Valuable cross docking data
Weight and volume
Our RAVAS cross docking solutions help you collect goods' weight and volume within the workflow and integrate the data into a WMS or ERP system. For example, aviation industries can optimize inbound checks on weight and volume to standardize and secure an aircraft's loading. Furthermore, weighing and dimensioning can also be used for incoming shipments, invoicing, and optimizing load factors.Watch Video
Optimize cross docking in LTL and 3PL logistics with RAVAS scales
One of RAVAS' logistic customers was interested in establishing an investment that weighed their product efficiently and provided real-time data of each inbound to their WMS system. Without any impact on their cross dock operations nor WMS system. Read more about the solution RAVAS provided for this logistic supplier to increase revenues.
First, identify the palletized goods by means of barcode scanning.
Weight and dimensions
Then weigh and measure dimensions via an associated dimensioning system.
Finally, create an integrated data set on the shipment and communicate this with the ERP.
Dynamic dimensioning is already one of the fastest available dimensioning processes and now it even gets better. One of our partners MetriXFreight, has integrated RAVAS mobile weighing technology into their dimensioning solutions to improve daily usability, data integration and functionality. Watch the video below to see how it works.
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Measure in Motion a Dutch airline
Some heavy-duty iForks for 24/7 use have been integrated with a Dutch airline's logistics operation to weigh incoming goods for air cargo skids. These forks are reinforced and have a longer base fork, equipped with two load cells in every fork shoe. All incoming trucks get unloaded with the iForks, and the weighing data are being sent to the WMS. Relying on real-time, accurate weighing data allows the airline to plan the loading of the cargo planes. Cost-efficient and safe at the same time!
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