Flow definition orderpicking
1.All available from start.
2.Even distributed over time. Add information no of unit loads/hour.
3.Random distributed over time. Add information no of unit loads/hour.
4. and 5. are reserved for future developments.
2.Select an adress in the list for the start position (Truck park).
3/4.Where to get orders. If you get your orders from an on-board computer do not select an adress otherwise
select the adress for the information position.
5/6.Load carriers.Select an adress.
7.Select picking zone.Select a sort method. There are 3 methods: Z,U and ZU.
Z-sort means that you pick from both sides in an aisle and then continue to the next aisle.
U-Sort means that you pick from one side only and then drive back in the same aisle.
ZU-sort means that you pick from both sides in an aisle but only up to acertiain level (specify how high),
and then same thing when driving back but then above the specified level.
7a.Orderstructure for no of orderlines/order.
3 types of distribution: Fixed, Normal and Eponential.
If you choose Fixed, all orders have the same no of lines/order.
If you choose Normal, then you have to fill in the average no of orderlines/order and the variations from the average.
+/- is roughly twice the standard deviation.
If you choose Exponential you only fill in the average no of lines/order.
7b.Orderline structure for no of items/orderlines/order. See 7a.
8-11b. You can have 2 extra operations at your choice. Select adress and time in sec per operation.
11/12. Set down position. Select adress.