E-commerce Outpaces Traditional Retail
Because the growth of e-commerce continues to outpace traditional retail, your ability to provide outstanding online order fulfillment is more important than ever. With major online retailers driving consumer expectations for fast and/or free delivery — and traditional brick-and-mortar retailers implementing click and collect fulfillment models — service level agreements (SLAs) are becoming increasingly difficult to fulfill. To protect profits and succeed in this competitive environment, you need to increase throughput, reduce order errors, and achieve maximum efficiencies from manual and automated processes.
Whether you’re upgrading an existing online fulfillment network, making the transition from traditional retail to e-commerce, or meeting click-and-collect SLAs, We create e-commerce and omnichannel solutions that meet your specific fulfillment requirements and drive operational productivity, while building a long-term foundation that enables your operations to integrate increasing levels of automation as needed.
Honeywell provides scalable, automated systems that combine advanced material handling equipment and innovative software, order picking technologies, mobile computing, scanning, printing and more. We also provide a wide portfolio of personal protective equipment from forklift tethers and safety vests to safety eyewear, ear protection, and gloves.
E-commerce Fulfillment Comes with Specific Challenges
E-commerce fulfillment comes with specific challenges, in particular the proliferation of SKUs and high-order volumes, which add complexities to picking requirements that often result in more manual touches to complete orders. With our revolutionary Momentum™ warehouse execution system (WES), order picking technologies and sortation conveyors, we’re focused on helping e-commerce retailers transform these challenges into efficient processes and successfully meet customer SLAs
Achieving Future-Proof Scalability In Your DC Operations
Artificial intelligence, robotics control and voice technology are just a few resources distribution centers can incorporate to create better operational workflows. By integrating these solutions into their DC, operators can find answers to today’s problems and be ready for the expectations of the future. This whitepaper discusses how data science techniques can improve automated systems.
Leveraging Data Science for “Decision Intelligence” in the DC
Knowing how to properly manage machine learning and data science will ensure you are using your workforce and automation investments to their highest potential. This white paper explores how to best leverage data science techniques in your distribution center.
How Retailers are Shifting to Click and Collect
Read how retailers have utilized click and collect with curbside option to meet shoppers’ demands
The Connected Distribution Center
Combining machine-level sensors, smart controllers and connected devices, The Connected Distribution Center gathers data from key inputs to deliver vital information on asset health and facility performance in real time.
The CT40 HC mobile computer is an all-purpose device that simplifies, streamlines, and helps error-proof healthcare delivery.
Headsets and devices to enable voice-guided workflows and keep workers' hands and eyes free.
Order Picking & Putting Technologies
Whether you're fulfilling e-commerce orders or replenishing store inventory, efficient order picking and putting technologies are essential to the success of your operations.
Pick-to-light Picking Methods
AS/RS Systems: One-level Shuttle (OLS)
Honeywell Guided Work for Retail
Healthier DCs with Honeywell