Optimise your ecommerce logistics through automation

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Learn how online retailers and distributors leverage the power of automation to improve their intralogistics processes.

To remain competitive you need to be able to optimise your pick and dispatch functions by employing the latest technology and processes.

Kardex Remstar alongside customers Charles Clinkard and Med24, discuss how employing automation can significantly improve productivity and deliver a fast ROI.

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In less than 30 mins you‘ll learn how to:

  • Increase the speed and accuracy of your picking operation
  • Eliminate the risk and cost of miss-picks
  • Cut down on time wasted through stock searching
  • Optimise the working environment through goods-to-person
  • Reduce space by up to 85%

Speakers:

Tom Findlay, Sales Director – Kardex Remstar

Tom Findlay is the Sales Director for UK & Ireland at Kardex Remstar, an award winning automated material handling company. The company has more than 50% market share in the UK and is the preferred ASRS partner for some of the world’s largest businesses.

Tim Payne, Trading Director – Charles Clinkard

Tim Payne is Trading Director at The Clinkard Group Ltd, a retailer and wholesaler of branded comfort footwear in the UK. His areas of responsibility include the retail supply chain and he has recently overseen a project to install and integrate a Kardex ‘goods to man’ solution. Tim will talk about how the retail supply chain has benefitted from automation and improved storage density since going live in January of this year.

Nils Traeholt, Director and Co-founder – Med24

Nils Træholt is the director and co-founder of Med24, which sells healthcare and cosmetic products to consumers in Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Med24 implemented a fully scalable Kardex automated solution to increase their warehouse capacity. Nils will share experiences from the logistical change process and the result they have achieved through automation.