In close collaboration with Koninklijke Mosa, we have written a case study on the implementation of CORAX SaaS WMS in 2 Mosa warehouses. You can first read the summary below or would you rather go straight to the case study? Then click here.
Royal Mosa BV has been producing a wide range of tiles for more than 135 years and markets them in more than 50 countries on four continents. Today, Mosa still designs, develops and produces its tiles in Maastricht, the Netherlands, the city where the company was founded in 1883.
Mosa has 2 warehouses, 1 in Beek and 1 in Brunssum. The processes are identical in both warehouses and in both CORAX SaaS WMS has been implemented. The logistics operation at the two locations is carried out by logistics service provider DSV.
It was decided to first implement the warehouse in Beek and then the warehouse in Brunssum. With the knowledge gained by Mosa from the Beek implementation, Mosa has largely implemented CORAX independently in Brunssum.
Thanks to its user-friendliness, CORAX can be learned quickly, both in terms of implementation and in daily use. Because Davanti uses the Train-the-Trainer principle, key users can, for example, train new colleagues very quickly.
“CORAX was selected from a longlist, shortlist and a demo by the suppliers of the 3 best WMS packages. The attractive cost model and the full cloud solution ultimately made the decision to choose CORAX. “
Ed Dziatkowiak MBA, Manager Warehousing Koninklijke Mosa BV
Both warehouses can be roughly divided into 2 parts: a part with block stacks and a part with front racks.
Mosa mainly receives tiles from its own factory in the warehouse. At the inbound it is determined whether they go to the block stack or to the front racks. In the outbound process, it is possible to dispatch full pallets as well as detailpick pallets.
Mosa uses dynamic picking areas where – based on item groups – different picking areas have been created.
Detailpick pallets are deposited at a control station where they are provided with a plastic cover after inspection. Depending on the type of order, full pallets are also brought to the control area or are immediately prepared for loading. Pallets that are provided with a plastic cover are also prepared for loading.
Read the casestudy here.