Dresselhaus direct cycle

1. Delivery

Delivery of the filled ‘direct containersʼ, in a set cycle.

2. Equipping

The direct containers are brought to their designated places.

3. Removal from the shelf

Upcoming requirements are taken from the ‘direct shelf’.

4. Collection point for empties

The empty containers are prepared for recirculation.

5. Collection of the empty containers

The empty ‘direct containersʼ are consolidated at the designated collection point.

6. ‘Direct containerʼ pick up

Rotational pick up of the empty ‘direct containersʼ and transportation to Dresselhaus.

7. Scanning in

Following this, the electronic recording of the empty ‘direct containersʼ takes place at Dresselhaus.

8. Filling

Consolidation of the picked goods in the designated ‘direct containersʼ.

9. Statistics

Online, there are daily updated statistics of all the respective containers that are available as well as information about stock availability.

How does the Dresselhaus direct cycle work?

1. Delivery

Delivery of the filled ‘direct containersʼ, in a set cycle, with a fleet of vehicles.
2. Equipping

The direct containers are brought to their designated places.
3. Removal from the shelf

Upcoming requirements are taken from the ‘direct shelf’.

4. Collection point for empties

The empty containers are prepared for recirculation.

5. Collection of the empty containers

The empty ‘direct containersʼ are consolidated at the designated collection point.

6. ‘Direct containerʼ pick up

Rotational pick up of the empty ‘direct containersʼ and transportation to Dresselhaus.

7. Scanning in

Following this, the electronic recording of the empty ‘direct containersʼ takes place at Dresselhaus.

8. Filling

Consolidation of the picked goods in the designated ‘direct containersʼ.

 

9. Statistics

Online, there are daily updated statistics of all the respective containers that are available as well as information about stock availability.

After this, the cycle starts again from the beginning.

Why use Dresselhaus direct?

The Dresselhaus direct cycle ensures optimum flow.

Logistics processes for C-parts have to take place with a high level of economic efficiency and security. This applies both to the exchanging and refilling of containers which are given a permanent label, as well as to containers which are transferred to Dresselhaus by means of a barcode.


What areas do the customers that are supplied operate in?

  • Automobile industry
  • DIY stores
  • Ironmongers
  • Electrical dealers
  • Craftsmen
  • Wood processing industry
  • Vehicle parts industry / dealers
  • Agricultural machine industry
  • Engineering industry
  • Metal processing industry
  • Furniture industry
  • Commercial vehicle construction
  • Steel industry