Working with Vehicles
Each vehicle can be defined to work with specific type of loads and locations.
Loader can work with pallets only in floor locations or shelf locations.
Handcart as a vehicle can work with pallets in floor locations.
Worker can work with a box in floor location.
Two categories of employees work with the system: managers and operators.
Manager has management functions and works with WMS using PC.
Operator works with inventory according to tasks from WMS and using radio terminal screen.
The system allows to control which functions and commands are available for each operator. In addition, allowed working areas can be defined.
Task is an assignment to do a certain work in the warehouse. The tasks can be generated by the system automatically depending on a current operation or created manually by the manager.
Example: Load is received to warehouse and needs to be stored.
One scenario: after receiving a product, the system automatically finds destination locations, generates tasks and assigns them to operators.
Another scenario: after receiving a product, manager gives command to the system to find destination locations, generate tasks and assign them to operators.
The operator receives task assignments via a radio terminal and confirms them by scanning the cargo’ s or location’ s barcode.
If RFID technology is deployed, task assignments are confirmed by scanning the RF mark.
Manager gives commands to the system to move a load to desired place.
The system generates a task and assigns it to the operator.
Loads Receiving via RDTs
Automated Receiving of Loads from Manufacturing Facilities
Manual Receiving of Loads from Manufacturing Facilities
Storage in Racks
Order Compilation Technology Chain
General Notion of Rules
The system is guided by rules for planning tasks: putaway rules, routing rules, merging rules and so on.
Most of them may be changed in real-time and would adjust the system operations.
The Warehouse Topology window is used to visualize the warehouse situation and employees’ locations. The degree of zone filling-up is indicated by color.
Zones, Logical Groups, and Locations
Putaway and Routing Rules
Order Planning and Picking Rules
Web Portal: Requests View
Solvo.Billing: Basic Notions
Payment Calculation for Rendered Services
Equipment Integration Features
Project Cost-Efficiency Benefits
Economic Efficiency Benefits
¬´Solvo.WMS solution enables us to provide a high level of control over inventory flow and labor productivity as well as to accurately track every picking and shipping operation. It ensures real time information on product available for shipment. Additionally, we optimized utilization of warehouse facilities and reduced order picking costs .
¬´Developed to our unique specifications, Solvo.WMS fully meets our requirements The entire implementation process went extremely smooth, and was completed within to our strict deadline¬ª
Rossib Farmacia, ROSTA Pharmacology Group, Novosibirsk
Commercial Warehouse (3PL)
Sherland Ltd., Moscow
Wimm Bill Dann Tomilino, Moscow
Business process optimization that allows organizing warehouse workflows efficiently is the major advantage of Solvo.WMS besides just the optimization of material handling equipment, labor and storage space ¬ª
¬´We’ re grateful to the Solvo specialists for the significant role that they played in the development of our business. It was through Solvo’ s vast experience that we were able to create a flexible management system that provided an efficient ROI, increased performance and resources availability as well as enhanced customer service. We look forward to continuing our relationship in future¬ª
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