Solutions

Case Picking

As margins fall, the need to reduce shipping and handling costs means that bulk distribution continues to offer significant advantages. Yet with a lack of flexible solutions, case picking remains one of the most strenuous tasks in the warehouse.

Case Picking for Fulfillment & Distribution

Fresh Workers Mean Faster Work

Handling heavy products is one of the biggest safety challenges in the warehouse. But, in order to get shipments out on time, you need operators to be working quickly. Inevitably, this leads to more mistakes, more serious accidents, and more money spent on insurance pay-outs and missed orders. AMR-enabled case picking aims to lower work intensity, increase productivity, and ensure worker safety.

Quicker Work

Instead of an operator dragging a hand pallet truck or hopping on and off a ride-on forklift, AMR-enabled case picking means cases are picked and moved more quickly. 

Safer Environment

When your operators are tired, it’s easier to make mistakes. Reducing labor intensity and automating heavy payload movement means your workers are fresh, focused, and efficient.

Reduced Movement

Separating the case carrier from the operator and creating zones result in less walking, less dragging, and more picking. That means more work done in less time.

Case Picking

Pick to Robot

The Solution

• Pickers follow instructions via a handheld device to locate and select the correct case
• Pickers pick cases and place them directly on the robot
• After all picks are completed, the robot moves to a packing, sorting, or consolidation area

Suitable for:

• Discrete Order Picking
• Batch Picking
• Zone Picking

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Pick-to-Pallet
Case Picking

Pick to Pallet

The Solution

• Pickers follow instructions via a handheld device to locate and select the correct case
• Operators pick cases and follow instructions via a handheld device to place the item on the pallet
• After all picks are completed, the robot moves to a packing, sorting, or consolidation area.

Suitable for:

• Discrete Order Picking
• Batch Picking
• Zone Picking

The Robots That Make the Difference

Robotics Software

f(x) Fleet Manager

f(x) Fleet Manager is a software suite designed to organize your operations, delegate work, and control your robot fleet. f(x) connects with your existing hardware and software so you get synchronized operations and more visibility. From mapping and task-building to data analysis, f(x) has every functionality you need to deploy a fleet of mobile robots successfully. 

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