Multi-tier Warehouse Pick Module System For Industrial Effective Storage
A multi-level pick module integrates different racks and product flow components to facilitate order fulfillment. The pick module consists of a support structure, usually including beams, cross columns, floors, ramps, stairs and platforms.
The product is then stored in selective rack, pallet flow rack, case flow rack and shelving, which can be extracted from conveyors, ferries and trolleys, thus customizing and extending the module to meet final requirements.
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
The pick module uses gravity flow to move products from the replenishment aisle to the pick faces. Selective racking in the module uses the vertical cube of the warehouse for pick position. The pick module utilizes valuable space and thus reduces the distance between pick faces.
Our pick module is designed to optimize space usage and efficiently move products to the warehouse or distribution center, speeding up the order fulfillment process. The pick module can be designed as a manual application, an automated pick application or a combination of both. This reduces the frequency of runs and helps to save labor costs. The picking module uses different types of shelving and is integrated into various other handling solutions.
Features and Benefits of Pick Modules
►All systems are custom-designed and manufactured.
►The attention paid to details in the system design is unparalleled.
►Different storage systems can be combined, such as push-back rack and pallet flow rack.
►One, two or three levels and more available systems.
►CAD drawings and simulations provide advice for each pick module.
►Customizable powder-coated finishes.
►Optimization of vertical space in distribution centers.
►Increased throughput and efficiency for a wide range of applications.
►The system can be designed to expand as the business grows.
Pick modules are ideally suited to storing and picking in high-speed environments as they are able to centralize and manage large quantities of different types of products. Picking modules are usually multi-story shelf structures that move products from the picking area to the transport area via conveyors. Product replenishment within the sample modules takes place in external aisles, usually using forklifts.
Pick modules are usually large, sometimes complex structures that facilitate the storage and retrieval of products. For large distribution centers, the pick module is a combination of basic components of pallet racking (e.g. columns and beams) and components to facilitate product movement and stock control. Subsets include carton flows, pallet flows, various forms of racking and conveyors.
Pick module systems are usually customized for each facility as storage and picking requirements may vary from warehouse to warehouse. They have the edge of being able to build components as required and are easily adaptable to the changing storage needs.
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