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Intelligent Intralogistics: 3 Stages of In-Plant Logistics Automation

2019-02-22

Industry 4.0 technologies influence logistics in important ways. The digitization of the supply chain and automation of logistics processes – through technologies such as the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), smart sensors, Big Data and artificial intelligence (AI), along with other new technologies – has paved the way to innovative, interconnected and smart logistics. Logistics 4.0 encapsulates also intralogistics and manufacturing logistics processes.

Top 8 Smart Industry Trends in Logistics and Manufacturing for 2019 and Beyond

2019-01-21

As the manufacturing and logistics sectors undergo major transformation, digital twins, artificial intelligence, the industrial Internet of Things, and warehouse robotization rank among the leading Smart Industry trends for 2019 and the coming years.

The Road to Automated and Intelligent Warehouse

2018-07-23

The digital transformation of enterprises and digitalisation of manufacturing processes are fast becoming the norm and necessity not only for expansion purposes but also for long-term sustainability, regardless of size or nature of enterprise. The ever-changing environment of the logistics’ industry continuously throws up new demands for quality, flexibility, and types of the services provided by logistic companies. Moreover, the incessant pressures caused by enterprises’ operational costs force them to re-evaluate their business models and revise both the ongoing processes and operations to ensure the continuity and reliability of the supply chain.

Inspiration from Practice - EMANS at LUNYS Increased the Picking and Packing of Goods by More than 50%

2017-07-04

After implementing the EMANS solution, the Lunys plant in Bratislava now processes 800 orders with almost 10,000 items every day and delivers them throughout western Slovakia. Every day they dispatch 4,000 crates loaded with 50 tons of fruit and vegetables.

SMART FACTORY and INDUSTRY 4.0 technologies of the future

2016-11-07

You do not need massive investments to set out on a journey to a smart factory. You can do it step by step. It is important to start digitising and set basic principles, even if to a small extent. This sums up the main idea of the 6th annual international conference PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT 2016. ANASOFT was centre stage again. It engaged the senior production managers taking part at this prestigious event in a survey on digitisation of manufacturing companies.

Actual paperless production becomes reality - EMANS

2016-11-04

In accordance with the principles of sustainable development, people are increasingly concerned with the elimination of paper. This way of thinking is close also to us, in ANASOFT. Through our SMART solutions we have brought the paperless reality in many sectors where we have successfully replaced standard paper processes. We have selected a few tips for paperless processes in production with our Manufacturing Execution Systems EMANS.

You can celebrate the „World Paper Free Day” every day

2016-11-03

At the beginning of November there is the World Paper Free Day, an initiative that encourages people and businesses to –for at least one day- reduce the consumption of popular paper to a minimum. However; we should consider the necessity and effectiveness to print and use the documents more often than once a year.

What to Do with an Overstocked Warehouse – Can a Warehouse Management System Resolve This Problem?

2016-09-19

The issue of excess stock is not unique and many manufacturers face the problem of piling up components, raw materials or their spare parts. In some manufacturing halls, buffer storerooms and annexes take up more than a half of the entire area. As a result, manufacturing sites surrounded by palettes remind one of a battlefield rather than a pleasant and ergonomic working environment. Introducing the WMS - Warehouse Management System can be the right solution.

What is the impact of the rapid growth of production on costs for a manufacturing company?

2016-06-16

The automotive industry recorded growth in 2015. However, rapid growth in production may also have an undesirable effect on the business environment. Suppliers more frequently point out the growing turnover rate of employees. This situation has a significant impact on the costs of the companies, but the labor shortage also complicates the flexibility of their reaction to the increased demand of automotive factories in particular.

Cutting Production Costs

2016-06-01

As the results of the PwC survey have shown, almost half of the manufacturing companies worry about the permanent pressure of automobile producers on improving productivity. The dearth of skilled labor along with turnover rates have a huge impact on company costs. Using the EMANS manufacturing information software can be the solution.