Footwear is a fast-developing industry with a wide variety of customers, products niche, and brands. Shoes, boots, sandals, and indoor footwear each have their own big-name brands and all are being sold simultaneously through online and brick-and-mortar stores. Customers have stricter requirements for footwear than for clothing because precise sizing affects comfort. So this market is defined by the need for accurate delivery and large return volume.
Large volume of returns requiring fast and accurate handling
Changing demand during peak times
Huge number of SKUs for each model
Fast growth of e-Commerce
Multichannel orders handled in the same fulfillment center
Rapidly increasing order volumes
Shortage of reliable warehouse workers
Demand for delivery accuracy
Caja Robotics solution is made to futurize your footwear warehouse with ease. We can do that thanks to our adaptive, scalable, and responsive system gives your warehouse
Caja’s solution is optimized for footwear fulfillment center logistics.
The solution is designed for optimization at every step, from the lightning-fast inbound replenishment process that fits multi-sized bins and boxes to the daily tasks that demand synchronizing with pre-installed WMS (Warehouse Management System), while also controlling omni-channels orders, future orders prediction algorithms, and warehouse optimization.
Our two types of picking Pack-Checks optimize the picking process for both e-commerce and brick-and-mortar footwear fulfillment centers. Our Pack-Checks can even go hybrid.
The bin consolidation process, combined with multi-SKU bins, optimizes storage space.
Caja robotics’ system is elastic and adaptable, allowing for easy and fast expansion of the number of robots during peak times or fulfillment center growth.
Caja’s solution for the footwear market is not just a picking platform, it is an A-Z, full-process solution.
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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