Automotive companies have the requirement to hold a wide range of spares, with typically 90% of volume demanded coming from 10% of SKU’s. Furthermore, small parts and awkward parts such as panels and mufflers require unique storage solutions.
Dexion's extensive experience dealing with the automotive industry, combined with its collaborative approach with its customers, has given its people the knowledge to develop the smartest solution for any automotive business.
Mobis is a leading auto parts distributor, dealing with in excess of 80,000 products under one roof. Order turnaround time and speed of delivery are critical factors
The "Toyota Way" requires a one-part-one-location system. It's a finite specification; each item stocked has to have its own unique location
One of Toyota’s largest parts distribution centres, includes a purpose-built warehousing and distribution facility with storage of more than 45,000sqm for parts and over 9,000sqm for tyres
With a diverse range of products Dexion worked closely with CAT Logistics and its international design team to ensure the right mix of bulk and small parts storage
Super Cheap Auto
Due to rapid increase in volumes, Dexion automated the movement of orders via conveyor systems to pick modules and moved from paper based to RF picking
Stihl boasts the most modern computerised storage and retrieval systems - barcode verification of stock movements, fully automated storage and computer controlled picking
Dexion worked closely with ATAP to understand the aims and expectations of the business - the product range, how it sells and the best way to get products to market
A purpose-built warehouse, combined with strategic advice from Dexion, enabled Kincrome to improve picking accuracy and increase productivity by 25%
WesTrac had to create a “green field business” from the bottom up within 4 months. A massive task as product and parts had to be available from day one