Watch Replenishment in Action
It’s no longer good enough to have product “in inventory." Product needs to be available to your fulfillment associates to pick. Don’t miss delivery promises or short-ship orders because of replenishment inefficiencies.
EXTEND THE VALUE OF YOUR INVESTMENT
Incorporate Case Replenishment as part of a new deployment or as an add-on in an environment using Chuck, 6 River Systems' (6RS) collaborative mobile robot. Case Replenishment optimizes inventory availability while reducing in-aisle congestion by expediting replenishment tasks.
HOW IT WORKS
Place cases for replenishment on Chuck.
Chuck autonomously carries cases to the pick area for case or each replenishment. The associate badges into Chuck and is directed to the first task.
Chuck directs the associate through replenishment, reducing walking and ensuring accuracy.
6RS sends a confirmation and any exception information to the WMS. The associate moves to the next task.
Using inventory information from your WMS, 6RS creates assignments in real time, directs optimal routes for associates and ensures products are available to pick.
MAKE REPLENISHMENT A BETTER JOB
Provide the team with the right tool for the job by eliminating unwieldy push carts, streamlining exception processing and improving worker safety.
New associates can achieve their performance objectives within hours and improve productivity by more than 50% over manual carts.
FAST IMPLEMENTATION & PERFORMANCE GAINS
Increase system and labor utilization while accelerating your return on investment. Case Replenishment and Putaway can be implemented in weeks as part of a new 6RS deployment or in days in facilities where Chuck is already used for picking.
Replenishment in action
6 River Systems named a SPARK Matrix Leader in Global AMR Market
"6 River Systems, with its innovative collaborative robot with comprehensive functional capabilities, robust software system, and wall-to-wall fulfillment solution, is well-positioned to improve order fulfillment efficiencies while enhancing workforce productivity."