Solutions / Transportation & Logistics 

Warehouse Management - WMS
 

 

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description

Focused on traceability, the warehouse management solution’s modules make for efficient and productive inventory management and optimize inventory turnover for materials destined for production and/or distribution. 

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benefits

  • Modular solution offered by user licence.
  • Minimize losses and discarded products.
  • Allows for automated management: fewer errors; speed; real time; no paper.
  • Inventory updated and available in real time: sales support; production assistance.
  • Order preparation: Real-time detail for items to be shipped.
  • Locate products for efficient inventory management (FIFO).
  • Traceability.
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specifications

  • Receiving management.
  • Management of items in production.
  • Inventory management.
  • Complete traceability from receiving to shipping.
  • Management of sales orders.
  • Management of delivery orders.
  • Location management.
  • Management of external warehouses.
  • Physical inventory taking.
  • Compatible with popular accounting and ERP systems.
  • Reports: inventory, location, items shipped.
Delivery Management
 

 

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description

This system manages deliveries and package retrievals. Companies need to be able to effectively manage their delivery operations and have the right information at the right time. With this system, automated validations and warnings ensure that all packages are sent to the right place, eliminating handling errors. The solution uses mobile terminals that communicate via cellular and wireless networks. During delivery, package tracking is available in real time thanks to instant transmission of information. Touchscreen-based electronic billing and signature is a key feature of the system. It bumps the traceability needed for this type of industry up one notch. A navigation system can be integrated for more efficient movements.

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benefits

  • Increase delivery efficiency and speed.
  • Eliminate handling errors.
  • Send information in real time.
  • Obtain electronic invoices and signatures via touchscreen.
  • Navigation gets drivers to destination faster.
  • Optimize routes and track the progress of deliveries in real time via a web interface due to integration with external route optimization systems. 
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specifications

  • Bulk, product and service delivery.
  • Management of delivery routes : Schedule, Planned call or emergency, According to a degree/day algorithm and Telemetry based on the client’s minimum volume.
  • Navigation.
  • Billing & payement.
  • Proof of delivery (electronic signature, GPS location, formal identification of equipment and product delivered via barcode or RFID).
  • Inventory.
  • Photos, phone and messaging.
  • Integration with truck system (e.g.: PTO).
  • Daily opening and closing report, odometer tracking.

 

Cold chain management
 

 

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description

Cold chain management solution enables growers, producers, co-ops, distributors, retail grocers, restaurants and food service providers to reduce loss due to spoilage, improve quality and address traceability requirements. Solution delivers on-demand visibility for tracking and monitoring the temperature and condition of produce, dairy, meats and seafood, and frozen and packaged foods from the producer to consumer. You get on-demand visibility of the product's condition – without unpacking the pallet or unloading the trailer – to improve freshnes while increasing customer satisfaction and brand value and addressing government and industry regulations for food safety.

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benefits

  • Ensure freshness by monitoring produce temperature and history from field to retailer.
  • Optimize inventory rotation based on remaining shelf life (FEFO vs. FIFO inventory).
  • Avoid loss due to spoilage and ensure documented quality of delivery.
  • Dynamically match transit time with pallet-level shelf life expectancy.
  • Improve delivered quality while addressing track-and-trace regulations for food safety.
  • Maximize product quality.
  • Reduce shrink due to temperature management issues by up to 50%.
  • Ensure food safety and traceability.
  • Automate receiving and operations.
  • Streamline quality control and merchandising.
Vehicle access control system
 

 

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description

This system controls access to vehicles at sites via automatic detection. It also makes it possible to check resource pairings based on your needs (e.g., truck and trailer; truck and gas pump; truck and driver). The use of RFID identifiers on vehicles and related equipment prevents errors by detecting poor combinations in real time. Validation points are established to reflect your needs.

RFID readers must be carefully positioned so that the detection beam provides accurate readings. Information is saved via a connection to the company’s database to refer to as needed, whether for traceability or to stay informed of user movements or operations.

A controller developed by Epsilia, customized to your needs and easily integrated to different components and interfaces is available to minimize human interventions at the site.

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benefits

  • Input and output management.
  • Eliminate errors of associations of truck and trailer.
  • Detect potential fraud.
  • Reduce costs related to site security.
  • Real-time access to and validation of information.
  • Reduce manual data entry and minimize risks of errors.
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specifications

  • Integration with a range of external interfaces: scales, automated barriers, cameras, counters.
  • Use of industrial computers for outdoor needs.
  • Automatic detection.
  • Entry on touchscreens.
  • Our RFID Manager module manages RFID logistics, identifiers and specific equipment with your information system.
Fuel management
 

 

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description

Using RFID technology to identify trucks for fuel management makes it possible to obtain accurate, automated tracking of the refuelling process. RFID readers detect and validate the presence of trucks at the fuel pumps via a chip on the truck’s windshield. A computerized system controls fueling at the pump and manages fuel volume during transactions. This information is made available to the enterprise management system using a flexible communication protocol that can be adapted to the client.

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benefits

  • Automate the process to eliminate errors.
  • Manage errors in fuel type.
  • Detect potential fraud.
  • Manage RFID logistics, identifiers and specific equipment, with your information system.