Order Picking Work Station GTP Goods-To-Person

 
  • Pick-to-Light and Put-to-Light are incorporated into the design.
  • Employees pick from green source containers into red order containers.
  • All source containers belonging to an order sequenced, fed to workstation.
  • The source and target containers are slightly angled.
  • Separate loops are set up for source and target containers.
  • Display helps employee with quantity, photo to pick from each source container into the order container.
  • Container sizes 600×400 and 400×300 mm can be processed at same workstation.
  • This increases flexibility with consistently high picking performance.
  • Different elements of pick station can be individually adjusted to body size.
  • Screens can be rotated and tilted, the keys are recessed and the lighting is optimised.
  • Once order picking completed, process is acknowledged, new order can be processed.
  • On order completion, not empty green source containers returned to the shuttle warehouse.
  • And empty green source containers sent to incoming goods department to be filled with new goods.
  • The red, fully picked order totes are transported to the packing workstations via the conveyor technology.
  • Selection based on homogeneity and composition of order, varieties of articles, sequence, secondary work.
  • Range spans from 1:1 relationship order picking to multi-order picking with packing.
  • Pick workstations set as per quantity-variety of source bins-order cartons, secondary functions eg packaging.
1:1 – Order Picking 1:n – Multi order /Batch Picking 1:m – Multiple Sources
Often 1:1 relationships
Few secondary activities
Consolidation
Separate loops for source and target containers
Continuous container flow
Differently sized containers possible
Change time for container 1.8 s
600 –1000 order lines/h
Receiving
High-performance range
Parallelism
Modular structure
Separate loops for source and target containers
Continuous container flow
Differently sized Containers possible
Change time container 1.8 s
500 –1000 order lines/h
Several employees per order
Many secondary activities
Special processes
Multi-layered sequencing
Separate loops for source and target containers
Continuous container flow
M-sources with quick or standard container change
Change time of containers 1.8 s
300 – 600 order lines/h
m:n – Multi Order / Batch Picking P&B – Multi Order / Batch Picking
High parallelism
At peak times >1 employee
Push-back automated or manual
Continuous source container flow
Differently sized containers possible
Change time containers 1.8 s
300 –700 order lines/h
Pick and pack: one workplace
High parallelism
At peak times >1 employee
Push-back automated or manual
Continuous source container flow
Deposits for packaging equipment
Put-to-Light
Change time containers 1.8 s
200 – 400 order lines/h
  • Intelligent automation coupled with ergonomic design of work station system.
  • Reduce the employees’ effort, employee stress, increases picking performance.
  • Helps attain faster delivery, flexible adjustment to changing conditions.
  • Achieves dynamic picking to meet increasing demand in production and trade.
  • Helps high speed material flow in eCommerce, industrial just-in-time processes
  • Reduces error rate, increased ergonomics, safety and well-being at workplace.
  • Highly dynamic system ensures high picking output and short container change times.
  • Innovative order/ container buffering and sequential provision helps peak performance.
  • Stress-free workplace allows a higher level of concentration resulting in greater throughput.
  • Containers are supplied or removed on conveyors. Integration into conveyor is seamless.
  • Empty containers are supplied from above, source containers usually from below.
  • Based on required throughput, ability to work on multiple orders simultaneously.
  • Modular setup, consistent container flow, flexibility for differently sized containers possible.
  • High-performance workplaces are configured according to area of use and built up flexibly in modules.
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