PALLET AND TRAILER LOAD MAPPING THAT IS…
AUTOMATED, ACCURATE & CUSTOMIZED
Load Planning is central to any outbound distribution operation. If you are still writing load diagrams by hand, Syntelic’s Dynamic Load Planning solution will save time in load planning and trailer loading, to produce better results.
DYNAMIC, NOT MANUAL
Syntelic’s best-in-class load planning logic automatically creates pallet and trailer loads for a wave of orders to efficiently utilize trailer capacity.
- Builds pallets for delivery
- Pre-selects trailer types based on order volume
- Dynamically sizes compartments (freezer, cooler, dry) to fit order capacities
- Flags tight loads or axle-weight issues so load planners can focus on exceptions
Printed grid diagrams or handheld apps replace hand drawn maps or lists.
- Loaders work
- Eliminates re-building pallets on the dock
- Drivers unload faster and make
- Stops are clearly identified
- Diagrams includes delivery notes
- Multi-stop delivery
- Variable-pallet types and totes
- Stacking rules
- Product-mixing and contamination rules
- Side-doors, roll doors
- Double-stacked pallets
- Frozen on the tail for first stop
- Individual item restrictions
- Driver preferences
SYNTELIC FOR OPTIMIZED OUTBOUND WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS
VISUAL AND EASY TO USE
- Make drag-and-drop changes to any load plan quickly and easily and see effects of any product moves.
- Spot check stop sequences, compartment utilization, and offload paths.
- Use dashboard charts to monitor cube utilization, pallet position volumes, cases and cube per stop, cases by selection type, trailer availability, and axle weight distribution.
- Respond to picking results (such as out of stocks) without having to re-run order import.
- Lets the load plan drive selection for maximum efficiency and assurance of a good load.
- Lower transportation costs
- Lower labor costs in the warehouse
- Reduced over, short and damaged goods
- Reduced picking times
- Maintain high customer service levels
- Avoid overweight fines, yard weighing, or re-loading to meet weight restrictions
- Managers spend less time planning loads and more time managing labor performance