Warehouse honeycomb system

Warehouse honeycomb system

Honeycomb system in warehouse logistics

honeycomb systemIn companies where long metal materials such as profiles, pipes or rods are stored, it is worth using the professional storage solutions offered by LogiTower. Modern storage shelves using the honeycomb system are a very good solution for storing large quantities of long goods. In addition, they are supported by automatic feeder systems. This allows us to quickly retrieve the goods we need from the warehouse at any given time. In addition, they can work with component cutting systems so that a steel bar or panel can be cut to the correct length. CNC systems in the warehouse, combined with an automated infeed system, help to reduce costs and speed up warehouse handling.

What are the characteristics of a honeycomb system?

honeycomb systemThe modern honeycomb system makes it possible to organise the stored goods in long lengths. We can separate bars of different diameters, making it easy to manage the available materials. In this way, it is easy to see which goods need to be ordered if they run out. Honeycomb systems can work with forklifts, different storage layouts. In addition, it is a very good solution when large quantities of pipes are stored in a company, cranes can be used to remove and load goods on the shelf. This also increases safety, many rods or pipes are characterised by their heavy weight. This also eliminates the need for an employee to handle the goods, which significantly reduces handling costs. Automated storage of long goods is increasingly popular nowadays, it also saves a lot of storage space that would be needed for traditional loading. It allows the operator to quickly load as well as remove goods from the shelf in a safe manner.


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