Simplifying intralogistics, digitalising processes, increasing energy efficiency and productivity - these are some of the trends that will determine intralogistics in 2023. The aim is always to develop a solution that is optimally tailored to the customer's requirements. The basis for this is a comprehensive consideration of the initial situation and the resulting possibilities. In this phase, there must be no restrictions in terms of manufacturer, system or technology. "We at Klinkhammer go into the analysis with an open mind in order to really work out the best solution from the range of possibilities," explains Frank Klinkhammer, Managing Director of Klinkhammer Intralogistics GmbH. The system integrator from Nuremberg can score points precisely with this approach and can look back on a large number of different projects from a wide range of industries. These intralogistics solutions are flexible, expandable and can be easily adapted to the respective order situation and different product ranges. They benefit from the latest technologies and are built entirely according to Klinkhammer's motto "We make logistics simple".
Simple scaling with storage robots
In the area of automated small parts storage, Klinkhammer relies on storage robots from Exotec, among others. The robots not only take care of storage and retrieval, but also transport the bins to the picking station. The flexible system, which operates without performance-limiting lifters, is easily expandable and can be expanded almost without interruption. Additional robots, further picking stations or racking blocks can be added while the system is running. Thusscalability is now very easily possible in intralogistics. With the integration of the Exotec system, Klinkhammer offers a complete intralogistics concept from goods receipt to dispatch, including its pioneering and innovative warehouse management software KlinkWARE and its Service24. Whether e-commerce retailers, fashion companies or contract logistics providers, Klinkhammer has customised and implemented robot systems for various industries to meet individual customer requirements. These innovative solutions optimally link incoming goods and dispatch, simplify processes throughout and make them efficient.
Security in uncertain times - forward-looking logistics planning
In uncertain times, companies focus on secure investments when planning logistics projects. Here Klinkhammer enjoys a high level of trust in the market with its independent and manufacturer-neutral expertise from over 50 years of intralogistics experience. With tools developed in-house, the various components, material, personnel and time factors, are analysed, compared and included in an overall view. The results are implementation concepts that serve as a basis for well-founded and long-term planning. As an independent system integrator, Klinkhammer is able to always use the perfect components, regardless of the manufacturer, in order to optimise material flows and realise potential savings. Experienced teams and partners, Klinkhammer's specialised software engineers, technicians and project managers work hand in hand and without frictional losses in planning and implementation. Klinkhammer's range of services covers all areas that stand for future-proof intralogistics solutions optimally tailored to customer needs and market requirements. Projects such as the logistics centre for the toy manufacturer Simba Dickie, the fully automated logistics solution for the Scandinavian fashion group BESTSELLER or the 5-aisle automated deep-freeze warehouse for Früchte Jork underline the comprehensive competence for future-oriented intralogistics.