Following on from the System Concepting and Design phase of a project, the Project Execution team takes the design team’s proposed idea and engineers the solution. At the end of this phase, a fully tested and fully functioning system will be in operation at the customer’s premises.
When it comes to engineering automated supply chain systems, businesses face a range of challenges:
First, the Project Execution team will gain an in-depth technical understanding of your operational requirements and business challenges. They will document everything you need from a technical standpoint, which helps to identify the most suitable system components and which supplier we will procure these products from.
Next, our systems specialists will engineer the in-depth technical aspects of your system. This includes integrating the various components so that the entire solution works in a holistic way. Integration is a complex part of the solution and getting it right first time is crucial. Fortunately, we have developed and implemented thousands of systems worldwide, so our engineers have a wealth of experience to draw on.
This is a Körber-wide operational excellence initiative that’s happening worldwide. The aim is to generate better results for our customers across key areas of our business, especially in terms of Project Execution.
Our impartial engineers will always select the perfect components for your automation solution. If we decide that your ideal system should be built using non-Körber products, we will procure and implement those products.
Körber developed a brand-new automation solution to manage BASF’s entire process from receipt of goods to shipping. All goods are scanned, recorded digitally and booked out – no need for time-consuming stock-taking.
With huge efficiency gains generated by a new logistics system implemented by Körber, Greiner is now well prepared for further business growth.