Picking a winner: Dematic RapidPick


Outstanding picking rates of up to 1800 items per hour are made possible through the innovative configuration of Dematic’s new RapidPick stations, which can be fully tailored to match operators’ individual requirements.

RapidPick operator platforms and worktables are height adjustable and the picking stations also feature optimal workplace lighting, large and comfortable operating controls, and acknowledge buttons.

Height and rake adjustable display screens provide visual management of the pick processes.

Its multicolour, high-resolution screen displays simple, easily understood symbols for article volumes, photos of the products to be picked, and a 3D description of the positioning of the picks in the order carton.

All these features contribute to fast, accurate and safe order picking without errors. Check weighing can also be integrated to further improve accuracy.

The result: highly flexible, non-fatiguing working conditions, with reliably high picking rates.

Dematic is one of the world’s leading suppliers of logistics systems and solutions. Dematic provides automated materials handling products, systems and solutions for retail and wholesale distribution, consumer direct, grocery, food and beverage, and manufacturing industries.

Dematic Pty Limited
Ph: 02 9486 5555

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