IBCS POLAND SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ realizuje projekt dofinansowany z Funduszy Europejskich pn. „ibcsDock/ibcsCloud: zautomatyzowany system rejestracji przepływu towarów w magazynie”.
Meet VDA requirements. System for labeling automotive components with RFID tags (Radio Frequency Identification). If you want to meet the requirements of German Association of Automotive Industry, the answer is RFID technology. We will implement the RFID system in your company in 12 weeks. Without disrupting logistics processes.
Switch to RFID and fix your problems
German standards will cover your control processes of:
Check out the benefits of RFID implementation.
Instantly scan the entire contents of baskets and pallets without unpacking them. All you need to do is slow down the passage through the RFID gate. As a result, large quantities of products move more efficiently in the warehouse and for loading, and at the same time, the correctness of order completion is automatically checked. In turn, for a contractor with an RFID system, deliveries are picked up and registered faster.
Timely execution of orders and accuracy of financial forecasts. RFID tags are the basis of the inventory control system, production, logistics and shipping.
Mobile RFID gates ensure tight monitoring.
RFID tags mean better control over each unit of a semi-finished product and a final product.
Automating the scanning process offers a number of benefits.
Plan the implementation in your company.
See how quickly and efficiently we can help you secure contracts with recipients of your products and increase the efficiency of your company’s logistics system.
Take care of priorities and position on the automotive market thanks to RFID technology
“Many bidders applied for the implementation. However, the scope of the solution proposed by IBCS Poland, as well as additional elements related to network monitoring and management as part of these functionalities, determined the choice of this solution – explains Zbigniew Koplin from the District Dairy Cooperative in Piątnica.”
“It is worth emphasizing that the efficiency of the warehouse increased above the assumed value. This contributed to real financial savings. We are fully satisfied with the implementation and its effects as well as cooperation with IBCS Poland.”
“As intended, work ergonomics have improved, the number of errors has decreased, and warehouse processes have been optimised. The pick-by-voice technology has also contributed to speeding up the collection and dispensing stages, as well as increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of picking.”
“The system is centralized and easy to manage from one place. It generates not only savings of funds, but also time savings – previously, manual printing was performed by employees and operators of all workstations. (…) The universal architecture significantly reduced downtime, facilitated service work and additionally largely eliminated human errors.”