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The pillars of the industrial sector have always been flexibility, efficiency, productivity, cost-effectiveness, ergonomics and quality, among others. Thanks to technology, industry has advanced and is now in the 4.0 era, an interconnected era, where logistics 4.0 plays an essential role in meeting all the sector’s demands.

The requirements of the industry of the future to be able to compete in the market are becoming increasingly more complex: precision, JIT and JIS strategies, cost-effectiveness, flexibility to meet the variations of dynamic demand and quality, among others.

Nowadays, small, medium-sized and large companies rely on automated intralogistics to benefit from Industry 4.0. Challenges in different areas of the industrial sector:

  • Automotive: very tight delivery times with increasing product customisation (JIT and/or JIS) due to the paradigm shift from B2B to C2B.
  • Chemical industry: Storage, picking and transport of sensitive products with specific characteristics.
  • Paper industry: Optimised storage space and handling of bulky and heavy loads. Importance of personal safety and ergonomics.
  • Mechanical engineering: Increasingly more complex value-chain processes and workplace ergonomics, among others.
  • Other: storage optimisation, safe handling and transport of materials, order picking for distribution, inventory and stock control, productivity and much more.

ULMA Handling Systems offers intralogistics solutions guaranteeing maximum availability, with an adaptable and modular design, from fully automated systems to semi-automated solutions, and the u·mind Logistics Suite which provides real-time control, visibility and information on the installation from anywhere.

Trends in the industrial sector:

  • Lean Manufacturing strategies in many industrial companies
  • Need for high availability rates to be able to meet requirements
  • Critical speed of material restocking on production lines
  • Continuous need for production flexibility
  • Importance of automation to control costly tasks in industrial processes, with increased ergonomics and safety
  • Importance of data and information: Software in a 4.0 environment, an increasingly interconnected environment

The key to being able to meet the requirements lies in an interconnected global intralogistics solution for optimal performance, where intralogistics becomes an added value throughout the value chain. People, machines, systems and products, all connected.

Iker Vigo
Iker Vigo Senior Sales Account Manager

What can we offer to improve your intralogistics system?

ULMA Handling Systems develops solutions where the industrial field takes a step further into the 4.0 era. Automated intralogistics solutions adapted to each company’s needs with the aim of optimising their processes: reception of material (from production or by truck), storage of goods, transport and handling, order picking and subsequent dispatch.

  • Automated warehouses with materials stored in pallets, boxes or trays maximising process efficiency
  • Fully automated or semi-automated solutions depending on each company's needs
  • Capacity for future growth through scalable solutions
  • Flexible order picking systems
  • Safety and ergonomics in the workplace
  • Robots for automated palletising and depalletising
  • Automated transport systems: Sorting Transfer Vehicle (STV), Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV), among others.
  • Suitable environments depending on the characteristics of the products to be stored.
  • Thanks to the u·mind universe, the management will be simplified, optimised and have the required sophistication to help industrial companies in their management: connecting production and intralogistics
  • Monitoring the installation in real time thanks to u·mind Sentinel

Solutions for the General industry sector

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Receipt of goods

Receipt of goods

Automatic transport

Automated transport of goods to the warehouse:

Automated warehouse

Automated dry, temperature-controlled and/or frozen storage

Automated warehouse for large and bulky parts:

Automated warehouse for palletised products:

Automated warehouse for product in box or case:

Order picking

Efficiency and productivity in order picking

Shipping

Shipping to customer

U-Mind, logistics suite

U-Mind, logistics suite (software) to manage, control and supervise the whole warehouse and distribution centre intralogistics process:

u·mind

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  1. 1. Receipt of goods

  2. 2. Automated transport of goods to the warehouse:

  3. 3. Automated dry, temperature-controlled and/or frozen storage

    Automated warehouse for large and bulky parts:

    Automated warehouse for palletised products:

    Automated warehouse for product in box or case:

  4. 4. Efficiency and productivity in order picking

  5. 5. Shipping to customer

  6. 6. U-Mind, logistics suite (software) to manage, control and supervise the whole warehouse and distribution centre intralogistics process:

    u·mind

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Garcia de Pou strengthens its strategy through intralogistics automation

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SAICA PACK

Saica Pack automates its facilities in Seville

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