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Increase productivity, accuracy and cost-effectiveness
Considered the fastest, operator-based solution, Pick to Light is an innovative picking system that visually guides pickers in what to pick and how many. Available for both full and split case applications, Pick to Light increases productivity, accuracy and cost-effectiveness by reduces walk and seek times, eliminating paperwork and simplifying the picking process.
Pick-to-light is fast. By lighting the exact location or locations needed, pick-to-light is acknowledged as the fastest operator-based picking strategy available. In the time it takes to hear and interpret a location number or read a location number from a pick list of an RF terminal screen, the pick-to-light operator is already making the pick.
Pick-to-light is accurate. By getting the operator to the right location each time the picking process is greatly simplified. Task simplification and replication produces accuracy.
Pick-to-light is paperless. No more pick sheets to handle and tally marks to record. Pick-to-light operators simply scan an order number on the carton or tote and the system does the rest. Paperless picking reduces costs, reduces errors, and streamlines operations.
Pick-to-light is simultaneous. Other computer-based solutions like RF terminals and voice terminals are sequential in nature. The equipment is only capable of showing what the computer thinks should be the next pick. In a pick-to-light system ALL locations required in an area light up at once. This allows the operator to choose the best pick path and even pick in both directions.
Pick-to-light is team-based. Operators work in assembly line fashion. Each worker’s area is called a zone. Orders are passed from zone to zone on a conveyor, cart, or other transportation mechanism. This assembly line approach further enhances productivity by reducing walking.
Pick-to-light is cost effective. Pick-to-light has been around for nearly twenty years. Originally, only the largest facilities with the fastest processing requirements could afford it. Recent advances in technology and the advent of Windows-based computer systems have brought the cost within reach of nearly all order fulfillment operations.