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The steps of the project management

Analysis and project management

  1. Meeting with you, the architect or shopfitter to determine the optimal position of the Apostore, where the storage intake unit and service door should to be installed and which conveyor technology is best suited.

  2. In parallel, the stock is checked to ensure suitability for the robot. It is determined which packets can be handled by Apostore, which are still unknown and need to be checked and which packets are not suitable for automated machines. Your stock list is needed to do this analysis.

  3. Following the packet analysis, the optimum shelving for the system is simulated. The number of shelves that can be hooked in at which distances to store the maximum number of packets according to your product mix is calculated.

  4. A first on-site visit with your Apostore project manager takes place after contract signing. He will again take the measurements, talk through the plans with you and record any changes that have occurred in the meantime. The installation date will then be discussed jointly. Der Installationstermin wird gemeinsam besprochen.

  5. Your Apostore will now be designed, manufactured from a modular system, customised for your pharmacy and your product mix.

  6. The project manager will also coordinate the project with other sub-contractors (electrician/shopfitter/painter).

Design and layout

  1. The picking system will be set up in your pharmacy approximately 12 weeks after your order. Two Apostore technicians usually take one week to build and set up the system and conveyors in your pharmacy.

  2. Following the installation, the machine is commissioned and connected to the WMS. The robot undergoes a full inspection once more and is fine-tuned.

  3. You and your employees are then trained in operating the machine. The first packets of the first storage are done jointly. Advanced user training takes place after 10-12 weeks during the first service.

Service

  1. After commissioning, support is provided by your service technician and the Hotline.

  2. The final meeting with the project manager follows about two weeks after commissioning.

  3. During the first service, after about twelve weeks, you and your staff will receive a refresher training on the machine. Questions are dealt with and more advanced functions of the machine are introduced.

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  • Project A example planning
    Project A: A 1000 in place of the drawers, 2 conveyor belts with spiral chute into the existing sales shelves(click on image to enlarge).
  • Project B example planning
    Project B: A 1000 in place of the drawer system, 2 conveyor belts with spiral chutes into the existing sales shelves, no other renovations (click on image to enlarge).
  • Project C example planning
    Project C: A 1000 in place of the drawer system, 1 conveyor belt and spiral chute (click on image to enlarge).
  • Project D example planning
    Project D: A 3000 behind the sales shelves with automatic filling, 1 conveyor belt with drop tower (click on image to enlarge).
  • Project E example planning
    Project E: A 1000 behind the sales shelves with 3 outlets directly into the shelves (click on image to enlarge).
  • Artikelanalyse
    In the analysis, your stocks are already matched to the shelf height grids. This is then the basis for the subsequent simulation of the optimal shelving.
  • Project A example planning
    Project A, phase 1: A 1000 in place of the drawers, 2 conveyor belts with spiral chute into the existing sales shelves (click on image to enlarge).
  • Project A example planning
    Project A, phase 4: A 1000 after 1st planning the intake is now centred and conveyor belts were moved (click on the image to enlarge.)
  • Project B example planning
    Project B, phase 1: A 1000 in place of the drawer system, 2 conveyor belts with spiral chutes into the existing sales shelves, no other renovations (click on image to enlarge).
  • Project B example planning
    Project B, phase 4: A 1000 after 1st planning intake was moved to the front (click on the image to enlarge.)
  • Project C example planning
    Project C, phase 1: A 1000 in place of the drawer system, 1 conveyor belt and spiral chute (click on image to enlarge).
  • Project C example planning
    Project C, phase 4: A 1000 no modifications after 1st planning (click on the image to enlarge.)
  • Project D example planning
    Project D, phase 1: A 3000 behind the sales shelves with automatic filling, 1 conveyor belt with drop tower (click on image to enlarge).
  • Project D example planning
    Project D, phase 4: A 3000 was rotated after 1st planning, automatic filling was dismissed and a 2nd conveyor belt was planned (click on the image to enlarge),
  • Project E example planning
    Project E, phase 1: A 1000 behind the over-the-counter area with 3 outlets directly in the over-the-counter area (click on image to enlarge).
  • Project E example planning
    Project E, phase 4: A 1000 behind the sales shelves with 3 outlets directly into the shelves (click on image to enlarge).
  • Design
    The APOSTORE is individually designed for your pharmacy.
  • Manufacture
    Your APOSTORE is built in Gelsenkirchen by long-term experienced mechanical engineers.
  • Test station
    Every function is continuously tested for four days using the original cables, control cabinets and PCs before your APOSTORE leaves the factory.
  • Shipping
    The automated picking system is shipped in individual parts on pallets to an interim storage facility. The installation team collects the parts from there as needed.
  • Installation
    The steel cage (the skeleton of the system) is set up first.
  • Installation
    Then, the wiring, the electrical components, the grippers and the shelf trays are installed.
  • Installation
    Finally the glass shelves follow.
  • All functions are checked and fine tuned during commissioning.
  • Service team
    The decentralised service for your Apostore will carry out service and maintenance and will provide you with quick with advice and support.
  • Service team
    The central technical service can dial into your machine and lead you live through the various menus.