• Klinkhammer Group Analyse

Analysis – A Differentiated Consideration of All Factors

A new logistics system is always a planning which reaches far into the future, which in most cases involves high capital expenditures and modified corporate processes (e.g. is an automated order picking solution able to substitute the previous manual order picking). The new system should not merely ensure more efficiency at present, but also leave open margins for the future. Flexibility is required.

Types of analysis

  • Article analysis
  • Access frequency analysis
  • Analysis of diurnal variations
  • Pick analysis
  • Order distribution analysis
  • Mean values of orders
  • Incoming goods analysis
  • Stock analysis

Logistics Analysis

This is why a clear and comprehensive analysis of the data and looking at the future (target data) is of such importance. So it’s good to know that the Klinkhammer Group can rely on many years of experience and the know-how gathered in various projects.

Actual-/target analysis:

  • Construction, furniture, logistics and fire prevention
  • Stored goods, fire classifications
  • Loading units
  • Goods in stock, i.e. articles and quantities
  • Flows of materials
  • Warehouse functions and tasks
  • Staff
  • IT and organization

During analysis, our specialists have a look at different raw data, for example:

  • Article master data
  • Order data
  • Incoming goods data
  • Returned goods and
  • Stock data
  • Batches and expiry dates
  • Delivery times

The more differentiated the data looked at, the more precise are analysis and the project planning resulting thereof.

Analysis techniques

  • ABC article analysis
  • Pareto analysis
  • X-Y-Z analysis on consumption rate and its predictability
  • Mean-Variance analysis
  • Correlations of articles
  • Time series analysis with extrapolations
  • Bottleneck analysis (heat map)
  • Material flow chart

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