Mobile racking system
Mobile racking system as overall logistical solution
Tailor-made – the total logistical solution
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- Up to 90% saving on racking aisles
- Link between warehouse management system and data radio transmission
- Paperless goods handling
- Efficient utilisation of space plus time savings
- First-in-first-out possible
- For pallet, modular and cantilever racking systems
Jungheinrich mobile racking systems comprise pallet racking (single/multi-bay racking) or cantilever racking, which is mounted on mobile stands. Equipped with motors, the racking can then be moved via rail guidance so that the required racking aisle can be opened. This operating principle enables 9 out of 10 aisles to be done away with, thereby creating new storage space. The total logistical solution with the Jungheinrich WMS (warehouse management system) achieves significant time savings in the warehouse and with the handling of goods and also facilitates a high level of space optimisation.
Advantages in overview
Advantages in detail
Mobile racking saves on working aisles and achieves a high degree of space utilisation. Load units are directly accessible at any time when the required racking aisle is opened. As the Jungheinrich WMS permits automatic control of the mobile racking system via interfaces, the operators do not have to get out of their trucks or operate remote controls to open the desired aisle. The time saved due to the linking of the Jungheinrich WMS and radio data will increase throughput.
The servicing of mobile racking by a fork lift truck does not require a great deal of space, as only the open aisle requires the full drive-in aisle width. The racking rows can be controlled locally from the individual rack, remotely from the truck or by the warehouse management system (Jungheinrich WMS). The trucks are fitted with radio data terminals and scanners. The warehouse management system (Jungheinrich WMS) controls incoming goods, stacking and retrieval as well as order picking, replenishment, order consolidation and dispatch. To do this, it communicates with the truck operators and order pickers via a radio data system which allows for paperless processes.