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f+h Intralogistics 3/2014

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CEMAT RUSSIA NEWS Russia: Economics, intralogistics and CeMAT An ambitious economic nation such as Russia needs an intralogistics sector that functions efficiently. CeMAT Russia represents the ideal platform here, taking place from 23 to 26 September in Moscow. The editorial team at f+h Intralogistics put the most important questions regarding this event to Wolfgang Pech, Managing Director of Deutsche Messe AG. Talk of intralogistics playing a key role calls for an important strategic and technological performance. What does this mean for CeMAT? The CeMAT exhibitors come to the trade fair with products and solutions that are tailored to the Russian market. Visitors thus benefit from a product or service that enables them to design an efficient logistical system that meets their in-house requirements. This includes everything from industrial trucks to conveying and storage technology, picking and packaging to logistics software. Expert forums with interesting talks on up-and-running intralogistics projects round up the program at CeMAT Russia. This year’s event is a special one for CeMAT Russia. It is the fifth trade fair to take place in Moscow. What conclusion can you draw after five years of CeMAT in Russia? This mini anniversary has certainly shown us one thing: bringing CeMAT to Russia was the right thing to do. The demand from the companies located there has been immense. This can be seen in the major interest shown by both exhibitors and trade visitors, who come to the trade fair with specific interests and queries. Wolfgang Pech: “At CeMAT Russia, visitors will find solutions for almost every intralogistic task” Mister Pech, in your opinion, what role will intralogistics play in the further development of the Russian economy? Despite the tense situation in Ukraine, Russia will remain one of the most ambitious economic nations in the world. In this context, the country will grow into its role as an interface between Asia and Europe, and thus become more important for the logistics sector. On the one hand, the companies active in Russia need to be supplied with raw materials and goods, on the other they need to be able to deliver their products at the right time, in the right quality and quantity, to the right location. Online trade is also gathering steam in Russia with the population’s consumption requirements growing. This is putting further pressure on logistics providers, with the intralogistics sector playing a key role. How do you see CeMAT Russia developing in the future? Russia is one the strongest growing economies in the world. And this would not be possible without intralogistics. CeMAT has established its position on the market over these past five years, and will continue to benefit from that fact that logistic processes can only succeed with innovative technologies. These technologies can be found at CeMAT. Furthermore, we also provide visitors with the opportunity to exchange and share expert information, as well as explore innovative products and solutions. We will continue to expand the CeMAT program and also further strengthen its content. Thank you for talking to us! Wolfgang Pech in conversation with Reiner Wesselowski, Editor-in-Chief of f+h Intralogistics Your media partner in Russia We will successfully support your corporate activities on the Russian user market for intralogistics. Find out more about our broad range of editorial and promotional services. Come and talk to us at CeMAT Russia in Moscow. You will find us in Hall 12, Booth A271. Reiner Wesselowski, Editor-in-Chief of f+h Intralogistics and Andreas Zepig, Head of Advertising at f+h Intralogistics, are looking forward to meeting you. 14 f+h Intralogistics 3/2014

ATP-E-Commerce-Logistics Center Pressath/Germany Vanderlande mechanizes fashion companies in Moscow Fashion retailers are in the focus of Vanderlande, the well known Dutch material handling company. A strategy that now is also paying off in Russia. The list with references is long and still expanding. TVOE and Carlo Pazolini are recent projects. TVOE is one of Russia’s largest and fastest growing fashion retailers. It services the company’s own fashion stores and franchisees in Russia. The large number of products, fast changing collections and promotions combined with scarcity of skilled labor are the main drives for TVOE to decide for mechanization. Reduction in labor dependency and cost efficiency are essential to handle the demanded peaks and to improve accuracy. Vanderlande’s system was designed to handle over 240,000 items per day. In peak times the system runs for 24 hours. Then it handles close to 500,000 items per day. The system consists of goods reception with inline labeling, a 5 aisle HDS shuttle system with Barracuda load for double deep carton storage and 40,000 locations. The system also contains a Crossorter 700 for sorting single items. The order picking takes place at 20 induct stations according to the single touch principle. Product cartons which are not picked empty at the induct station (residuals) will return to the shuttle system. The Crossorter, with presort, has 182 chutes which sort directly into shipping cartons. An overhead chain conveyor brings the empty and re-used cartons automatically to the chute operators. Replenishment of the shuttle system takes place from the pallet bulk warehouse (Very Narrow Aisle). The carton closing is semi automatic, the wrapping upstream of the shipping sorter is again fully automatic. Vision Warehouse-Management-System controls the total system, including the manual pallet area. International shoe and accessory company Carlo Pazolini is known for Italian quality and forward looking style. Each year a number of new stores open throughout the world, offering a wide variety of high end shoes and accessories. To enable this international growth their current Moscow DC is fully mechanized by Vanderlande. With a Crossorter 700 combined with 2 infeeds and 80 chutes Pazolini can reach a capacity of 4,000 items an hour. The new solution will be operational 7 days a week, for 11 hours per day. During peak times Pazolini will extend the operation to 24 hours per day. To complete the material handling solution a take away conveyor with weighing and labeling will be installed. Empty cartons are supplied to the packing area using a hanging conveyor. Hall 12, Booth A235 Boxer SE – the smart solution for small parts warehouse The stacker crane type Boxer SE Smart Edition by Stöcklin Logistics combines the latest safety and bus technology with uncompromising lightweight construction. The ease of use is reflected in the device’s excellent accessibility of the system. This makes it easy to repair simple faults in the device itself and in external components. Thanks to intelligent axis control, link coupling, boost, energy-saving and sleep modes, and components selected for the system – that make the stacker crane up to 70 % lighter than conventional small parts units – energy savings of up to 45 % are possible. The Boxer SE’s drive concept includes other features. Due to a lifting capacity and rack gap monitoring function and a fail-safe controller, the device is easy to integrate into your system-specific security concept. The device is specifically designed for applications in small warehouses – 40 m in length and 12 m in height – and the weight was reduced to a minimum. Hall 12, Booth A321 Successful E-Commerce demands first-class logistics. ATP opts for WITRON systems. “Through state-of-the-art mail order logistics, ATP will be able to supply more than 600,000 customers out of an assortment of more than 600,000 articles in next to no time. Goods will be ready for dispatch after only seven minutes of order receipt.“ Peter Pöllath, owner of ATP Auto-Teile-Pöllath Be innovative • Be committed • Be successful General contractor for the design, realization, and the operation of cost-efficient logistics and picking systems for trade and industry. Design, IT, control engineering, mechanics, and service – all from one hand. Neustaedter Str. 21 · D-92711 Parkstein Phone: +4996026000 · Fax: +499602600211 ·


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