Modula automatic vertical warehouses’ high storage density allows workshops to make the most of their available space, saving up to 85% of floor space compared to traditional storage methods. Being accurate and fast and having to prepare a large number of orders per hour are determining factors which require a new approach to logistics and warehouse management. Workers will no longer have to walk 70% of their time to find items, and they will be able to process a much larger number of orders.
The Saba Agriservice case
Saba Agriservice is a company in the province of Siena, operating for over 30 years in the mechanised agriculture sector.
Before Modula arrived, the parts and spare parts were stored on traditional shelves, with problems involving the ground space they took up and the difficulty the workers had removing them.
The company was oriented towards an automated system that would lead to a reliable product traceability and increase storage quality and orderliness.
Modula, the solution
8 ML75D systems, 5300 mm tall.
Every Modula has:
– 34 drawers that can individually hold 750 kg.
– A laser pointer that indicates the exact position of the item to be removed.
– A sliding console, which helps the operator during intense picking operations.