Harley-Davidson Revs Up Distribution

A retrofitted pick-to-light system lets Harley take on more SKUs at its 250,000-square-foot distribution center in Franklin, Wisconsin.

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May 1, 2001
MH&L Staff

When you need to handle more, a retrofit can be the ideal way to go. Such was the case for Harley-Davidson. Retrofitting a pick-to-light system is helping the motorcycle heavyweight throttle up efficiency and productivity at its parts and accessories distribution center in Franklin, Wisconsin.

Installed in March 2000, the Lightning Pick system from Professional Control Corp. (PCC) accelerated productivity by nine percent while maintaining order-filling accuracy at 99.7 percent — with virtually no system downtime.

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