Where it all begins: Receiving is the first stop. Incoming goods are unloaded from the truck and the items are checked for accuracy. Once the items have been identified, the goods are entered into the system either automatically via barcode or manually before being stored. Important decisions about the required storage strategy must be made at the first station.

Data entry

Once the accuracy of the delivered goods has been confirmed, the data must be recorded in the system before the goods can be stored in the high-bay warehouse. This can either be done automatically via barcode or the employee on site can enter the data manually. For the automatic solution, we work with long-standing partners who provide us with the latest components. In combination with our intralogistics software, data collection is a breeze.

Nahaufnahme einer an eines Scanners

Quality control

When goods are received, we not only check whether the correct goods have been delivered, but also pay special attention to ensuring that the goods are stored correctly in the high-bay warehouse. A wide range of parameters can be automatically stored in the system by identifying the goods. During the incoming goods inspection, the system automatically recognizes whether the correct goods are on the pallet and whether the quantity is correct. In the background, the software automatically compares whether the identified goods match the supplier's registration. Only then are the goods put into storage.

Ein Gabelstapler vor grünen Kisten

Goods identification

Before the unit load is transported to the high-bay warehouse, it is subjected to a contour, pallet and weight check, which verifies the maximum dimensions and weight.In addition, the goods are automatically identified by a camera system and the necessary data on the transport unit is automatically recorded in the system. If one of the checks is not correct, the transport unit is made available for manual correction. There, the worker can check which check the unit failed and correct the error before it can be put back into storage.

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  • LTW LIOS - Ein 3D-Model mit der Aufschrift Lios

    LTW LIOS: Receiving

    Our LIOS software already supports the process at goods receipt. This is because the goods must be routed correctly at this stage. At goods receipt, the software decides whether the goods are best stored in the pallet warehouse or the automated small parts warehouse, for example. Or should they end up in the manual warehouse? The associate receives all this information at the receiving dock and can place the goods on the pallet, in totes, or in other locations before labeling and, if necessary, wrapping.