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Creating A Smarter Connected Logistics World

E+P is the leading provider of comprehensive supply chain execution software for smarter logistics management.  Leveraging its 30+ years of global warehouse and logistics experience, E+P increases performance and optimizes manual and automated warehouse environments.

 

E+P Leadership

Dedicated to Success

At E+P, we meet new challenges head on using innovative ideas. Our team consists of dedicated IT and logistics experts. Strategists and go-getters. Thinkers and engineers. Together, we combine efforts to improve the global field of logistics. 

Marco Ehrhardt

Marco Ehrhardt has been a partner at EPG since 1997 and has been at the head of the organization since 2003. Having studied industrial and electrical engineering, he now primarily leads the areas of software development, new technologies, and corporate communications.

Jörg Fröhlich

Jörg Fröhlich joined EPG back in 1992 and has been a partner at the organization since 1997. To this day, he is in charge of the software engineering and software development departments, as well as major projects.

The E+P Group

Global Coverage

Founded in 1987, E+P has successfully delivered supply chain execution solutions to nearly 1,000 customers. The over 500 global employees of E+P are dedicated to creating a Tier I solution that ensures customers have the software they need to grow and thrive. 

Developing Next-Generation Solutions

E+P has been at the forefront of industry trends, such as cloud automation and ecommerce, continually developing cutting-edge solutions that improve supply chain execution. Bringing over 30 years of customer engagement to bear, E+P solutions are built to handle the most complex and unique requirements. Our mission, creating a smarter connected logistics world, ensures we are always working to help you maintain your competitive edge. 

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E+P Center for Logistics Innovation

E+P has been operating its own logistics center since 2012, thereby strengthening our position as a supply chain expert. EBL – Ehrhardt + BOMAG Logistics – is located right next to our EPG headquarters in Germany. Equipped with state-of-the-art technologies, the center allows us to continuously drive our own technological innovations. Warehouse planning and consulting concepts can be developed and applied directly. Furthermore, E+P experts and customers alike have the option of putting their theoretical knowledge to the test and applying it in real-life during live operations.

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  • Use of mobile workstations
  • Fully integrated into LFS
  • Determination of the ABC number and warehouse zone from the item master list
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  • Fully automated item detection/recognition
  • Outstanding time savings thanks to the items being scanned automatically
  • Scan takes less than 60 seconds per product
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  • Control by means of an LFS.mfc material flow controller
  • Pallet spaces: 11,520 across 20 levels
  • 4 aisles with four automated storage and retrieval systems
  • Transport capacity: 128 pallets/h
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  • Control by means of an LFS.mfc material flow controller
  • 18,000 storage bins with 64,000 bin locations
  • 3 aisles with four micro shuttles each
  • Speed of each shuttle: 1 m/s
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  • Safe identification of the removal and placing of a unit
  • Storage bins are divided into 8 compartments
  • Each individual bin compartment is fully illuminated
  • Touch screen control
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  • Storage of bulky and heavy items
  • Cost savings thanks to free positioning
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  • Storage of overlength items
  • Storage of heavy articles up to 6,600 lbs
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  • 400 bin locations
  • Use of pick-by-voice
  • Use of multi-order-picking
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  • Flow rack warehouses for bin items
  • Area of approx. 6,500 ft²
  • Capacity for approx. 1,000 pallets
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  • Use of the Lydia Voice Suite
  • VoiceWear for maximum freedom of movement
  • Voxter Scan for mobile data collection
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  • Creation of automated replenishment orders at picking stations
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  • Repackaging of items received from third party manufacturers
  • Creation of service kits
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  • Combination of goods from different areas of the warehouse
  • Example: tires from a bulk warehouse and bolts/screws from the automated small parts warehouse
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  • 500 - 600 orders per day, with 1,800 - 2,200 items
  • Scan and weight check of the packages or pallets
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  • The time frame between order received and order shipped is often only 45 minutes

Fully equipped
logistics center

Find out for yourself what is behind 58,000 ft²
of storage space:

  • 1Goods receiving area
    • Use of mobile workstations
    • Fully integrated into LFS
    • Determination of the ABC number and warehouse zone from the item master list
  • 2Item detection/recognition using LFS.oculus3D
    • Fully automated item detection/recognition
    • Outstanding time savings thanks to the items being scanned automatically
    • Scan takes less than 60 seconds per product
  • 3Automated high-bay warehouse
    • Control by means of an LFS.mfc material flow controller
    • Pallet spaces: 11,520 across 20 levels
    • 4 aisles with four automated storage and retrieval systems
    • Transport capacity: 128 pallets/h
  • 4Automated small parts warehouse with integrated micro shuttle
    • Control by means of an LFS.mfc material flow controller
    • 18,000 storage bins with 64,000 bin locations
    • 3 aisles with four micro shuttles each
    • Speed of each shuttle: 1 m/s
  • 5Pick-by-light and pick-term-tray system
    • Safe identification of the removal and placing of a unit
    • Storage bins are divided into 8 compartments
    • Each individual bin compartment is fully illuminated
    • Touch screen control
  • 6Bulk warehouse
    • Storage of bulky and heavy items
    • Cost savings thanks to free positioning
  • 7Cantilever warehouse
    • Storage of overlength items
    • Storage of heavy articles up to 6,600 lbs
  • 8Storage and pick warehouse
    • 400 bin locations
    • Use of pick-by-voice
    • Use of multi-order-picking
  • 9Flow rack warehouse
    • Flow rack warehouses for bin items
    • Area of approx. 6,500 ft²
    • Capacity for approx. 1,000 pallets
  • 10Pick-by-Voice
    • Use of the Lydia Voice Suite
    • VoiceWear for maximum freedom of movement
    • Voxter Scan for mobile data collection
  • 11Dynamic picking stations
    • Creation of automated replenishment orders at picking stations
  • 12Kitting with value added services
    • Repackaging of items received from third party manufacturers
    • Creation of service kits
  • 13Order consolidation
    • Combination of goods from different areas of the warehouse
    • Example: tires from a bulk warehouse and bolts/screws from the automated small parts warehouse
  • 14Packing station
    • 500 - 600 orders per day, with 1,800 - 2,200 items
    • Scan and weight check of the packages or pallets
  • 15Shipping area
    • The time frame between order received and order shipped is often only 45 minutes
1, 000

Customers

across all industries

1, 500

Warehouse projects

implemented across the world

60, 000

Users

who work with LFS on a daily basis