Efficiency, rapidity, productivity.
B2B and B2C warehouses for multi-channel customers; Architectural quality and environmental and economic sustainability; Automation, AI (Artificial Intelligence) and industrial domotics; Packaging.
The warehouse is a strategic node in the logistics system. This is true for companies, logistics operators and income investors. The warehouse is changing and intralogistics are evolving in the wake of the digital revolution, industry 4.0 and the green objectives.
The transformation concerns all operations taking place inside warehouses and their very structure, which incorporates solutions dictated by green building, energy saving and the need to rationalise space with vertical and carousel warehouses. Handling, storing, cataloguing, weighing, packaging and picking operations are ever more automated. “Smart” systems and remote controls modify performance and the work itself and the traditional warehouse management system is at a crossroads between obsolescence or evolution.
- Logistics platforms and centres – Industrial districts – Investment funds
- Green buildings – Construction companies – Specialist building sector – Real estate for logistics
- Interior equipment for logistics and delivery companies – Packing materials – Automated warehouses – Document management – Packaging
- In-warehouse handling
- Energy saving and production – Batteries
- Cold chain logistics – Controlled temperature systems
- Logistics providers – Traditional and express delivery companies – Freight forwarders and road haulage contractors – Service cooperatives
- Supermarket chains – Integrated logistics – Large and medium-sized enterprises
- Dangerous goods and waste transportation chain: operators and vehicles
- Logistics management software – Telematics and telecommunications systems – Hardware – Logistics consultancy
- Data banks and the demand/supply interface