Company: FRATELLI CARLI
Project: Warehouse automation
Solution: Implementation of a WMS system for automatic and manual warehouse with Stockager®
Well rooted in our glorious past, but constantly looking forward to the future: this is the secret of Fratelli Carli's success. Ever since it started, the company has been committed to growing with a view to combining the two strands of "tradition and innovation" and to creating typically Mediterranean products. Through cutting-edge technologies in processing and quality control, they guarantee that their products have proven reliability. This, therefore, is innovation, but they are always careful to maintain a business approach founded on the importance of the human factor as an irreplaceable asset and an authentic added value.
Beta 80 Group created several WMS systems over the years in collaboration with Fratelli Carli. The entire system allows for the following:
The traceability system provides online information about the position of batches inside all the warehouses managed, in transparent mode for users. Two types of data base (Oracle/Sqlserver) are managed. The warehouse system also sends data to a data warehouse for long term data storage. In this way operators can query the system and find out the life of a certain product or batch from the time it comes in from production, to final dispatch.
With the implementation of the last two warehouses created (third party products and packing), Fratelli Carli was able to set us a traceability system for complete batches, since they could pinpoint the exact location of a batch at any time.
The overseas dispatch warehouse was equipped with a PickToLight subsystem logging onto Stockager®, for managing picklists on intensive picking references, but with a low number of pieces.
The Supply Chain Management Division develops services and solutions for controlling production and distribution processes, with particular emphasis on advanced logistics systems. The development of Warehouse Management and Supply Chain Management systems is divided into three areas: