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New warehouse management system from Jungheinrich

Jungheinrich now offers a sophisticated warehouse management system software suite to complement its comprehensive range of materials handling solutions.

In its standard form, the Jungheinrich WMS supports a variety of inventory options and offers extensive warehouse modelling functions as well as centralised master data management. The WMS controls and optimises a range of processes such as incoming and outgoing goods management and order picking.

The software supports the complete transparency of all processes through its extensive reporting features and individually configurable analysis options. It can be linked to numerous system environments using standard interfaces and can be adapted to fit with existing systems.

The system also offers a series of special functions and extensions for complex logistics processes or automated warehouse facilities. For instance, route management, hazardous substance storage, multi-client capability and material flow modules can be simply added as required.

As you would expect from Jungheinrich, the software is backed up by process consultation, system integration, staff training and after-sales service during ongoing operations.

Steve Richmond, general manager of Jungheinrich UK Ltd’s Systems & Projects Division, commented: "Software solutions such as warehouse management systems and materials flow systems are a crucial component of any materials handling solution and critical to any project’s success – regardless of whether the solution is manual, semi-automated or fully-automated. Our WMS capability will bring substantial benefits for the user by enabling warehouse processes to be streamlined for greater efficiency."

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