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In a world-first, Dematic has integrated a robotic fresh produce picking, palletising and despatch system for Danish retailer Netto. Automating fresh produce distribution In the fresh produce sector, an efficient supply chain and one-touch handling are essential.
These regulate, among other things, how much weight an employee can lift in total per shift, and up to what height goods can be accessed. Scissor-lift tables used to raise and lower pallets are therefore a typical feature in Danish logistics centres.
After docking, incoming goods pallets are transferred to a roller conveyor or for allocation to the manual pick-by-voice order assembly area.
The conveyor system distributes incoming goods pallets onto a conveyor. Four in-feed conveyors transport the pallets to one of the 15 robot cells.
The conveyor lanes are both feed and return paths and each lane carries single SKU pallets. A separate empty pallet circulation system was installed for the required empty pallets for order assembly. This pool consists largely of the empty incoming goods pallets, and the robots are equipped with an integrated pallet-gripping device for this purpose.
Online buffer storage capacity at each pallet in-feed lane means there is no need for circulation or overflow paths for in-feed sequencing. This means orders can be picked in batches in the robot cells, one after the other. Pallets are always built on the basis of a maximum of 28 different packs — in the worst case scenario, this means a maximum of four stops between the empty pallet and completed shipping pallet to the robot cells.
Pallet stretchwrapping and despatch Completed order pallets in the robot cells are removed automatically by the pallet stacking rack systems via one of two roller conveyors connected at multiple points in the outgoing goods handling direction.
In this process, the twin-track conveyor line is used both for loading and unloading the robot cells. Empty incoming goods pallets are picked up by the robots and transferred to the empty pallet conveyor line for ongoing use.
The final highlight of the innovative system design is the outgoing goods handling system, located on the second level. Here completed pallets are fed to a temporary storage location in their stacking racks on the roller conveyor tracks.
In an exact, predefined position underneath the outgoing goods handling system, a lift raises completed pallets out of their pallet stacking guides, up onto the second level, where the pallet is automatically stretchwrapped before being directed to despatch. Dematic provided the entire communication structure, in addition to IT hardware such as application and database servers, and operational equipment including headsets, scanners, data terminals and PCs.
In addition to the fast, optimised handling processes, the system has provided Netto with additional free space for despatch preparation and provides scope for further increases in incoming goods and throughput.next case study; X.
Published on May 11, Netto – Denmark. Gametation. Overview. Netto is Denmark’s largest retailer with over stores. Also operating in Germany, Poland and Sweden, Netto’s offer is based on high quality, low prices and a regularly changing selection of limited availability special offers combined with a.
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