Industrial Pick Module System For Manual Handling and Automatic Operation
Pick modules integrate various processing solutions to optimize the order process. They efficiently transfer products to distribution centers and speed up the order fulfillment process.
Pick modules can be designed for manual picking, automated picking, or a combination of both applications. These integrated systems help consolidate space, create an efficient distribution center, reduce or eliminate travel times and save on labor costs.
Single or multi-level pick modules contain a variety of storage systems, including carton flow racks, pallet flow racks, conveyors, steel racks, or shelving. One way to achieve cost-effective picking in the warehouse is to create a system of pick modules.
Main components of warehouse pick modules
|Selective pallet rack
|Basic storage units
|Cost-saving with adjustability
|Push back pallet rack
|Large palletized loads
|High-density storage with efficient retrieval
|Carton flow pallet rack
|Small items in cartons and boxes
|Fast turnover with many picking faces
|Structural support and Storage
|Maximized space utilization
|Basic storage units for various products
|Flexible and easy accessibility
|Pallet flow rack system
|High throughput items storage and retrieval
|Gravity-driven and energy-saving
|Product transport and delivery
|Time-saving and labor-saving
Key Benefits of Pick Modules:
Key Applications for Pick Modules:
The picking module is a unique storage solution for a busy warehouse or distribution center. Interestingly, the Sampling Module is not a stand-alone structure. Instead, it is a complex structure consisting of a multi-level shelving system for storing stock and collecting items to ensure perfect order fulfillment.
This advanced storage system makes it easier to store bulk products, reduces product handling efforts, and allows orders to be shipped faster and more efficiently. Picking modules is particularly important for warehouses that need to handle large volumes of SKUs.
Some picking modules include manual picking systems, while more advanced ones allow for automated picking. However, the current market for industrial storage equipment is driven by a growing number of advanced pick modules that offer a mixture of both.
Often, the best choice of module is one that is customized to fit your company's unique application. More specifically, the design of the pick module depends on the diversity of SKUs the system must handle, the space available, and many other factors. Our team has the ability to help you design a specialized pick module that fits your requirements as much as possible. If you have questions about our pick module solutions or would like to build a pick module, please feel free to contact us.
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