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Information System for a Pharmaceutical wholesaler

Information System for a Pharmaceutical wholesaler

System Requirements (Areas of Improvement)

  • Prevent and reduce rates of missing stock (for coping with intense industry share battles).
  • Maintain high service levels (of frequent deliveries etc.).
  • Obtain distribution rebates through one distribution center, and bring down cost through sorting and distribution.
  • Thorough control of lot expiration.
  • Improve handling rates at the center.

Our Solution

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Solution Features

  • Increase in per-hour processing capacity with meticuluous service (improved sorting rate).
  • Creates a mechanism for responding flexibly to orders from customers.
  • Thorough lot expiration control supports reliable "zero-mistake" operation.
  • Productivity increased by the ability to monitor worker progress and results.
  • Reliable supply of variety of products needed for a full lineup.

Features of Installed Equipment

Pallet AS/RS
Pallet AS/RS
  • Efficient storage of replacement fluid, poultices, and other products, thereby raising the efficiency of the center.

Details

WMS
WMS
  • Introduction of our dedicated pharmaceutical wholesaler information system (warehouse management system) enabling centralized center management.

Details

Handy Terminal System
Handy Terminal System
  • Using the handy terminal system for picking increases reliability and allows identification of individual worker performance thereby increasing productivity.

Details

High-speed Automatic Dispatch Machines (Space Storage)
High-speed Automatic Dispatch Machines (Space Storage)
  • By allocation of control of the stowage pattern to the out-of-warehouse conveyor, increased efficiency of unloading at the destination can be realized.

Details

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