SattStore in Denmarks largest ongoing high-bay warehouse project

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The largest warehouse building site in Denmark this year is the extension of Abena's distribution center in Aabenraa in the South of Denmark. Originally the DC was constructed some 10 years ago, consisting of a 26 m high bay warehouse with 27,000 locations and 12 cranes, integrated with a complex conveyor system, pick stations and a box sorter.

In the recent new phase, which will be put into service this spring, is a 24 m high and 150 m long, 16,000 locations pallet storage, equipped with 6 cranes. Further-more a 18 m high, 75 m long, 40,000 location mini-load storage, equipped with 5 cranes. All linked together with approx. 1,500 m conveyors. The project also includes a 14,000 m building with rackings for traditional manual handling, but also equipped with 10 vertical storage units, each 4 m with 8 m high.

The entire warehouse is controlled by a SattStore Warehouse Management and Control System from Consafe Logistics, linked to Abena's MBS Axapta ERP.

SattStore was chosen already ten years ago in the first project, and was upgraded three years ago to a modern and high-performance computer platform. In the middle of 2004, Consafe Logistics was given the order for integrating the phase 2 project, delivered mainly by Swisslog, into the existing SattStore solution, showing the scalability of SattStore and the capability of integrating any kind and brand of mechanical equipment.



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