Warehouse automation instead of new build
Your manufacturing warehouse can do more
Buildings up to 15 m tall can hide unimagined storage potential. However, limiting factors such as low storage density and manual intralogistics processes do not allow this potential to be used to the full.
Gains for warehouse operators
As a business grows, so does the need for storage capacity and higher throughput rates. Implementing LOGI-KIT means a new production warehouse might not be necessary. Owing to the fast realization and potential savings in operating costs plus the enhanced storage capacity and throughput rates, customized automation is the cost-effective alternative.
Concentrating on the essentials
You don’t have to be an automation specialist to benefit from the very latest technology – DAMBACH Lagersysteme does that for you. LOGI-KIT is easy to integrate and, thanks to logical maintenance concepts, extremely economic in operation.
Existing buildings and infrastructure continue to be used. Depending on the LOGI-KIT configuration, it is even possible to continue using existing racking. No need to invest in a new build project with all the associated costs. The new warehouse system can be installed during ongoing operations. That lowers the cost of temporarily relocating the stock.
The advantage of new-generation warehouse systems
Simply adapt your existing production warehouse to your needs
Whether Euro pallets, industrial pallets, half-size formats or plastic pallets for the chemicals and foodstuffs industries, DAMBACH Lagersysteme can supply the newest technology so you get crucial advantages:
DAMBACH Lagersysteme bieten entscheidende Vorteile durch hochmoderne Technik:
- Best possible energy, performance, and cost efficiencies (“goods to man ”)
- Consistent lightweight designs
- Suitable for existing buildings
- Minimal energy consumption for better sustainability
- Installation during ongoing operations
- No forklifts means a reduced risk of accidents and damage
- Use of the existing infrastructure right down to the racking