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CASE STUDY: FMed Picking SO's & MO's combined

posted Dec 11, 2010, 8:00 PM by Fred Jeter   [ updated Oct 7, 2011, 11:05 AM ]

FMed has both direct customers and distributors. Sales Orders are shipped to direct customers and Material Orders are shipped to distributors. We combined the picking of both types of orders into one picking program. Behind the scene two different QAd programs are used to handle the SO's & MO's.

CASE STUDY: Pasco Scientific Quick-Picking Work & Sales Orders

posted Nov 24, 2010, 11:52 AM by Fred Jeter   [ updated Nov 27, 2010, 10:02 PM ]

Pasco utilizes the RF/BAR quick picking techniques to make their work order picking efficient. Pasco defines the most efficient inventory location that each work order component should be picked from. For the most active kits, the kit components are picked very close to one another, which makes the high runners the most efficient to pick. For the low runners, the pick locations are still efficient but not necessarily close to each other.
Pasco also utilizes RF/BAR quick picking techniques to pick and pack their customer orders. Pasco separates their domestic picking and packing from their international picking and packing. Domestic orders are shipped immediately, whcih international orders may wait until other orders for the same region are consolidated.

CASE STUDY: Leatherman Tool PO Receiving Case Study

posted Nov 24, 2010, 11:36 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Nov 27, 2010, 9:59 PM by Fred Jeter ]

Leatherman Tool Group in Portland Oregon utilizes RF/BAR Purchase Order Receipt programs to help them receive PO's, choose the received items according to statistical sampling techniques, and test the chosen items, registering the test results, and routing the received items to their proper points fo use.

CASE STUDY: ArtesMedical Picking & Shipping Case Study

posted Nov 24, 2010, 11:35 AM by Unknown user   [ updated Dec 8, 2010, 9:54 PM by Fred Jeter ]

Artes Medical saved large amounts of time in picking and shipping products. Their typical customer order shipping cycle time was 13 minutes before RF/BAR and 5 minutes per order after implementing RF/BAR.

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