Order Picking Systems

Order picking systems for pallets, totes, cartons and boxes

With an increasing number of items being offered, achieving deliveries on time without errors is becoming a greater and greater challenge. The number of smaller orders that need to be processed fast is also growing. This demands a well organised order picking process.

Dematic will support and advise you in finding the optimal concept for your order picking. We offer integrated order picking systems to process your customer orders efficiently and timely. Our order picking systems provide a suitable solution for item picking, case picking and pallet picking.

A high-performance order picking strategy

Order picking is still one of the most time-consuming and labour intensive activities in the warehouse. An efficient order picking strategy increases the accuracy and productivity of order picking and enables savings in costs and storage space in the warehouse.

Order picking processes are unique and require a custom-designed solution. Depending upon your application we configure the right order picking concept (goods-to-person picking, person-to-goods) and combine this with a collation method such as zone picking, compact picking or integrated picking and systems such as pick-to-light (P2L), voice picking and RF or RFID scanning.

Simulations of reliable goods flows

Dematic designs its own simulations and models for warehouse systems and transport installations. Simulations offer a good insight into your existing and/or future goods flows and lead to reliable estimates for capacities, interim storage, transfer times and so on. This enables you to know immediately if the order picking system can achieve the capacities you want to achieve.

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What customers say
Mike Orange,
VOW Europe

“Since it was commissioned, the installation has fulfilled and even exceeded all of our expectations. Our customers can now draw from a huge stock. Furthermore our picking costs have decreased by around 33%.”