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f+h Intralogistics 3/2014

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CeMAT Russia News Intended for the Russian market At the heart of the PSI Logistics trade fair presentation is the theme of warehouse management. “The Russian economy is currently experiencing an upheaval,” explains Alexander Edelmann, Head of the PSI Logistics subsidiary in Moscow. “Suppliers and industrial concerns need to adjust to the increase in automation and the growing influence of online trading in the warehousing sector.” Enabling the management and optimization of processes is the warehouse management system PSIwms, the latest version of which will be presented at the event. PSI Logistics has many well-known contacts on the Russian market. The software has been accordingly localized with the user language Russian and Cyrillic character formatting. In addition to functions tailored specifically to the Russian market, the standard software allows the user to apply their own configuration settings. In this way, the software can be specifically tailored by the user to meet changing business processes. With better knowledge concerning the special requirements of the Russian market, the company is focusing its presentation on its warehouse management system, primarily the management of automation components directly from the software, as well as the incorporation of subordinate systems, such as pick by voice. “The standard version of PSIwms has already been designed to meet the requirements that will define the Russian market in the future,” explains Edelmann. www.psi.de Hall 12, Booth A351 Bito has completely revised the “Promotion” shuttle system The company Bito-Lagertechnik has revised its battery-operated, remote-controlled shuttle system “Promotion” and developed a new model with improved sensor technology, optimized mechanics, as well as a lighter battery. In addition to a more modern design, the manufacturer has further developed the mechanics for lifting and lowering, facilitating a faster pick-up and set-down of the pallets by the shuttle vehicle. The new battery, approximately two kilograms lighter, has two retractable handles which allows for a faster and simpler replacement. Despite its low weight, the runtime of the charge storage device has not changed. The overall shuttle concept also includes an intelligently integrated sensor technology with two human laser scanners, capable of detecting people and objects in both directions of travel, as well as two pallet overhang sensors. These determine whether the pallet has been packed at a slant and the goods are protruding over the loading equipment. Sensor detection for plastic pallets has also been improved – four pallet detection sensors can now be trusted to reliably identify reflective pallets. And because the manufacturer has found a way to better integrate the pallet detection sensors into the housing, the sensors are less susceptible to dust or other contamination. www.bito.com Hall 12, Booth A341 Viastore expanding warehouse management system The “viadat” warehouse management system from Viastore comprises a range of functions for increasing efficiency in the warehouse management of logistics service providers. This includes multi-host capability, multi-client capability and client-dependent strategies, as well as the invoicing of all storage services. We are talking here about stock movements, storage times, value added services, the management of various storage types, the simple configurability of storage technology, as well as strategies such as storage searches, stock reservations or replenishment strategies. The scope of functions was also recently expanded, to the benefit of logistics service providers, retailers and manufacturing companies. For example, Lean storage systems and Rotomat storage systems from Hänel were incorporated even further into the current “viadat 7.5” version. It is now also possible to not only manage the storage systems as stand-alone entities, but to also combine any number of these systems to form a single picking station. The warehouse management system can also incorporate the storage systems into forklift control systems, whereby operation is solely via radio terminal. At the same time, efficient picking principles such as multi-pick are supported. According to Viastore, the warehouse management system can also be used on tablets without restriction. www.viastore.com Hall 12, Booth A451 16 f+h Intralogistics 3/2014

TVH presents a new website The Belgian company Thermote Vanhalst, TVH is one of the leading suppliers in the aftermarket and rental of equipment for industrial plants and industrial applications. Irrespective of the brand, the type and the year of the industrial plant, TVH offers – more than 600,000 parts in stock – the right solution. The company is well known to be a specialist in new and secondhand forklifts and aerial work platforms. Here the customer can choose from a collection of 2,000 machines. To faciliate the search for the desired device, the manufacturer offers, among other things, the Internet search engine “My Equipment Finder”. This search engine is part of the renewed website, which can be found at the already known address www.tvh.com. On the new page, the product range is comprehensively presented with many pictures. Under the heading “Parts & Accessories” for example, the customer gets information about spare parts and accessories the company offers. Additionally he can find catalogs and brochures for these products there. For those who are interested in buying a new device, the pages of the appliance division offer an overview of the machines that are for sale as well as a link to the technical data. On the Training Centre and Service & Repair page the customer receives information about technical training and driver training. Here it is possible to register online immediately. The Service & Repair page introduces the workshop and electronics department. www.tvh.com Hall 12, Booth A117 Why should we invest in Hanover? Start-up, growth and relocation of companies in the Hanover Region (Germany) – these are the tasks and goals of hannover-impuls. With its services and projects, the business development company supports corporate commitment, secures and creates jobs, and actively shapes the future of Hanover’s business area. “By playing the role of a driving and guiding force, we are able to bring together suitable players from the worlds of business and science, and thus sustainably support the companies in our future industries”, says Peter Eisenschmidt, Project Director of International Affairs at hannoverimpuls GmbH. Watch the video to learn why it is worth investing in this German metropolis in Lower Saxony. www.hannoverimpuls.com Video Made in Germany Russia’s experts place their trust in the high quality of STAHL CraneSystems’ technically mature crane technology. As international leaders with over 135 years’ experience, we set high standards as regards innovation, engineering and quality. Our expertise is our driving force. As manufacturers of lifting technology and crane components and specialists for explosion-protected crane technology we offer the largest complete range of products on the market. STAHL CraneSystems GmbH, 74653 Künzelsau, Germany, Tel +49 7940 128-2388

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