Siemens is known for its innovative technology. The progressive company chose AutoStore for one of its key production warehouses in Chemnitz, Germany.
Siemens traces its history back to 1847 and, over the years, the company has seen many mergers and acquisitions. It's known for producing a wide range of products and services in electronics and electrical engineering. Siemens is also known for its medical, building, and transportation products.
With its wide range of building equipment, automation systems, fire safety equipment, generators, turbines, lighting products, and advanced diagnostic equipment, you're likely to see several Siemens products in your home, office, grocery store, or local hospital.
The company is truly a global one: What started as a small workshop in a backyard in Berlin has now grown into a company with more than 200 locations worldwide.
“Innovative technology has been at the core of Siemens for more than 170 years and it will remain at the core of the future we're building,” says Dr. Roland Busch, President and CEO of Siemens AG.
Siemens decided to install an AutoStore warehouse system into its production and distribution warehouse in Chemnitz (Germany) in 2019. By the end of that year, the installation was complete.
The facility, which the team first started using in 2014, has a floor size of 34,002 sqm (366,000 sf). The AutoStore system is empowered by Dematic and is aimed at improving the production supply of small parts.
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The new AutoStore warehouse system has the following specifications:
Siemens has greatly benefited from the AutoStore installation, which has translated into cost savings, greater efficiencies, optimal usage of storage space, and lower energy usage.
“The system achieves maximum storage density with minimal space requirements and thus ensures optimal use of space,” says Jessica Heinz, Head of Marketing and Business Development at Dematic Central Europe.
Carsten Sambo, Head of Inbound Logistics at Siemens AG (WKC), confirms this: “The advantage of the AutoStore system is the maximum consolidation of the warehouse footprint.”
“The advantage of the AutoStore system is the maximum consolidation of the warehouse footprint.”
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