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What are Put to light and Pick to light systems?
Pick to light and put to light are both types of warehouse management systems that use lights to indicate where items should be picked or put away in a storage location.
A pick to light system indicates the location of items that must be picked for an order. It uses lights mounted on storage racks to show workers where to find specific items. The lights are illuminated when an order is received, and the worker follows the lights to locate the items and pick them up from the storage rack.
A put to light system is similar to a pick to light system, but it is used to indicate where items should be put away after receiving them. Lights are illuminated to show the worker where to place items in the storage rack. It is used for putting away processes and inventory management.
Both systems are designed to improve accuracy and efficiency in the warehouse by reducing the need for manual scanning or searching for items and providing real-time visibility into inventory levels. They can also help lower labor costs and improve safety in the warehouse.
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