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  • Automated distribution Centre standards

    Best practice for French Market

    Cassi Belazouz, FMCG Manager

    Brussels, October 9th

  • GS1 2015

    Context

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    Answer to the growth

    Reduce warehouse damages

    Improve traceability

    Painfulness

    The main objectives for retailers

    Number of SKU Concept store Regulation

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    Germany

    Switzerland

    Belgium

    Spain

    French Market Benchmark

    25% de PDM

    50% de PDM

    23% de PDM

    Market trend

    40% de PDM

    Context

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    Automated Warehouse

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    1

    3

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    Zone de stockage picking

    Edeka Hight Bay Warehouse.mp4Edeka Hight Bay Warehouse.mp4OPM Picking.mp4OPM Picking.mp4Shipping Buffer.mp4Shipping Buffer.mp4

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    Working between Retailers, manufactures and solution providers5

    Many solution providers on the market

    Our approach

    Define common best practice guideline for automated warehouse

    Why do we have decided to work on a guideline

    Specific technical specification

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    This guideline has been co-written by our main members

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    Technical Specifications

    Pallet Support Quality

    Pallet Requirements

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    Pallet loading

    Pallet support Type

    - Tunnel & Chimney- Layers - Homogeneous layers- Heterogeneous pallets are excluded

    Palletization plan requirements

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    Dimensions & Weight

    Case Requirements

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    What is the next step for us?

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    cassi.belazouz@gs1fr.org

    +33 6 77 36 95 80

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    Cassi Belazouz

    mailto:cassi.belazouz@gs1fr.org

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