EAG UPGRADES WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT

Leeds-based Excel Automotive Group (EAG) has implemented MAM’s Warehouse Management System to improve efficiency and accuracy in its warehouse logistics.

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EAG implements new management system

The management system optimises the flow of products through the warehouse, managing all activities from goods receiving and put-away to picking, packing and shipment. It also includes a hand-held PDA and scanner that handles all data input and communicates wirelessly with the main software application, where a dashboard provides an instant snapshot of current activities.

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Managing Director, Adrian Lamb, commented: “We did extensive research into what would be best for the company, warehouse and its staff and found that MAM’s platform was the best solution for us. It gives us all of the information we need, it’s easy to understand and it makes us more efficient, which is what we’re striving for. We’ve only had the system in place for a couple of months, but it’s certainly made the warehouse run smoother and was worth the investment.”

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Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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