Light-directed order sortation solution.
The popularity of e-commerce is driving many distribution centers to quickly transform into agile, powerful order fulfillment operations. Omni-channel success means fulfilling a rapidly rising volume of smaller, often single line and personalized e-commerce orders, while still getting merchandise to stores.
A Lightning Pick LP Put station, wall, pod or other configuration provides a space efficient and economical method of fast, high-quality order sortation. Put-to-light solutions offer major gains in operational efficiency, plus achieve and maintain consistently high accuracy levels.
- E-commerce order fulfillment
- Retail store order replenishment
- Returns processing
- Secondary batch pick sortation
- Order consolidation
- Track & trace validation
- Third party fulfillment providers
- Apparel & accessories
- Music, book & media publishing/distribution
- Cosmetics & beauty products
- Vitamins & nutraceuticals
- Increased productivity
- Improved and sustained accuracy levels
- Higher throughput
- Additional capacity
- Reduced labor costs
- Economical management of large SKU bases without a light per shelf/rack location
eBay uses Lightning Pick put-to-light stations.
Modern Materials Handling‘s July Cover Story: eBay Enterprise’s Kentucky e-commerce fulfillment center maximizes sortation speed with Lightning Pick put-to-light stations.
Put-to-Light and Integrated Auto-Bagger Video.
See Lightning Pick’s put-to-light integrated with an automated bagging system to provide a complete e-commerce pick, pack and ship solution.
Download the new LP Put brochure.
Learn more about Lightning Pick’s put-to-light process, hardware, software, applications and advantages.
The Bon-Ton Stores use LP Put.
Retail Merchandiser covers The Bon-Ton Stores’ new direct-to-consumer fulfillment center, which adds speed and accuracy with put-to-light solutions from Lightning Pick.