPP referencje

LPP, owner of clothing brands such as RESERVED, Cropp, House, MOHITO or SiNSAY, is the largest apparel manufacturer in the CEE region. Effective distribution of products in a network of around 1,700  stores located in 18 countries would be impossible without efficient logistics processes involving product storage, sorting and dispatch. LPP’s Distribution Centre in Pruszcz Gdański covers the area of around 75k m2 and uses several kilometers of automatic conveyors, three sorters, several automatic carton handling units, as well as many scanners and automatic weighing systems. The PSIwms software deployed at LPP’s Distribution Centre will control the flow of goods and automate warehouse operations through integration with automatically controlled units.

 

Empik

Empik referencje

Empik is Poland’s largest distributor of culture and entertainment products (including books, music, board games, art & crafts, etc.). The PSIwms system will support processes across Empik’s three key sales channels, namely: e-commerce (to individual customers), retail (to retail stores) and B2B (to business partners). Offering end-to-end functionalities, a single PSIwms system is able to replace three separate WMS systems currently running in each of those channels. Deployment of state-of-the-art warehouse automatic control systems (sorter, shuttle) managed by the advanced PSIwms software will significantly increase the number of orders with no need to invest in new warehousing space or to hire new staff.

 

CCC S.A.

Logo CCC

The CCC Group operates a retail network of over 900 stores in 18 countries in Europe and beyond, with the floor space of more than 0.5 million square meters. Through its subsidiary eObuwie.pl S.A., CCC is also the leader of CEE’s footwear e-commerce business. With the headcount of over 12,000 employees, the Group sells more than 40 million pairs of shoes annually, with plans for opening 100 new stores every year. PSIwms provides automatation CCC’s logistics processes related to the receipt and release of goods, order picking and delivery tracking,  streamlines the adjustment of CCC’s warehouse processes to on-going business developments, and increase their efficiency and transparency.

 

Inter Europol

Inter Europol referencje

Inter Europol is a Polish-owned and family-run company, which takes pride in being Poland’s current leader of the bakery business. The company offers a wide range of both freshly baked and frozen products which are delivered to consumers every single day, both across the EU and in a number of countries around the globe. Inter Europol has a fully automatic high-bay warehouse with the capacity of around 20,000 pallets, which is connected directly to the production line and is able to receive fully loaded pallets on a 24/7 basis (approximately 100 pallets per hour). At the very heart of this system lies the PSI Material Flow Control (PSImfc) software, which manages automatic control systems and handles selected Warehouse Management System (WMS) functionalities. The PSI solution features continuous control of pallet flow, including additional freezing or control of the loading sequence. The unique combination of the Material Flow Control software, the ERP system and the SSI SCHÄFER automatic warehouse controls enabled Inter Europol to launch a fully automatic and highly efficient 24/7 pallet storage and release system.

 

ABM Greiffenberger

ABM Referencje

ABM Greiffenberger is part of the international group senata Group. The company produces around 300,000 engines and drive systems for the heating industry, storage technology, forklift trucks, electric cars and wind power plants annually. The factory in Lublin has existed since 2013 and produces about 13,000 drive systems of various types every month. PSIwms harmonises the production at ABM according to the ERP strategy. In addition, the integration of the very narrow-aisle (VNA) stackers and the automated vertical storage machines enables high storage efficiency. The smart and dynmamic functionality in the PSIwms allows the analysis of the incoming receipt and emission orders as well as the automatic classification of the products based on their turnover. In this project, the fulfilment of the requirements for high-mix and low-volume production, including sequencing tasks and adapting the activities to order processes, is particularly important.

 

Alfred Kärcher GmbH

The Alfred Kärcher GmbH logistics centre has been expanded considerably in recent years by adding 20,000 m² of space and 23,000 pallet compartments. The warehouse is operated by the PSIwms system which handles up to 15,000 products per day. This automated small-item warehouse contains a total of 85,300 bins. The automated pallet warehouse comprises eight work aisles. The expanded Alfred Kärcher logistics centre handles 1,500 order items per hour, which is twice the previous volume. PSIwms manages goods receiving and shipping, air and rail shipping and the dangerous goods store.

 

HSE24/DHL

System WMS w DHL HSE

PSIwms ensures the optimal handling of 5,000 packages per hour at the distribution centre operated by DHL for HSE24. In addition to its advanced automation (multiple storage and retrieval machines, suspended conveyors, sorting machines), the PSI system supports and streamlines the work of more than 300 workers per shift. Its remarkable functions include order filling optimization by grouping similar orders. PSIwms allows one to select an optimal package for each order to match the types of products handled in the warehouse (such as clothing, household appliances, electronics, jewellery or cosmetics).

 

HERMA

HERMA

Deployment of the PSIwms warehouse management system for the company's Global Logistics Centre. Stuttgart-based HERMA is a leading supplier of self-adhesive products, labelling systems and stationery to European markets. The system’s core comprises an automatic 11-aisle small-parts warehouse with over 100,000 storing positions. In addition to the standard PSIwms features, the system included such additional functionalities as detailed analysis tools and middle-term resource utilization planning and archiving.

 

Itella

Deployment of the PSIwms warehouse management system at this distribution centre for food and other consumer goods. Itella is a leading logistics operator in Russia serving such customers as Roche, Estée Lauder, Hoffmann-La Roche, Baxter, Johnson & Johnson and GlaxoSmithKline. Its PSIwms system operates in over a dozen different locations. Itella’s PSIwms comes with extensive functionality including inventory management and full and partial pallet picking.

 

Marks&Spencer/Itella

System WMS w Marks&Spencer Itella

The Marks&Spencer distribution centre covering Russia is supported by Itella. The warehouse features the PSIwms system which manages a permanent stock of ca. 600,000 products and 4,000 locations in the hanging goods warehouse. The shelf storage system for flat and boxed goods features 20,000 bin locations. The warehouse supports 15,000 order lines per day. The system allows, among others, the packaging of individual clothing products in keeping with end customer requirements and preferences.

 

Airbus/Stute

The Marks&Spencer distribution centre covering Russia is supported by Itella. The warehouse features the PSIwms system which manages a permanent stock of ca. 600,000 products and 4,000 locations in the hanging goods warehouse. The shelf storage system for flat and boxed goods features 20,000 bin locations. The warehouse supports 15,000 order lines per day. The system allows, among others, the packaging of individual clothing products in keeping with end customer requirements and preferences.

   

   

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