In order to meet the requirements of the company's trade customers even more effectively, at Eisen-Fischer, SCHULTE Lagertechnik created an individual storage system for its Crailsheim site. The solution brings together the requirements for both storage and sales in an appealing shopping experience for tradespeople.
New building, new possibilities – these were what Eisen-Fischer wished to explore when they moved into their new premises in Crailsheim. Covering an area of 1200 square metres, a collection centre for tradespeople was to be constructed to stock 8000 items that would be available at all times.
Against the backdrop of constantly changing availability and demand, Eisen-Fischer required a warehouse that enabled space to be used efficiently and a wide variety of items to be stocked. What's more, the shelving system was not be built to a great height, as in a self-service warehouses, all the items have to be stocked within easy reach of the customer. After an extensive search for a partner, Eisen-Fischer opted for SCHULTE Lagertechnik and a custom-produced storage system.
SCHULTE Lagertechnik created a warehouse combining shelving, pallet racking and cantilever racking. System accessories are used to adapt the shelving to the items being stocked. For example, small products from the sanitary range are stocked in fine and coarse-meshed wire baskets. The space-saving integration of the original wide-span shelving baskets into the shelving improves the use of space in the warehouse. This system serves as a stockroom and a showroom at the same time.
To create a uniform, attractive appearance, the shelving system was produced in Eisen-Fischer's corporate colours. The till and advice areas also fit in perfectly with this storage design. They were also devised by SCHULTE Lagertechnik and custom-produced in Sundern.