Tunçer Yıldız made evaluations about automatic storage systems.
ÜÇGE DRS Robotic Systems Director Tunçer Yıldız, who was a guest at the Industry Radio Storage Solutions Program, made evaluations about automatic storage systems.
“AUTOMATIC STORAGE SYSTEMS ARE DIVIDED INTO 3 TYPES”
Stating that there are 3 main automatic storage systems in automatic storage systems: boxed, trayed and palletized, Tunçer Yıldız said the following about the sectors in which these systems are used and their working principles:
“Boxed and tray automatic storage systems are close to each other. These systems are mostly preferred in the automotive industry. The main areas where they are used are processes where the amount of stock is low, fast working and small parts are mobile, and product varieties are very dense. These systems; It is currently used in the main industry, automotive spare parts industry and some textiles. “These box or tray systems, that is, smart storage systems, are currently widely used in e-commerce.”
“INDUSTRIES WITH INTENSIVE PRODUCTION PREFER PALLET AS/RS”
Stating that palletized systems are preferred in sectors that produce intensively, Yıldız said, “When it comes to sectors that produce intensively, food necessarily comes into play. Another sector is the glassware industry.
As you know, there is a very successful company in this field in Turkey. Hundreds of thousands of shares are produced. In other words, sectors that require intensive production and serious storage definitely prefer pallet AS/RS systems.”
Tunçer Yıldız stated that in smart storage systems, the ordering is from manual, semi-automatic and fully automatic smart warehouses, but that a transition can be made from manual warehouse to fully smart warehouses and said:
“The key point for us here is that our customer should no longer be blocked in the current process in terms of stocking and transportation. Because the investment cost is high, I need to solve a big problem for him so that the return on that investment is short. “I can say that his investment has paid off in terms of efficiency.”