Multichannel Fulfillment at the Speed of Light.
Leading retailers and their suppliers select Lightning Pick to optimize their critical order fulfillment processes, from replenishing retail store locations to shipping small direct-to-consumer e-Commerce orders same-day. Best-in-class Pick to Light, Put to Light and Pack to Light applications increase order picking or sortation speed, quality and cost efficiency.
[tab title=”Pick-to-Light“] Pick to Light is acknowledged to be the fastest operator-based picking strategy available to execute broken case quantity order fulfillment operations. Ideal for team-based approaches like zone picking, the LP Pick solution increases the pick rate productivity, accuracy and cost efficiency of this labor intensive operation by reducing the walk time, eliminating the reading errors and simplifying the task throughout the pick process.
[tab title=”Put-to-Light“] The LP Put solution optimizes batch picking and high-speed sortation operations with a process sometimes called Pick to Light in reverse. With Put to Light operators scan an item, and the locations representing a store or customer needing that item illuminates. From straightforward ‘scan and put’ workstations to more complex sortation applications, LP Put offers options that can maximize speed and accuracy performance. [/tab]
[tab title=”Pack-to-Light“] Not all Put to Light applications are the same. LP Pack provides a highly sophisticated Put to Light solution specifically engineered for distribution centers servicing retail stores. Also called Pack to Light or Put to Store, LP Pack is ideal for retail store replenishment order fulfillment and optimizes cross-docking operations where a percentage of full case quantities are broken down to store level cartons.
[spoiler title=”Order Picking” open=”true” style”1″] Get merchandise out of the DC and into your customers’ hands faster. [/spoiler]
[spoiler title=”Order Sortation”] Fulfill eCommerce orders in one day cycle times. [/spoiler]
[spoiler title=”Automated Sortation”] Sort full cases of product to specific store shipments at 65 mph[/spoiler]