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Case Studies

Focusing on our customer’s success we have been working for over 15 years in consulting and implementation. Together with our customers, we design tailor-made intralogistics solutions that are economical, flexible, scalable, and guarantee them a secure investment for the future.

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National multichannel warehouse
Planning and implementation support for major UK retailer

Customer: Retail industry

STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY FOR FLAT AND HANGING GOODS

  • Dramatic reduction of number of warehouse facilities and administrative complexity
  • Increased inventory turnover via a single inventory pool for branches and eCommerce
  • Shop floor readiness (e.g. using matrix sorting)
  • Improved management efficiency for seasonal product lines

Contact: Marco Krämer

Logistics concept with service focus
TIM INTRALOG. plans and implements warehouse concept for leading assembly specialist

Customer: Dealer for assembly and mounting materials
New packing area for large-scale orders:
MHE Invest: Euro 3 m
Shipments: 400 per day
Pick lines: 30,000 per day

FOCUS ON CUSTOMER SERVICE

  • Improved delivery performance due to new service-oriented management
  • Additional packing area for increasing capacities for large-scale orders
  • Electronically supported packaging processes
  • Ergonomic workstations
  • Implementation during regular operations

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New warehouse creates room for expansion
TIM INTRALOG. plans and implements new warehouse complex for electronics manufacturer

Customer: Electronics manufacturer
MHE Investment: Euro 12 m
Assortment: 36,000 SKU
Shipments: 3,000 per day
Order lines: 9,000 per day

DESIGNED FOR GROWTH

  • Flexible and scalable warehouse concept
  • Two expansion stages: 2018 and 2023
  • Customer-oriented delivery of prototypes
  • Ergonomic and flexible workstations
  • Flexible allocation of spaces in shuttle

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3A warehouse audit
Starting points for optimization of warehouse processing in after sales

Customer: Mechanical Engineering

MODERNIZATION OF WAREHOUSE PROCESSING

  • Selection and assessment of suitable picking systems (pick-by-light, pick-by-beam, pick-by-scan)
  • Hedging of investment decision
  • Reduction of order throughput time
  • Higher service level with later cut-off time
  • Increased pick productivity
  • Significant error reduction

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Selection and design of new WMS
Selection and specification of Logistic-IT in the PBS- / Chemical industry

Customer: PBS/Chemical

REDUCE DEFAULT RISK

  • Integration of individual employee expertise
  • Standardization of core processes
  • Reduction of default risk
  • Depiction of diverse requirements of commercial customers
  • Creation of overview of requirements for hazardous substances
  • Simplified process for the use of temporary employees

Contact: Marco Krämer

Expansion of B2C pharmaceutical warehouse
Comprehensive support from strategy to planning and implementation

Customer: Pharmaceuticals / Health Care

FOCUSED ON CONTINUOUS GROWTH

  • Creative & innovative processes
  • Growing into automation
  • Expansion in stages
  • 100% control as a quality requirement
  • Productivity increase

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Central warehouse on greenfield site
Planning a new central warehouse for an electrical wholesaler

Customer: Wholesale electronics

RESTRUCTURING OF INTRALOGISTICS

  • Growing into automation through planned open areas
  • Storage and handling of various special containers
  • Flexible storage capacity in accordance with future needs
  • Ergonomic process design thanks to appropriate warehouse and materials handling systems
  • Processing time reduced by 20%

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Centralization of distribution center
Planning of a European central warehouse for a fashion brand in the Netherlands

Customer: Fashionbrand

Managing volatility

  • High flexibility and scalability
  • Integrating forecasting and optimal transport cost
  • Load-dependent order allocation
  • Productivity increase of 35%
  • Unit cost reduction of 25%

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