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The Superiority Of T Automatic Three - Dimensional Warehousing System

Jul 19, 2017

        The advantages of automated warehouse is multifaceted, for enterprises, can be reflected from the following aspects:

1.       Improve space utilization, and make full use of limited and valuable land. The spatial utilization of the three-dimensional library is closely linked to its planning. In general, the space utilization of automated elevated ware is 2-5 times that of ordinary warehouse. This is quite impressive.

2.       Easy to form an advanced logistics system, improve the level of production and management. The traditional warehouse is only the place where the goods are stored, the preservation of the goods is its only function, is a "static storage". Automated three-dimensional warehouse using advanced automated material handling equipment, can make the goods in the warehouse as needed automatic access, is a "dynamic storage." Automated elevated library system as a central part of the production process, almost involved in the whole process of production management.

3.       Speed up the access to goods rhythm, reduce labor intensity, improve production efficiency. The establishment of automated warehouse as the center of the logistics system, its superiority is also reflected in the automated library has a fast out of the library capacity, can quickly and properly into the goods in the elevated library (storage), but also fast and timely Automatically deliver the required parts and raw materials for production to the production line. Automated three-dimensional library system requires fewer operators and system maintenance personnel, both to save manpower and resources, save money, but also improve the working environment, serve multiple purposes.

4.       Reduce inventory backlog. To automation library as the center of the factory logistics system to solve the production of all aspects of circulation and supply and demand contradictions. So that the supply of raw materials and parts of the production and the number of production required to achieve an optimal value.