inconso and BLG LOGISTICS Have PUMA’s Back

With the groundbreaking ceremony in mid-February 2019 it was finally time: Green light was given for the new distribution center of the sporting goods manufacturer PUMA at its German Geiselwind location.

The new facility is scheduled to go live in 2021; it will handle over 70 million items per year by 2023 and is designed for performance. With 63,500 square meters of logistics space, the facility will nearly fully automatically manage logistics processes.

inconso was tasked by the general contractor BLG LOGISTICS with the implementation of inconsoWMS (Warehouse Management System), inconsoWCS (Warehouse Control System), inconsoDSM (Dock & Slot Management) and inconsoSDS (Shipping & Dispatch System). The inconso solution also controls all yard loading and unloading processes. Using inconsoYMS, it creates process-related interfaces between the warehouse and transports and ensures seamless logistics processes for managing over 120,000 products. One special feature is the robot system for fully automated palletization, another is the shuttle-related goods-to-person picking process. The control of picking containers or pallet calculation, however, is managed by inconsoWMS, which ensures complete integration of the technical components via standard connectors,

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