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Österreichische Donaulager GmbH

3PL provider for industry, the trade and retail and transport sector.

TECHNICAL DATA

  • Host system Infor AS
  • Database Oracle
  • Operating system Linux cluster 
  • Users 100

WAREHOUSE DATA

  • 15 warehouses with a total storage area of 115,000 m2
  • 20,000 block storage slots
  • 45,000 m2 of cold storage (11,500 pallet slots)
  • 16,000 pallet slots in special storage for dangerous goods

INTERFACES

  • Host interface to the SAP system
  • RDT interface to RailCargo and DPD Austria
  • Steiner interface to customer legacy system to enable gradual migration of owners
  • EDIFACT-interface (PRODAT and IFTMIN)

PERFORMANCE CAPACITY

  • Number of articles managed according to season: 60,000 to 120,000
  • Approx. 1 million delivery items annually
  • Self-collection market of approx. 200,000 items annually
  • 30 tonnes of goods received daily

PROCESSES AND SOLUTIONS

  • Hazardous materials management with threshold monitoring, segregation of incompatible materials and definition of hazardous materials and water pollution categories
  • Owner administration for 200 customers
  • Data converter which can be configured separately for different owners
  • QA management at storage
  • Supports Austrian parcel delivery formats DPD Austria and DPD Primetime
  • Goods tracking with batch and expiry date management
  • Forklift routing system
  • Hazardous goods and printing of ADR documents
  • Warehouse billing for individual customers or owners
  • Transport management system – scheduling of trucks and route management

CUSTOMER BENEFITS

  • Cost saving through simplified warehouse organisation
  • Signifivant reduction in incorrect deliveries
  • Detailed overview of order statuses and stock in storage
  • In-house implementation of warehouse locations
  • In-house extension of warehouse billing

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