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Full boxes picking


This “Light Picking” solution is the fastest way to ship complete boxes. By means of the light it is indicated to the operator which pallet has to take the boxes and with the displays the quantity of boxes to throw to the conveyor belt.


The work order is triggered by a PC in the line header. Then, the computer system illuminates several displays at the same time and shows the required quantity of each one.

The operator picks up the units indicated by the illuminated display and places them on the conveyor belt. Later, it is confirmed with the “V” key on the display and it switches off. If the operator repeats the same procedure until all the displays are switched off, the order will be completed.


The “Light Picking” solution improves the efficiency of the picking orders by reducing the time spent walking between items required on it. Moreover, this solution eliminates the associated mistakes with reading paper orders.


The “Light Picking” solution is the fastest pick automation available to increase the speed and quality of the orders for your unit picking operations.


Flexible and reliable hardware with a wide catalogue of features and options.

We have libraries that facilitate the integra-tion of the displays in the customer’s warehouse management system.

Benefits of this technology:

  • Average productivity +40%, and up to x2.
  • Fast return on investment (from 18 months).
  • Highly efficient picking.
  • Simultaneous orders for every operator.
  • Reduced downtime between orders.
  • Reduction of errors and its costs more than 80% (vs. paper).
  • Updated stock, permanent inventory.
  • Reduction of staff training time.
  • Total control of trainer’s productivity. 

Associated problems with the use of paper:

• 45% Omitted article

    • Item is not shipped

    • There is no control of the delivered items

30% Wrong article

     • The picker, although it takes the correct reference, introduces it in another order.

2% Incorrect quantity count

     • In high quantities

     • From habit of the picker