The ASRS automated storage system is designed for the computerized retrieval and storage of goods in the cargo and distribution facilities where space is limited and efficiency and high throughput is required. ALS storage and retrieval machines are available in one or two mast design for single, double or multi deep storage. All our ASRS automated storage installations have two storage and retrieval machines per aisle for redundancy and high stock turnover.
Elevating Transfer Vehicles (ETV)
Designed particularly for maximum efficiency when it comes to store and retrieve ULDs. All things from storing, transferring, sorting, and retrieving the cargo in between the warehouse and the airside is entirely automated with interfaces to the airline and WMS. The inventory control system leads the way of all vehicle’s movement with the chance of the operator overriding manual (self) mode. Built on a central rail system amid the high bay storage aisles along with a lifting platform specifically designed for 10, 15, and 20 ft powered roller decks with an operator cabin.
Transfer Vehicles (TV)
A traditional method for transportation, storing, and retrieval of cargo horizontally on a particular level, the transfer vehicles (TV) are considered rail mounted prime movers. By connecting or attaching the combined roller conveyor alongside the outward roller decks, the ULDs are passed on and off. ALS offers a variety of operating modes including maintenance, semi-automated and fully automated.
The shuttle is the perfect storage system for sensitive and expensive articles. Products are stored securely in containers, trays or cartons reducing costs and making the best possible use of the space available. All this guarantees maximum throughput and system availability. All our shuttle solutions are modular formed from racking, shuttles and control system. The shuttle covers all the key processes of the modern automated warehouse including storage, consolidation, buffering, picking and handling of returns. The modular design allows system expansion to be carried out step-by-step, and the investment scaled accordingly.
Micro-Fulfillment Centers (MFC)
Micro-Fulfillment Centers are compact structures of racking and shelves containing totes, in which the goods are stored. The totes are managed by shuttles that retrieve the totes when an order is placed, bringing the totes to a picking station where they can be assembled into an order ready for pickup or delivery. These systems are popular in the e-commerce and food retail industry as an alternative to manual fulfillment and their small size offers major competitive advantages in terms of last mile and delivery costs.
The pharma store is an innovative storage and picking system and is particularly suitable for pharmacies. With manageable investment costs, the pharma store automates an article range that otherwise requires extensive manual processing. With the highest storage density in a small space, the pharma store increases quality and efficiency and provides flexibility and performance to respond quickly to changing requirements. In addition, it meets industry-specific documentation requirements: batch tracking, serial number recording and expiry date.