Tecsidel immersed in the Emuca project

Tecsidel is advancing by leaps and bounds in the Emuca project in Valencia. Emuca, a company founded in Valencia that offers solutions for the sectors of furniture, carpentry, hardware and DIY, signed a SEGA WMS project that contains different solutions for its intralogistics processes:

SEGA RF:

Next-generation Android RF terminals will be supplied including touch screens scanners and cameras.

SEGA PTV:

It will allow the picking by voice using the most cutting-edge hardware technology of the German market thanks to Tecsidel’s partner, Topsystem.

SEGA PTL:

Tecsidel will design order picking trucks with 20 bucket positions, equipped with an on-board computer, with double-sided pick-to-light and with scales in each position to avoid errors in the number of prepared units. It will also provide an order picking station with 40 bucket positions and bucket weight control.

On this occasion, the order picking machines will be equipped with on-board pallet scales to avoid quantity errors when picking boxes. Furthermore, SEGA WMS will have a mobile system for volumetric data collection and integrated weight.

Successful implementation of SEGA PTL in Easy

In January 2018, Tecsidel completed the implementation of SEGA PTL (Pick To Light / Put To Light) to manage Easy´s Order Classification Station at its distribution centre located in Buenos Aires.

Easy is the leading home center specialized in the sale of products for the construction, remodelling and furnishing of houses and gardens. The brand trusted Tecsidel SEGA PTL with the aim of improving the quality of order shipments to the many Easy stores in Latin America.

SEGA PTL is the solution that guides the user in each operation by using light devices. "It looks very user-friendly, intuitive, robust and productive" said Rodrigo Quiros, Easy's logistics manager, congratulating Tecsidel’s Argentinan team.

On this occasion, SEGA PTL is integrated with Easy's SAP WMS, thus resolving the coexistence of different channels to make the distribution (Traditional Island or PTL). The process is totally open and flexible to the incorporation or modification of products that pass through one or another flow, thus avoiding possible conflicts arising from multiple OT of the same product code, and other technical issues such as the opening and closing of boxes.

This project adds to the long list of companies that count on this efficient solution that increases productivity and helps operators to work safer by having their hands completely free, minimizing errors.
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