• ERP Integration – We have experience in integrating with the following ERP software:
    •  SAP
    • Oracle ERP
    • Microsoft Great Plains
  • Database Integration – We have experience in integrating with the following databases in various projects:
    • Microsoft SQL (all versions)
    • Oracle
    • MySQL
    • IBM DB2
    • Sybase
  • PLC/Printer Integrations:
    • Fuji Auto Packing Line
    • Mitsubishi MELSEC PLC for Auto-packing/weighing line, Omron PLC
    • Markem Label printers for JTI
    • Zebra printers for JTI
  • Automated Material Handling System Integrations that we are exposed to includes:
    • AS/RS from Murata and Efasec
    • Cranes/Stacker Cranes and Conveyors from Murata/Efasec/Okura
    • Automated Delivery-wise Sorting Systems
    • Uni-shuttle from Murata
  • Possible Adaptations for:
    • Various Storage Unit Options like: Bin/Pallet/Wire Basket/Totes/Cage Trolley

Types of Warehouse Operations that our systems can be adapted to include:

  • Distribution Centers: – As the name suggests, distribution warehouses should be used for distribution needs – receiving, storing, and transferring a high volume of goods. The items kept in this kind of warehouse can come from one or multiple manufacturers. The main thing to remember is that goods are only stored temporarily.
  • Consolidated – These warehouses are ideal for businesses that accept online orders. A consolidated warehouse differs from a distribution warehouse because once the goods are received, they are broken down into smaller or different components before being transferred to the next destination.
  • Long Term – In most cases, inventory kept in a warehouse does not remain stagnant for very long. However, sometimes warehouse space is needed to fulfill retail or office functions. Under these circumstances, goods are not regularly received and transferred, but instead might be stored for extended periods of time.
  • Dockyard – This type of warehouse is required if you will be receiving goods from ships, or loading goods onto them. Obviously, dockyard warehouses must be dockside located, and are typically owned by the government or shipyard authorities.
  • Cold – Cold warehouses are not the same thing as climate-controlled storage spaces. Sometimes the goods that demand storage and distribution will perish unless kept in a refrigerated facility, so for that reason, cold warehouses are an option.