Ever-changing multichannel purchasing platforms have created growing markets in the apparel world. Brand items are being sold simultaneously through online and brick-and-mortar stores. The ease of purchasing and the need to keep customers satisfied has created a market of fast shipping and multi-return handling. An optimized solutionthat fits this need, while not overburdening the fulfillment center, is a huge asset in today’s fast-paced world.
Fast growth of food e-Commerce
Multichannel orders handled in the same fulfillment center
Rapidly increasing order volumes
Large volume of returns requiring quick and accurate handling
Huge number of
Shortage of reliable warehouse workers
Changing demand during peak times
Demand for delivery accuracy
Caja Robotics warehouse automation solution uses an improved approach for handling the challenges of the apparel logistics world – an adaptive, scalable, and responsive system that can handle not only today’s market needs but future changes too.
Caja’s solution is easily adapted to the apparel logistics world.
Our system affects everything from the lightning-fast inbound replenishment process to the daily tasks that demand synchronizing with pre-installed WMS (Warehouse Management System), while also controlling omni-channel orders, future order prediction algorithms, and warehouse optimization. At every step of the process, the solution is designed for optimization.
The state-of-the-art goods-to-person picking process keeps delivery accuracy at peak levels. Meanwhile, orders returns, which are usually a very complicated part of the warehouse managing process, are made fast and simple thanks to the smart algorithm and WMS synchronization, which bring item availability back online quickly.
Our two types of picking stations optimize the picking process for both e-commerce and retail apparel fulfillment centers.
The bins consolidation process made possible by Caja’s algorithms creates optimized storage space usage which, together with the option for multi-SKU bins, maximizes fulfillment center space usage.
The Apparel market is effected by peak times and market changes. Caja robotics’ system is elastic and adaptable, so easy and fast expansion of robot units is possible for peak times or even when fulfillment center growth is needed.
Apparel fulfillment centers deal with the challenge of handling different size boxes and even hanger-based items. Caja has a solution for this dynamic range of sizes and materials. Our two types of robotsare optimized to deal with this kind of diversity.
Caja’s solution for the apparel market is not just a picking platform, it is an A-Z full-process solution.
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Warehouse Robotics case study – Putting robots to work in a multi-tenant facility
Bergen Logistics’ more than 600,000-square-foot e-commerce fulfillment facility in North Bergen, N.J., handles a variety of products across several industries.
I can’t explain – in words – how excited I am to see this strategy pay off with this large Caja installation. It will not only benefit the customer but could potentially provide a solution for an entire industry segment.
Director of Customer Solutions at AHS