In the logistics world, there is a need for warehouse optimization regardless of whether the warehouse is automatic or manual. The reason for the non-stop warehouse optimization process is that fulfillment centers face many challenges. Some of these challenges include meeting shipping deadlines, reducing order processing times, increasing customer retention rates, improving space utilization, tightening control of inventory, creating efficient picking, reducing order errors, and increasing warehouse safety.
Caja Warehouse Optimization
Caja warehouse optimization system is like no other, with our cloud-based software controlling every aspect of warehouse operations. Warehouse optimization is not limited to a specific step of operations. It’s relevant during the inbound process, picking time, and even off-picking hours.
With AI-powered software controlling advanced robotics, there are endless possibilities that can be achieved. The cloud-based software serves as the conductor of the orchestra, synchronizing with the fulfillment center’s WMS, to control the routes, bin location optimization, order prediction, picking stations, consolidations, clustering, and much more.
Caja believes the key is filling the maximum number of orders with the minimum number of bins, moving as fast as possible.
This is done by
Our two types of picking stations allow time-saving with high volume orders as needed.
a. Dynamic algorithm for predetermined routes choosing the optimal and fastest ones, given all robots’ locations at any moment to the second.b. Knowing the route is clear allows the robots to reach higher speeds, as there will be no obstacles on the way