Overhead conveying system for e-commerce
For flexible and sustainable e-commerce distribution
Delivery at the desired date, shortest delivery times or deliveries to pick-up points including free returns or easy return in the store – these customer requests increasingly change classic distribution channels. It requires an intelligent, flexible and highly dynamic logistics solution to ensure fast access to the requested goods in the warehouse and immediate availability of returns after they have been checked.
For this purpose, SSI SCHAEFER offers SSI Carrier, a versatile and scalable overhead conveying system that is perfectly suitable for handling e-commerce and omni-channel distribution. One single load carrier for transport, accumulation, buffering, sorting and sequencing – the SSI Carrier pouch sorter provides all these functions. It also convinces with its sustainability: In addition to increased storage density and permanent availability, the intelligent switch-off on demand and the use of passively driven components ensure a high degree of energy efficiency.
The innovative SSI Carrier system consists of the universal SSI Carrier as load carrier, a circulation and an accumulation conveyor, switches and work stations for loading and unloading the carriers. Standardized components can be combined modularly, variably and economically to form complex systems, which can be extended at any time.
Another advantage: The pouch sorter system enables flexible and gentle transport of hanging goods, flat goods or other products in pouches from the areas fashion, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, electronics or groceries. Thanks to the dynamic buffer, the system can be used for very economical handling of returns in e-commerce and facilitates store-friendly delivery.
High sorting accuracy, load securing and process safety
User-friendly with simple user interface
Flexible with optimum use of space
Pre-picking possible with dynamic buffer
Everything from one source – development, production, planning, steelwork, tailor-made IT, installation, commissioning and service