LOGIA manages the picking and delivery of materials for production. Lean principles and electronic Kanban ensure an optimal flow of goods and materials throughout the production process. This means that production capacity can be used to the maximum.

Lean-managed warehouse and logistics: simplified processes and automatic data collection.

"Everything is carried out digitally – even our Kanban cards have become electronic, so replenishment happens automatically".

Martin Svenningsen, Supply Chain Manager, Migatronic. Read the full story

Warehouse and production workers are online on LOGIA and coordinate the ordering and delivery of goods via the system.

At the terminal, the production operator can see planned production orders within a given time window and with given deadlines. From here, jobs are initiated with start and end times. This generates jobs for the warehouse staff, who see picking jobs displayed on their mobile devices, stating what needs to be picked, where to deliver it, and to which particular work station in the production area.

The solution is based on scanning or individual registrations. Transactions take place at the same time as physical stock movement. This paves the way for precise stock management.

Before, during and after the production process, there may be inspections, in which items get checked and values recorded.

LOGIA will ‘ask for’ these values, and you cannot proceed in the process before these have been registered in LOGIA. Registrations can either be scanned or typed in.

LOGIA stores data in the performance history and at any time this can be used in the context of documentation and traceability etc.

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