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A design method for parts picking zones in a manufacturing environment

Klaas Peerlinck UGent, Tim Govaert UGent and Hendrik Van Landeghem UGent (2010) ISC'2010 : proceedings of the 8th Annual international Industrial Simulation Conference. p.102-105
abstract
This paper describes a method for the design of an order picking system in a manufacturing environment. Unlike order picking systems in warehouses, there is almost no literature available concerning order picking systems in a manufacturing environment. We start by defining the needed input parameters, followed by a parts classification method. This leads to the calculation of order specifications (order lines, volume, weight,…). The needed throughput, available floor space and associated costs then define the most appropriate order picking system under the given circumstances.
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author
organization
year
type
conference
publication status
published
subject
keyword
Order picking, supermarket, Order picking system (OPS) design, kitting
in
ISC'2010 : proceedings of the 8th Annual international Industrial Simulation Conference
editor
Gabor Lencse
pages
102 - 105
publisher
Eurosis
place of publication
Ghent, Belgium
conference name
8th Annual international Industrial Simulation Conference (ISC 2010)
conference location
Budapest, Hungary
conference start
2010-07-07
conference end
2010-07-09
ISBN
9789077381557
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
C1
copyright statement
I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
id
1019745
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1019745
date created
2010-08-09 15:01:55
date last changed
2017-01-02 09:52:50
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  abstract     = {This paper describes a method for the design of an order picking system in a manufacturing environment. Unlike order picking systems in warehouses, there is almost no literature available concerning order picking systems in a manufacturing environment. We start by defining the needed input parameters, followed by a parts classification method. This leads to the calculation of order specifications (order lines, volume, weight,{\textellipsis}). The needed throughput, available floor space and associated costs then define the most appropriate order picking system under the given circumstances.},
  author       = {Peerlinck, Klaas and Govaert, Tim and Van Landeghem, Hendrik},
  booktitle    = {ISC'2010 : proceedings of the 8th Annual international Industrial Simulation Conference},
  editor       = {Lencse, Gabor},
  isbn         = {9789077381557},
  keyword      = {Order picking,supermarket,Order picking system (OPS) design,kitting},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Budapest, Hungary},
  pages        = {102--105},
  publisher    = {Eurosis},
  title        = {A design method for parts picking zones in a manufacturing environment},
  year         = {2010},
}

Chicago
Peerlinck, Klaas, Tim Govaert, and Hendrik Van Landeghem. 2010. “A Design Method for Parts Picking Zones in a Manufacturing Environment.” In ISC’2010 : Proceedings of the 8th Annual International Industrial Simulation Conference, ed. Gabor Lencse, 102–105. Ghent, Belgium: Eurosis.
APA
Peerlinck, K., Govaert, T., & Van Landeghem, H. (2010). A design method for parts picking zones in a manufacturing environment. In G. Lencse (Ed.), ISC’2010 : proceedings of the 8th Annual international Industrial Simulation Conference (pp. 102–105). Presented at the 8th Annual international Industrial Simulation Conference (ISC 2010), Ghent, Belgium: Eurosis.
Vancouver
1.
Peerlinck K, Govaert T, Van Landeghem H. A design method for parts picking zones in a manufacturing environment. In: Lencse G, editor. ISC’2010 : proceedings of the 8th Annual international Industrial Simulation Conference. Ghent, Belgium: Eurosis; 2010. p. 102–5.
MLA
Peerlinck, Klaas, Tim Govaert, and Hendrik Van Landeghem. “A Design Method for Parts Picking Zones in a Manufacturing Environment.” ISC’2010 : Proceedings of the 8th Annual International Industrial Simulation Conference. Ed. Gabor Lencse. Ghent, Belgium: Eurosis, 2010. 102–105. Print.