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Modernizing warehouses: Adapting to changing conditions

Due to the increasing diversity of customer interests, multiple specifications of a product exist in many cases. The warehousing required for this is complex and subject to changing conditions throughout. When a warehouse is modernized, structures are put to the test in order to ensure future throughput volumes, among other things, and to guarantee the warehouse's performance.

Sub-aspects affected by the warehouse modernization:

  • Intralogistics structures and processes
  • System components, including control and conveyor technology
  • Warehouse management system

Goals of a warehouse modernization

The storage cost rate is used to calculate internally how storage costs relate to capacities and storage requirements, among other things. Basically, warehouse modernization involves adapting the warehouse infrastructure to changed capacities, warehouse modules and the like. Depending on the focus, this pursues different goals:

  • Increase of the warehouse capacity utilization rate
  • Reduction of the storage cost rate
  • Reduction of downtime
  • Increased capacities for a growing assortment or increased product diversity
  • Optimization of the use of storage technology
  • Reduction of disruption times (especially due to inefficient processes, outdated technology, etc.)

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