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G.O.L.D. Radio controls and optimises in real-time all warehouse operations

G.O.L.D. Radio controls and optimises in real-time all warehouse operations...
G.O.L.D. Radio controls and optimises in real-time all warehouse operations

G.O.L.D. Radio
The application module of the G.O.L.D. Software family controls and optimises in real-time all warehouse operations.

G.O.L.D. Radio is a comprehensive tool to manage:

  • Forklift truck operator productivity
  • Forklift truck movements
  • Preparation
  • Loading and goods reception/ dispatch.

G.O.L.D. Software
Aldata G.O.L.D. is a complete solution dedicated to the supply chain for the retail, wholesale, industry and 3rd party logistics sectors.
Aldata Solution, with its G.O.L.D. software package, has a global product presence with prestigious references over many thousands of sites.

A Complete and Powerful System
G.O.L.D. Radio is a powerful tool for the real-time control of all stock movement and resource (operators, forklift trucks, elevators…) operations in the warehouse through the use of onboard radio terminals.
All stock movement operations result in an immediate update of the stock position whilst at the same time optimising task allocation, priority orders and picking replenishment.
G.O.L.D. Radio is an enhancement module to G.O.L.D. Stock and includes:

Optimisation and Control of Warehouse Operations Gain up to 25% in stock handling and 10% in picking by an optimal management of :

  • Productive and efficient use of the forklift truck operators
  • Forklift truck movements
  • Preparation operations.


Task Automation and Control The system has advanced and highly performant automation :

  • Facilitates the organisation of stock movements in just-in-time mode
  • Eliminates operator waiting times
  • Standardises the forklift truck operations
  • Organises in real-time all warehouse operations (from reception through to dispatch)
  • Controls truck loading.


Resource Management
The system integrates all manpower and equipment resource data. It enters simultaneously data, events and quality of the work performed via bar code scanning (products, UBD, weight, lots, …).

A Modular System
G.O.L.D. Radio, via modular and specialised functions, integrates all the data necessary to :

  • reduce data collection time
  • allocate tasks in real-time
  • optimise handling
  • provide quick response to emergency calls
  • optimise the forklift truck fleet
  • ensure a total operations traceability
  • measure accurately forklift truck activity
  • control mission progress
  • eliminate the use of paper


A High Performance System
G.O.L.D. Radio, specifically designed for warehouse operations, offers a wide range of profitable services:

  • Real-time Control:
    • improves the work quality and removes all operational risks : optimisation of forklift truck operations, control of picking and dispatch operations
  • Savings and Reliability:
    • simultaneous data transfer permits substantial savings in terms of stock movements and paper, eliminates operator waiting time and provides enhanced organisational flexibility
  • Accurate and Total Control:
    • productivity indicators permit complete supervision and continual operational reporting
  • Openness:
    • the implementation of standard interfaces permit information exchange with the G.O.L.D. WMS module G.O.L.D. Stock and other existing systems. G.O.L.D. Radio integrates various radio technology and radio equipment.
Supplier

Symphony RetailAI

Josef-Lammerting-Allee 25
50933 Köln
Germany

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