Case Study Stockmann

For the Finnish department store chain Stockmann, SSI SCHAEFER developed an overall solution which is designed for a performance of 55,000 order lines with 180,000 individual items per day.

Case Study Stockmann

Case Study Stockmann

High dynamic shuttle warehouse with automated buffering and sequencing

Goods on hangers, flat goods and other items in a single warehouse from which all sales channels are supplied – this development prevails more and more in the fashion sector as well. We have developed our modular system which meets all requirements for such automated, multifunctional distribution centers. The solutions we have successfully implemented for our customers: Stockmann proves this.

For the Finnish department store chain Stockmann, SSI SCHAEFER developed an overall solution which is designed for a performance of 55,000 order lines with 180,000 individual items per day. A pin conveyor automatically transports the individual items from the goods-in area to one of the three levels of the static warehouse area with a capacity of more than 350,000 garments. Picking is carried out in batches using RF terminals.

3D-MATRIX Solution®

The focus is on the patented 3D-MATRIX Solution® consisting of automated storage modules which work together as a highly dynamic whole. The intelligent combination of the system components
provides high flexibility and efficiency without interventions and set-up times, for example during seasonal changes in the product line.

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3D-Matrix Solution

Warehouse automation at Stockmann

Supplying department stores and E-Commerce customers with flat goods as well as goods on hangers from one logistics system represents one of the great challenges in terms of efficient material flow.

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Multifunctional, modular, intelligent

The project

Our customers say

“The completely scalable system concept also offers us a high degree of flexibility for our variable range of items and leeway for further growth. SSI SCHAEFER’S solution has thoroughly impressed us.“
Elina Laine, Logistics Manager Stockmann

Case Study Stockmann

  • Efficiency: handling of different order types in one warehouse

  • Reducing costs through automation of formerly manual processes

  • Flexibility: easy handling of the ever-changing quantities of the different order types

  • Universal: handling wide product ranges, from large items to cosmetics and decoration items
    to hanging garments, with one system

We offer customized shuttle systems for optimized warehousing with fast material transport and short
access times.

  • Flexible capacity

  • High performance

  • Guaranteed quality by our own production

  • High solution reliability

  • Highest security of investment

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