From raw materials to distribution, the supply chain is the beating heart of business. For competitive brands, a successful supply chain begins with forward-thinking warehouse design and the system integrators that make it happen.
Much more than just the handling and storage of goods, distribution centres are becoming increasingly automated and digitized. The driving force is Industry 4.0 technology, which embraces hyper-connectivity, efficiency, and transparency.
When it comes to creating the warehouse facility of the future, businesses across sectors such as e-Commerce, 3PL, grocery and retail all stand to benefit from digital automation. For brands, the advantages of a more digitized and automated warehouse are numerous, including:
Fewer physical human interactions
Enhanced operational speed
Superior precision through logistics
Greater levels of automated storage
Robotized order picking
To make digitized technologies even simpler to integrate for warehouse automation specialists, returnable transit packaging manufacturer, Schoeller Allibert, has developed a high-performance range of strong, lightweight totes.
Optimized for the automated warehouses that are set to be the benchmark for supply chain success, the collection includes automation-friendly totes, slave trays and plastic pallets. Schoeller Allibert solutions are compatible with automation technologies such as AMRs, shuttles, conveyors, and micro-fulfilment centres.
Schoeller Allibert transit solutions help organisations and the warehouse designers they rely on to create more value from processes, supporting a more robust, transparent, and sustainable supply chain, with industry-proven, durable and lightweight designs.