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With the widespread use of storage shelves, many shelf manufacturers have emerged, which in turn promotes more specialized and standardized production of shelves. In order to meet the challenges of the rapid development of various industries, is it necessary to build automated warehouses in the warehousing industry? The following is EBIL TECH's analysis on the three-dimensional warehouse:
1. Analysis of actual business needs. We need to consider automated and manual supporting operations, and analyze the throughput, storage capacity, and order types of goods in the warehouse in the next 3 to 5 years.
2. Carry out technical evaluation to confirm whether there are requirements for automation. According to the warehouse throughput and storage needs, it can be determined whether automation is needed and the degree of automation to be achieved.
There are four levels to classify the level of warehouse operations:
Elementary: Simple manual operations-such as pallet stacking, goods on the shelf, etc.
Level 2: Machine-assisted operations: loading and transporting goods with lifts, conveyors and other machinery.
Level 3: Simple automated operation-use automatic cranes and simple conveying systems in warehouses with full pallets in and out.
Advanced: Complex automated operations-including indicator assisted picking systems, complex conveying systems, high-speed sorting systems, etc.
EBIL has excellent technical team, high quality management personnel. A large amount of research and development funds are invested every year, it always attach importance to product innovation and R&D and constantly increase the investment in R&D of automation products. It has created a variety of automated storage equipment and systems such as radio shuttle, multi-layer shuttle, shuttle carrier, four-way shuttle, stacker, elevator, WMS and WCS etc. It has obtained a number of national patents.