Real-life benefits from put-to-light installations.
Read how our customers have implemented our put-to-light to increase the speed, quality and cost efficiency of their unique process requirements.
E-commerce order fulfillment.
The video demonstrations below show the process of sorting batch waves of totes containing mixed-SKU merchandise into individual e-commerce/direct-to-consumer orders with put-to-light stations, put walls or put pods.
Trans World replaced a legacy put system with Lightning Pick’s LP Put. Updated, cable-free light module hardware design and advanced software technologies improved sortation performance. The solution is fully integrated with a manifesting system for complete pick, pack and ship automation.
Retail store order replenishment.
Lightning Pick’s pack-to-light system (also known as put-to-light or put-to-store) is specifically engineered to optimize distribution centers managing retail store order replenishment.
Charlotte Russe utilizes Lightning Pick’s LP Pack solution to better manage rising order volumes from rapid store growth. The pack-to-light process is simple and effective. Manhattan’s warehouse management system (WMS) directs conveyance of full cases of inventory to the correct pack area. Upon their arrival, operators use the fully integrated Lightning Pick system to break the cases down to less-than-case-quantities for individual retail stores.
Tuesday Morning specializes in discounted, closeout upscale home accessories and gifts. Tuesday installed a new material handling system from Worldsource and a pack-to-light from Lightning Pick to manage a growing number of stock keeping units (SKUs), a 15% increase in store locations and to turnover their close-out SKUs with greater speed.