Automated Warehouse

Automated Warehouse

The Necessity of Automated Warehouse in Modern Warehousing

As the most important part of the modern logistics system, the automated warehouse could effectively solve the situation that the warehousing industry occupies a large amount of land and manpower, realize the automation and intelligence of warehousing, reduce the cost of warehousing operation and management, and improve logistics efficiency.

It consists of a high-rise racking system, a rail roadway stacker system, an in-out warehouse conveyor system, pallets and materials boxes, automatic control system, a computerized warehouse management system, and other peripheral equipment.

The automated warehouse is the inevitable trend in the development of modern warehousing: the basic starting point of the early conception of automated warehouses is to improve space utilization. With the gradual maturity of digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, and the Internet of Things, the warehouse has become more widespread meaning, which is related to improving the level of inventory management, reducing labor costs, improving inventory backlog, and realizing the traceability of goods.

Automated warehouse realizes intelligence and automation technology. Of course, in addition to the shelf part, it also needs some handling equipment, such as stackers or shuttles, which are the key equipment for the automatic mutual storage of goods nowadays. Glory Rail can supply the steel rail and rail clips for the stacker walking track.

Automated warehouse adopts the information scheduling of the operation amount of the automated equipment, which is an advanced storage mode widely recognized by society today. At present, the ore reliable suppliers at home and abroad are RIAMB, KENGIC, Dematic, Swisslog, DAIFUKU, murata, etc.

Automated warehouse’s application areas include industrial production(medicine production, automobile manufacturing, machinery manufacturing, electronics manufacturing, tobacco manufacturing); logistics(tobacco distribution, medical distribution, airport freight, subway); commodity manufacturing (clothing, wine, milk, chemical industry, printing, and publishing books); military applications(logistics, equipment),etc.