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    Transports Chazot chooses the WMS maGistor® by A-SIS

    Publié le : 18/05/2017

    Transports Chazot chooses the WMS maGistor® by A-SIS

     

    The family-run transport group, which is the leader in Rhône-Alpes Aquitaine, has chosen to implement the WMS maGistor®, by the supply chain software solution publisher A-SIS (a Savoye Division brand) to manage flows at its new warehouse in Jonage (69). The result, benefitting from a flexible tool, meets the specific needs of its clients to better assist them on the transport side.

    Turning logistics into a value creation lever for its transport services. This was the strategy used by the Saint-Étienne-based family-run group, Chazot. And to do so, the company decided to turn to the software publisher A-SIS in order to implement its management software maGistor® at its new warehouse. “We purchased Transports Durand back in 2014. Unlike us, they had developed a logistics, storage and order preparation service business at their Villeurbanne site. Following the purchase, we decided to combine what we had at our Lyon site with the Transports Durand business by building an all-new 16,000 m2 warehouse in Jonage, to the east of Lyon,” explains Fabien CHAZOT, Chairman of the group of the same name. “So, we needed a WMS tool to manage our clients’ flows of goods.” There are thousands of very different products from various sectors as the transport operator works with the raw materials industry as well as the automotive, construction and even the agricultural sectors. “We requested bids and went with WMS maGistor® by A-SIS because of its flexibility and ability to respond to the specific needs of each client’s products,” says the executive. Some of the other factors that led to the decision included the A-SIS assistance with the tool installation and gradual transfer of knowledge so the transport operator would have more autonomy in the long-term. “With maGistor®, we are able to offer our clients interfaces without needing specific developments. These interfaces will allow them to send their order preparation requests via EDI and track their stock levels and dispatches,” adds Fabien CHAZOT. Now operational with the first client, Restos de Coeur, the WMS by A-SIS will be progressively rolled out until the end of the year with the 25 clients to which the Group provides logistics services.
     

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    Two-digit growth for Savoye Division

    Publié le : 24/04/2017

    Two-digit growth for SAVOYE

    De SAVOYE Divisie (onderdeel van Groupe Legris Industries) heeft in 2016 een geconsolideerde omzet gerealiseerd van 77 M € en dat is 17% meer dan het voorgaande jaar (op vergelijkbare parameters). Een fraaie prestatie die het bedrijf  dit jaar graag wil herhalen.

    77 miljoen EURO bedraagt de geconsolideerde omzet van de Savoye Divisie in 2016 voor alle merken tezamen: INTELIS, ontwikkelaar en fabrikant van geautomatiseerde en gemechaniseerde magazijnsystemen voor zowel lichte als zware lasten en verpakkingsmachines; A-SIS,  software-oplossingen voor de supply chain (OMS, WMS, WCS, TMS, LED strips, heads-up display, etc.) en PRODEX, producent van dynamische opslagsystemen zoals doorrolstellingen en orderverzamelsystemen voor kleine en middelgrote bedrijven.
    De heer Rémy Jeannin, President van de SAVOYE Divisie, legt uit dat deze 17% groei voortkomt uit drie factoren:

    • Een toename van de omzet in 2015 en deels doorwerkte in 2016
    • Aanpassing en uitbreiding van het productassortiment waardoor het bedrijf beter in staat is om zowel grote als kleinere bedrijven te kunnen helpen bij het opvoeren van de logistieke prestaties. M.a.w. vanaf een zeer beperkte mechanisering tot en met complexe en sterk geautomatiseerde oplossingen.
    • Toetreding tot nieuwe markten met een groot groeipotentieel

    “Wij investeren in nieuwe markten, zoals de agrofood industrie, diepvries producten (koel- en vrieshuizen) en vleesproducten. Deze sectoren zijn volwassen geworden en de behoefte aan productiviteit en kwalitatief hoogwaardige orderverzameloplossingen is hier groot. We kunnen aan deze behoefte tegemoetkomen met ons shuttlesysteem, dat inzetbaar is bij temperaturen tot zelfs    -30 ° C”, aldus de heer Jeannin. Zo werkt het bedrijf op dit gebied al vele jaren met Kermené, een grote Europese agrofood onderneming een waarvoor recent een installatie werd uitgebreid. Ook kreeg SAVOYE in 2016 de opdracht voor een shuttlesysteem van een gerenommeerde Bretonse producent van varkensvlees. SAVOYE blijft zich richten op groei in haar sleutelmarkten West-Europa en Rusland en op nieuwe geografische markten als Algerije en Australië. De verre markten zullen voornamelijk bediend worden via partner system integrators.

    90 miljoen EURO in 2017
    SAVOYE kijkt met vertrouwen naar de toekomst: ”Wij mikken ook in 2017 op dubbele groeicijfers en verwachten door te groeien naar een omzet van ongeveer 90 miljoen Euro,” aldus Rémy Jeannin. Deze belangrijke stap voorwaarts wordt volgens de manager in belangrijke mate gerealiseerd middels de doorontwikkeling van de bestaande producten en het ontwikkelen van nieuwe, innovatieve oplossingen. Niets voor niets investeert SAVOYE jaarlijks 7% van de omzet in research & development. ““In de komende maanden introduceren we enkele productverbeteringen, zoals een verbreding van de OMS en TMS software oplossingen en het beschikbaar maken van alle software producten als een SAAS oplossing. Maar we komen ook met enkele nieuwe innovatieve diensten, waaronder (zeer binnenkort) een compleet scala aan trainingen waarbij face-to-face training gecombineerd kan worden met e-learning. Daarnaast bieden we ondersteuning op het vlak van verandermanagement en de aansturing van de supply chain. En dat is nog niets eens alles”.
    Een belangrijke doelstelling van SAVOYE is om haar klanten te trainen, zodat zij volledig het potentieel van de SAVOYE oplossingen kunnen benutten. Dat geldt zowel voor de hardware als de software. Een ander innovatief project is de ontwikkeling van een automatische distributiemachine gericht op de consument. Deze verplaatsbare unit werkt volgens het principe van de bekende pinautomaat, maar in plaats van geld haalt de consument er bijvoorbeeld zijn/haar bestelde goederen uit. Dit is een oplossing om de logistieke problemen van de ‘Last-Mile’ te overwinnen en de commercialisatie zal nog voor de zomer aanvangen. “Magazijn automatisering is meer dan een opkomende trend. Het is een solide markt, waarin bedrijven met doelgerichte oplossingen en innovaties succesvol zullen zijn. Bij SAVOYE zijn we er klaar voor”, concludeert Rémy Jeannin.

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    A-SIS helps DILISCO optimise its logistics

    Publié le : 06/12/2016

    A-SIS helps DILISCO optimise its logistics

    DILISCO, a subsidiary of Albin Michel specialising in book distribution and marketing, has entrusted A-SIS with the reorganisation of its warehouse logistics, with the use of its LMxt Warehouse Management System and especially its expertise, via an innovative form of collaboration.

    In 2015, DILISCO, a subsidiary of the publisher Albin Michel that distributes, markets and dispatches books on behalf of various customers, asked Division Savoye, the parent company of A-SIS, to mechanise its order picking workshop at its warehouse in Chéniers, in the Creuse département. This depot has a surface area of 20,000 m2 and houses DILISCO's core business: the reception and storage of books and all the activities involved in preparing orders. A second warehouse, at Bonnat, with a surface area of 5,000 m2, takes the overflow and also handles two specific activities: logistics exclusively for Albin Michel and the manufacture of point-of-sale furniture. A few months after this first project began, in December of the same year, DILISCO carried out a major technological switchover at its two warehouses.

    To enable it to cope better with the growth of its activities and to increase the performance of its book distribution and marketing platforms, DILISCO installed the A-SIS LMxt WMS at its sites. "To manage our processes, we had previously been using the logistics modules of IBM's AS400 ERP software, which is really for accounting and marketing. We needed to maximise productivity to boost our development," explains Alessandro Vai, Director General of DILISCO. "We therefore issued a call for tenders in 2014 and chose A-SIS at the beginning of the following year. A-SIS is a brand of the Division Savoye, so it seemed logical to work with two partners who know one another. But it was also the product itself, LMxt, that convinced us: we received some very positive feedback concerning this WMS from others in the industry." DILISCO therefore switched to wireless processes, first concerning the reception and internal management of stocks, and then this year on the preparation of orders. A little less than a year after the installation of LMxt and the modernisation carried out by Savoye, the results are obvious. In addition to traceability and time savings, DILISCO now has 10% greater capacity at its Chéniers warehouse, with the creation of 2,000 locations and 22 new workstations. Between 2014 and 2016, the company has seen growth of 28%, gained in flexibility and improved its customer service.

    A plan to improve operations, with real results
    In order to continue this improvement process and offer its customers maximum flexibility, DILISCO has also asked A-SIS to provide expertise and assistance. This mission has identified new avenues for improvement, such as the mapping and streamlining of order preparation. It has also led to the development of an action plan for 2017 that will focus more particularly on the optimisation of volumes, the renewal of supplies and the management of returns. This strategic collaboration between the two firms has been given an unprecedented structure because the different actions, monitored by productivity and performance indicators, will be financed by the savings generated: "We decided to set up a win-win partnership: we will share the savings made by these missions, to deepen this notion of partnership, to which we are all committed," explains Philippe Pradel, Expertise Manager at A-SIS.

    On the strength of the installation of LMxt and the expertise of A-SIS, DILISCO is already preparing for 2017 with the launch of new services to its customers, as well as the deployment in its warehouses of:
    •    a system of automatic documents deposed station controlled by the LM Warehouse Control System,
    •    the Data Manager® system to automatically measure, weigh and photograph articles.
    Warehouse operations will also benefit from A-SIS's latest innovative systems: the new generation of Pick-to-Light displays, the multi-modal mobility system and the PeakScreen system, which consists of a heads-up cap-mounted display with an HD OLED screen and voice command feature.
     

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    Savoye targets growth with new partnership strategy

    Publié le : 14/10/2016

    Savoye targets growth with new partnership strategy

    Warehouse automation specialist Savoye intends to further strengthen its position in the international market by launching a new partnership strategy to increase sales of its equipment and software. Between now and the end of 2016, Savoye will have recruited approximately 10 new integrator partners and aims to double this figure in 2017. With exports accounting for 62% of its turnover, the business sees significant potential in the UK market for its range of automated handling and software solutions.

    Savoye, which currently has specialist teams based in the UK, Germany, Benelux, France, Italy, Morocco, and Russia, has launched its indirect sales policy under the strategic guidance of Hervé Aubert, Savoye’s director of projects and contracts. The French automation expert believes there are significant growth opportunities for its INTELIS and A-SIS products, which can be delivered through an approved network of integrators and supply chain consultants. INTELIS is the equipment manufacturer brand for intra-logistics mechanised solutions. A-SIS is the software developer brand for the supply chain (WMS, WCS, TMS and OMS).

    Hervé Aubert, Savoye's director of projects and contracts, said: “At Savoye, we are very close to our customers, in terms of culture. The idea is thus not to create a substitute for our traditional sales channel to final customers, but rather to develop a complementary network of local stakeholders by getting them to integrate all, or part, of our technological building blocks into their offer."

    While France is still Savoye’s key domestic market, the company has managed to expand internationally and has supported several of its major account customers in about 40 countries, including Poland, Israel, South Africa, Mexico and China.

    To carry out this development strategy, Savoye has set up a multi-disciplinary team of about 20 people; it has also defined the type of partner integrator it is looking for and a programme for supporting them. It has also developed a clear pricing policy that has been tailored to each individual market.

    "We target local stakeholders who have the necessary technical expertise in our field as well as their own marketing network", explains Hervé Aubert.

    The goal for 2017 is to accelerate the integrator recruitment process with up to 10 partnerships in each of the key target markets: the UK, North and South America, Southeast Asia, China and various other European countries.

    Hervé Aubert concludes: "It is a reciprocal recruiting process for which it is essential to get to know each other and to define the investments expected on both sides before signing contracts. Above all, we are looking for long-term profitable relationships."


     

    Hervé AubertHervé AUBERT a legal expert in international business, worked for Groupe Thales for eleven years before joining Savoye in 2006 to run the legal directorate and then in 2015 the projects directorate.


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    Capital.fr report in Savoye company

    Publié le : 06/10/2016

    Capital.fr report in Savoye company

    Retranscription of the video-report by Capital.fr in Ladoix on 5th September 2016.

    SAVOYE Integrated, controlled logistics
    A pioneer in the logistics sector for over 25 years now, Savoye supports all kinds of players throughout France, from start-ups to major e-commerce operators. A subsidiary of the Legris Industries group, the Savoye Division is an integrator of tailor-made supply chain solutions with a workforce of 660 and an annual turnover of €128 M, up by 22% on 2015. We interviewed Savoye chairman Rémy Jeannin.

    What is Savoye’s core business?
    We are specialised in the automation and control of logistics warehouses using software packages, robots and controlled  devices. When you order something via an e-commerce website, there is a company behind the site that must pick out the articles, place them in cardboard boxes and manage the order so it is sent to you within 24 hours. Orders are managed through fine-tuned algorithms that optimise the process by mechanising it. This guarantees the operator good working conditions, quick service and quality control. We have to avoid mistakes. Returns are costly, so we aim to prevent them, knowing that each company has its own constraints. Our strength lies in our good understanding of our customers’ organisational processes. We thus tailor our offer, suggesting turnkey made-to-measure solutions.

    What are your best references?
    Some of our biggest customers are vente-privee.com, Mister-Auto, Procter & Gamble, Galeries Lafayette, Chantelle, Kiabi, Renault and Clarins. We have been supporting some of them from their beginnings as start-ups right through to their development worldwide. Our solutions are currently being deployed in 40 countries. We have dedicated teams in subsidiaries in Germany, the UK, Belgium, Italy, Morocco, the Netherlands and Russia. We are also represented by local service integrators in the United States, Australia and Asia. However, the supply chain solutions they integrate are designed and developed by Savoye.

    Your technology is at the cutting edge of innovation
    Indeed . We are already laying the foundations for industry 4.0. All our solutions integrate high-level artificial intelligence, with augmented-reality information systems, 3D vision and remote control of maintenance operations. Savoye is bubbling over with ideas. We are working on last-mile logistics with major retail outlets to find solutions for delivering fresh and frozen products when the consumer is away. We are in particular looking into letterboxes and special deposit systems , and are currently trialling one such solution.
     

     

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    Ensovo chooses maGistor® from A-SIS

    Publié le : 08/08/2016

    Ensovo chooses maGistor® from A-SIS

    The logistics specialist Ensovo has decided to implement the maGistor® Warehouse Management Software package from A-SIS, the supply-chain software publisher that is part of the Savoye Division (Legris Industries Group).

    Ensovo – a logistics company that promotes social integration through employment, and which is a service provider to OKAIDI, the babywear and children’s clothes manufacturer – has equipped its 7,500m2 logistics platform in Lys-lez-Lannoy (between Lille and Roubaix) with the maGistor® WMS from A-SIS. ENSOVO was founded in 2006 and purchased by its three current associate directors in 2014. The company looks after the reception, storage and shipping of orders for its customers and is particularly specialised in the management of retail goods. With orders having increased from 2,500 to 400,000 a year and the number of product references from 500 to 20,000, Ensovo needed to respond to its significant growth in business and to the requirements of an ever-larger customer base.
    “Our customers all have different constraints, products and demands. We were looking for a tool with a wide range of functions, capable of managing all our customer interfaces, with flexible parameters that could be configured in-house,” explains François FERRAND, Associate Director at ENSOVO. In order to meet these requirements, the company decided to implement a WMS in its warehouse and launched a call for tender, involving seven software publishers.

    ENSOVO opted for the maGistor® WMS from A-SIS, initially implementing it for one customer and then for OKAIDI, for whom the company manages over 300,000 orders a year for 750 shops around the world. In addition to managing all the warehouse processes in Lys-lez-Lannoy, maGistor® enables ENSOVO to manage its storage warehouse and order-picking activity using one simple, flexible tool. Thanks to maGistor®, ENSOVO has also integrated a new function to its logistics services – namely, carrier labelling – and is looking into opening a second site. “We felt sure A-SIS had the expertise to support our business growth with a flexible and agile solution for managing new orders, adjustments and new projects. We are extremely satisfied with this collaboration. A-SIS provided experience and a local service. Their teams know our company and understand the issues linked to the logistics business,” says François FERRAND.
     

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    Rivolier: A-SIS equips the Group’s second warehouse

    Publié le : 08/08/2016

    Rivolier: A-SIS equips the Group’s second warehouse

    The Rivolier Group distributes hunting and fishing items as well and security and defence equipment and had a turnover of €70 million in 2015. Having already implemented maGistor® on its site in Blanquefort (near Bordeaux in Gironde, France), Rivolier has commissioned A-SIS – the supply-chain software publisher belonging to the Savoye Division of the Legris Industries Group – to install its WMS on its second site in Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert (Loire). The Rivolier Group’s objective is to have an efficient system that will enable it to meet the needs of its growing business.

    Everything began in 2011. Under the guidance of the Group’s Chairman, Arnaud VAN ROBAIS, Rivolier launched its external growth strategy, thereby diversifying its activities and product ranges. Rivolier first purchased the fishing-equipment specialist SERT, then its competitor Garbolino in 2012. “With these two acquisitions, the number of references managed increased from 6,000 to 15,000 for the fishing department, representing a turnover of €14 million in 2015,” explains Nicolas PYRDA, Operations Director at SERT, and head of the WMS project. “Even though the ERP system at our 4,500m2 site in Blanquefort had a few basic functions, we needed a genuine WMS.” With this in mind, the company launched a call for tender, which was won by A-SIS. The maGistor® solution was implemented in 2012.

    Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert also equipped with maGistor®
    Three years later, this family-owned business is continuing to grow. “We have a second site covering 5,000m2 in Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert, which was previously devoted to the fishing equipment activity. Now, the site is supporting the strong development of our business in the security, textile and animal-accessory fields. Here again, the number of product references has rocketed,” says Nicolas PYRDA. Based on his positive first experience, the Operations Director commissioned A-SIS to install its WMS on the Group’s second logistics site, which also has its own ERP system. “We were very pleased with the results obtained with maGistor® in Blanquefort,” says Nicolas PYRDA. In fact, the Director is full of praise for A-SIS and its WMS: “A high-quality project team, a reliable tool, a system that can be easily configured, which is user-friendly and upgradeable, allowing you to take advantage of the latest technical developments....” The Director certainly does not lack any arguments. As in Blanquefort, the installation of maGistor enabled the Rivolier Group to redesign its on-site processes and standardise its activity to make it even more efficient. “The maGistor® WMS enabled us to speed up our continuous improvement process and identify areas that we could further optimise,” says Nicolas PYRDA. MaGistor® has been operational since last September and manages all the warehouse processes in Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert (reception of products, storage, etc.). This Rivolier site prepares 300 orders a day for delivery to 900 retail customers in France.
     

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    Viapost signs with the Savoye Division

    Publié le : 27/05/2016

    Viapost signs with the Savoye Division

    The logistics subsidiary of the French Post Office group, Viapost, has signed with the Savoye Division to modernise its packaging line on one of its Lyon platforms.

    Viapost, a subsidiary of the French Post Office group, provides assistance to about a hundred or more pure-player customers and retailers in their onmi channel development strategy, thanks to logistics and transport solutions that are both innovative and high added value. One of its logistics platforms situated in the Lyon area, in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier (30,000 m2), manages the logistics of various major e-commerce and retail companies. In the framework of its industrial strategy and in order to increase its production capacity and to meet the different needs of its customers, Viapost has turned to the Savoye Division to automate the transport, labelling and packaging part of its site. This automation responds to the challenge of sharing logistics flows, automating repetitive tasks (which have no added value) and accelerating intra logistics flows; and all this is required because of the new and growing need to prepare orders just before the shipping time (cut off 19h or 20h) and ‘same day’ delivery.

    After a detailed audit, Savoye and Viapost have agreed on a complete solution planned to be operational this month: they will install not only an INTELIS JIVARO packaging machine for boxes adapted for the size of the products they contain, but also an INTELIS C12 lid placing machine for smaller parcels and INTELIS CONVEY® conveyor systems.
    To ensure a sufficient processing capacity for parcels, two weighing and labelling systems will be set up. At the end of the line, a 5 lane sorter, one of which will be for dealing with faults, will make life easier for the operators when they prepare shipments. This all-encompassing solution will give Viapost more flexibility to be able to absorb seasonal peaks, which are particularly significant in e-commerce.

    A flexible, modular and eco-innovative solution
    The Savoye solutions were chosen by Viapost for their versatility and low energy consumption. In fact, the ‘start & stop’ function of the conveyors reduces energy consumption and the removal of the pneumatic mechanism significantly improves the noise level comfort of the operators. In addition, the automation of the packaging - with doubled up weighing and labelling - means that the operation is carried out more quickly and smoothly and bottlenecks are eliminated.
    The number of different box sizes has also been greatly reduced, with only 2 sizes being handled by INTELIS JIVARO and the INTELIS C12 lid placing machine, compared with 8 before! As the sorting of packages in the dispatch area is also automated, operators can make up pallets easily and without having to move away from where they are working. 1,200 parcels can thus be dispatched every hour. When speaking to e-retailers, another significant advantage that ended up convincing the Viapost teams was the fact that thanks to the flexibility of the plant, it will be possible, easy and quick to install future extensions.
     

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    Division Savoye provides a tailor-made platform for the clothing group Petit Bateau

    Publié le : 25/03/2016

    Division Savoye provides a tailor-made platform for the clothing group Petit Bateau

    The Petit Bateau brand (ROCHER Group) has commissioned Division Savoye (Legris Industries Group) to provide the software and equipment for its new logistics platform in Buchères, near Troyes (Aube).

    When logistics need to be reorganised, the choice of partners is essential. When it wanted to bring together its two sites onto a single location at Buchères, not far from Troyes, the clothing brand Petit Bateau, a subsidiary of the ROCHER Group, entrusted the operation to Division Savoye. The mission involved improving flexibility and productivity, providing efficient management of all its distribution channels and improving the working conditions of its operators, while abiding by the brand's environmentally-responsible principles. A first call for tenders concerning the Warehouse Management System (WMS) was issued, which was won by a-SIS's LMxt system for its ability to manage split case flows. In addition to the WMS features, the transport management functions will be implemented with the LM Transport Order Optimizer and LM Label modules. A second call for tenders was issued for mechanising the whole of the new 42,000m2 building. As a result, nearly a kilometre of INTELIS CONVEY® conveyors will be installed there and will come on line in May 2016, just six months after the signing of the contract. Up to 150,000 items a day will be shipped from the site.

    A tailor-made solution for better ergonomics
    In addition to its processing capacity and its reliability, INTELIS CONVEY® – a smart conveyor system that adjusts its speed in line with the parcels carried, and even stops when it has no parcels on it – was therefore chosen for two main reasons: the energy efficiency it enables supports Petit Bateau's environmentally-responsible approach, and the lower noise levels it creates in the warehouse result in better working conditions for operators.
    The installation has been carefully designed to ensure that workstations are as ergonomic as possible. In the order preparation area, where trucks equipped with radio terminals and voice connections circulate in the aisles, INTELIS CONVEY® is commanded by its Warehouse Control System, also provided by a-SIS, to supply operators with empty boxes and then carry away the completed parcels to the customisation area if necessary, or directly to the shipping area. Preparation of e-sales orders is made easier by the use of sorting cabinets fitted with LED strips. At the end of the line, Petit Bateau has chosen the INTELIS JIVARO® packaging machine, which adjusts the height of the carton to match the content, in order to reduce the volumes transported and thus limit the company's carbon footprint.
    The new platform will be ready to ship the brand's new Autumn-Winter 2016 collection by May this year.
     

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    Olivier SCHULMAN joins A-SIS

    Publié le : 18/03/2016

    Olivier SCHULMAN joins A-SIS

    Olivier SCHULMAN (46 years old), a specialist in software solutions for transport management and scheduling, has been appointed TMS Development Manager at A-SIS, the supply-chain software publisher, part of the Savoye Division. His mission is to extend the LM TMS product range and develop sales.

    Olivier SCHULMAN is an acknowledged expert in the supply-chain sector, having been Sales Director of DDS Logistics for 14 years, and his appointment is a major coup for A-SIS. “We are delighted that Olivier has joined
    A-SIS. His knowledge of the TMS market will prove invaluable as regards our future development,” explains Evelyne RAYNAUD, the Director of Business Development and Product Strategy at A-SIS. As TMS Development Manager, Olivier SCHULMAN will be responsible for developing the LM TMS product range and for the sales strategy, drawing on his detailed knowledge of the market and competitors’ products.

    Olivier SCHULMAN graduated from the University of Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne in 1993 with a Master's degree (French DESS) in European and International Business Administration. Since then, he has worked for various IT companies in the field of business development. He began his career as a Sales Engineer at CCMX (a publisher of business administration software). In 1995, he joined the GARTNER Group - a consultancy firm specialising in information systems - as a Senior Business Engineer. He then spent a year as Agency Director in the ALTEN Group. In 2000, he joined DDS Logistics as Sales Director. Over the course of 14 years, he contributed greatly to the company’s strong growth. Today, he has joined A-SIS to bolster the company’s development strategy.     
    “A TMS solution must be part of an overall software offer for the supply chain: WMS, OMS.... That is why I’m delighted to be joining A-SIS, since the company already has a comprehensive offer with its modular LOGISTICS MANAGER SUITE. My job will be to consolidate this with an essential brick: TMS,” explains Olivier SCHULMAN.

    For his first steps with A-SIS, Olivier SCHULMAN will be attending the SITL Logistics and Transport Fair (Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, Paris) from 22 to 25 March. A-SIS will be exhibiting on Stand F37, along with the other two SAVOYE Division brands:
     INTELIS and PRODEX.

     

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    Philippe MARQUES appointed Product MANAGER at a-SIS

    Publié le : 07/03/2016

    Philippe MARQUES appointed Product MANAGER at a-SIS

    Philippe MARQUES (42 years old) has been appointed Product Manager at a-SIS, the supply-chain software publisher that is part of the Savoye Division.

    Philippe MARQUES is an engineer by training, a graduate of the Ecole Télécom Saint-Etienne (Loire, France), and knows the company and its software products inside out, having started his career as a Project Manager at a-SIS in 1998. In 2012, Philippe became Head of the company’s TMS-OMS business and will now take responsibility for the software-upgrade strategy for the LOGISTICS MANAGER SUITE. Reporting to Evelyne RAYNAUD, the Director of Product Strategy at a-SIS, Philippe’s new position will involve managing the product team, drawing up the specifications for new software versions and validating the upgrades before they are placed on the market. Philippe will also be responsible for promoting the company’s products.
    Released in 2011, the LOGISTICS MANAGER SUITE is a software package that addresses the requirements of Supply Chain Management (APS and OMS solutions), Warehouse Management (WMS and WCS solutions in manual or automated environments) and Transport Management (TMS solution for shippers that includes a module for optimising delivery rounds).
     

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    a-SIS launches a heads-up display system

    Publié le : 01/03/2016

    a-SIS launches a heads-up display system

    This new multi-mode mobility solution offers a real alternative to augmented reality glasses, combining information displayed on a high-definition screen positioned on the visor of a cap with voice technology. The result is a clear field of view and free hands.

    a-SIS develops software solutions for the supply chain, and is part of the Savoye Division (Legris Industries Group). During the 2016 SITL international trade show for transport and logistics (22-25 March, Paris Nord Villepinte) the company is presenting a new multi-mode mobility solution. Its main advantage is that it offers warehouse operatives clear visibility while also leaving their hands free. This unique solution is a powerful alternative to augmented-reality glasses. "Initially, we prototyped and tested glasses, but we came to the conclusion that this solution is not very suitable for use in a warehouse," explains Evelyne Raynaud, Director for Product Development and Strategy at a-SIS. In fact, the software developer considers that glasses are too restrictive: they do not take  into account people who are obliged to wear glasses as a matter of course, they obscure the wearer’s field of view, they cannot guarantee optimum security in an environment where forklift trucks are constantly moving around, and finally they raise the problem of WiFi emissions from the arms of the glasses. To overcome these disadvantages, a-SIS therefore developed its own solution, after three years of R&D.

    Greater freedom for operators
    The system consists of two main elements: a cap with an adjustable, high-definition, 0.39-inch OLED screen attached to the visor, connected to a hi-vis vest containing a micro PC and the batteries powering the system. The two devices are connected by a USB-HDMI cable . "Unlike glasses, a screen positioned on the cap visor leaves the operator's field of view totally free," Evelyne Raynaud adds. In practice, to see what tasks need to be performed, operators only have to raise their eyes to see the screen under the visor. Looking ahead again, they have a clear field of view. In addition to the screen, a-SIS has incorporated voice technology, because the cap is also equipped with a headset and an earpiece. Another positive point is the option of associating photos with the information, further reducing possible sources of error.
    This a-SIS mobility solution can be adapted to any workstation and suits warehouse processes where the operator is on foot: reception, preparation of orders, inventories, etc. The Savoye Division brand even intends to offer it in production situations. The cap can be customised with the user's corporate colours or logo, and batteries have 10 hours of autonomy, covering  a full day of work.
    a-SIS already has its first customer, its parent company, the Savoye Division, which is rolling out the system on its site at Ladoix-Serrigny (Côte-d'Or). As for the price, the heads-up display system is designed to be competitive, as it is being marketed at a price comparable to that of a commercially-available radio terminal.
     

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    SITL 2016 ! SAVOYE4ALL !

    Publié le : 02/02/2016

    SITL 2016 ! SAVOYE4ALL !

    You are looking for a mechanised or automatition solution adapted to your activity, flexibel and modular for your new or existing warehouse ?

    You are looking for a software solution : OMS, WMS, WCS, TMS ?

    You are looking for storage equipements and handling systems ?

    Come and see Savoye and its brands A-SIS, Intelis and Prodex on a unique booth for the next
     

    SITL

    22-25 March 2016

    Booth F37 Hall 6, Paris Nord Villepinte
     

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    Savoye helps the Librairie Laïque Group meet the needs of its growing business

    Publié le : 25/01/2016

    Savoye helps the Librairie Laïque Group meet the needs of its growing business

    To meet the needs of its rapidly growing business, the family-owned Librairie Laïque Group decided to build a new logistics platform and modernise its order-picking process with the INTELIS equipment range made by the Savoye Division (Legris Industries Group).

    Between 2011 and 2015, the Librairie Laïque Group increased its sales by 63%. Today, the Group has a turnover of €7.5 million and is pursuing its development, the target being to reach €10 million in turnover within 5 years time. To meet its growing needs, this family-owned company – based in Le Puy-en-Velay (central France) and specialising in school supplies, educational books and creative leisure products – decided to build a new 3,000m2  logistics platform (see photo) with a more modern order-picking system, notably thanks to the INTELIS CONVEY full-electric, smart, modular conveyor to be installed by Savoye. “Our order-picking system is reaching saturation point and we are finding it increasingly difficult to handle the seasonal peaks in our business,” explains Thomas EL MQIRMI, the Managing Director of the Librairie Laïque Group. The new warehouse in Chaspuzac, just a few kilometres from the head office, will be operational at the end of March 2016. It will centralise all the company’s logistics, which are currently divided between a 1,800m2 warehouse in Le Puy-en-Velay, the company’s three sales outlets and a warehouse in Lyon. The Group works as a wholesaler to schools, nurseries, day-care centres and companies, and also has a retail business aimed at private individuals. Moreover, the company launched a new e-commerce site in October 2015. In particular, the Librairie Laïque Group must deal with strong peaks in business when schools re-open after the holidays and therefore decided to reorganise its logistics flows from a single shipping point.

    Improved ergonomics and greater productivity
    In order to improve the quality of the Group’s order-picking, Savoye will install a conveyor that goes through 8 picking stations, a single-format tray-forming machine, a weight control system at the end of the line, two picking loops (that can be extended to three in 2017) and an INTELIS JIVARO® MACHINE (photo) which adapts the height of the boxes to the product content, in order to ship the smallest packages possible. The whole system will be managed by Savoye’s Warehouse Control System (WCS). “The new facility will enable us to go from 3,500 to 7,000 order lines prepared per day!” says Thomas EL MQIRMI. He also explained that the Librairie Laïque carries almost 15,000 references in its catalogue, including 9,000 that are constantly in stock, and prepares up to 250 orders a day during peak periods. The new facility also aims to improve operators’ working conditions. At the moment, they must walk several kilometres a day with their order-picking trolleys, carry out several goods-handling operations (often with heavy items), check the content of their trolleys, pack the orders and then place them on pallets. “A lot of the operations cannot be avoided, but the different solutions implemented by Savoye will make the job less strenuous and reduce the number of potential errors,” explains the Managing Director. “In short, the facility will be more ergonomic and improve productivity... we are now ready for our future business development!”


     

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    Sealynx International, a subsidiary of the GMD Group, renews its confidence in Prodex

    Publié le : 15/12/2015

    Sealynx International, a subsidiary of the GMD Group, renews its confidence in Prodex

    After the work carried out in its warehouse in Transières (Normandy), the specialist in the design and production of sealing systems for the automotive sector has again called on this subsidiary of the Savoye Division (designer and integrator of overall supply chain solutions) to fit out its site in Tangier. One thousand metres of pallet rails have now been installed.

    In 2014, the OEM Sealynx International found the Prodex product range through the company's web portal, www.prodex-online.com. A few months later, the specialist in sealing systems for the automotive sector signed up Prodex to fit out its new 138,000 m2 warehouse in Transières, where 2,600 metres of pallet rails were installed in August. Sealynx International was so satisfied with the system and the work of the teams that it again called on Prodex, this time to equip its logistics hub in Tangier (a 6,600 m2 warehouse, with 2,100 m2 of gravity roller conveyors installed).
    "Sealynx International asked us to install the same solution in Morocco as in Transières," explains Cyril León, Sales Director of Prodex. "We first studied the flows of goods and then installed a total of 1,000 metres of conveyors, some for raw materials and some for finished goods, from the storage to the shipping areas." The Prodex system has been operational since April and achieves the same goals as those set for the Normandy warehouse: better traceability of products, goods labelled at the beginning of preparation, packages associated with a specific conveyor line; improved working conditions, thanks to the slope of the rails which carries the products to their next destination; and a reduction in the number of trucks circulating, due to fewer movements and less handling. Apart from the logistics depot, ten other production areas have now also been equipped with conveyors since August 2014. A success story for Prodex!

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    TB Group chooses Savoye to boost its productivity

    Publié le : 15/12/2015

    TB Group chooses Savoye to boost its productivity

    In July 2016, the leading French cutlery-maker TB Group will move to a new logistics hub at La Monnerie Le Montel (Puy-de-Dôme). The aim is to increase its storage space and gain in productivity to cope with its constant growth. For the productivity aspect, the family-owned company has chosen to install the latest generation of the "goods-to-person" INTELIS PTS system from Division Savoye (Groupe Legris Industries).

    It was at the end of the 1990s that TB Group took the plunge into mass distribution. "Today, our customers are the major French retail chains," explains Philippe BOYADJIS, Director of Operations TB Group, the French leader in high-end cutlery. "Our chief competition today comes from China, where companies have much lower production costs. This means we are in a competitive mass market where productivity is a key factor." And this company with its products "made in France" is definitely competitive! Its strengths are its innovative, top-of-the-range knives, renowned for their durability. Since its creation in 1962, TB Group has seen constant growth. On the strength of its excellent results, this cutlery specialist, with €22 million in turnover, has outgrown its warehouse in Celles-sur-Durolles (3,000 m2) and will relocate in July 2016 to a new logistics hub at La Monnerie Le Montel (Puy-de-Dôme), currently under construction. The objectives for TB Group are clear: benefit from a greater storage area, so as to avoid having to outsource the storage of its stocks, and improve productivity in the preparation of orders. "For this, we needed to find a mechanised system, because until now our logistics had been entirely manual. After a call for tenders carried out with the assistance of the consulting firm Axeflow, the Savoye system emerged as the most suitable, in both its approach and its technical performance," explains Philippe BOYADJIS. Six hundred of the future 4,600 m2 at the new warehouse will thus be mechanised with the latest generation of the Savoye "goods-to-person" system.
    Scheduled to be operational next summer, the system has 23 rows, 12 shuttles that circulate on 21 levels, an order preparation station, a packaging line, a control by weight at the end of the line, an automatic lidding machine and two sorting points. The Savoye system will be able to deal with 200 orders a day for multi-reference packages and e-commerce orders, covering approximately 1,700 references (out of the 2,500 in the catalogue). "For the moment, our operators can prepare orders for 150 references per day. With INTELIS PTS, this will rise to at least 350 references per hour!" adds the delighted Director of Operations. In addition, from the very start of the project, future developments have been taken into account with nine more shuttles by 2020, as well as an additional order preparation station, if needed. The system is also designed to enable a review of the general organisation of traffic flows, which had become difficult through lack of space in the current warehouse.

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    a-SIS unveils its latest innovation: a mobile application for warehouses

    Publié le : 19/10/2015

    a-SIS unveils its latest innovation: a mobile application for warehouses

    a-SIS is constantly striving to provide innovative new solutions and has just released a new mobile application that works with its entire warehouse software range. With its clear, uncluttered graphic display, this open application stands out due to its multi-mode input feature.

    a-SIS, the supply-chain software publisher that is part of the Savoye Division, has extended its product range by developing a new mobile application for use in warehouses. The solution was developed entirely in-house, enabling the company to maintain total control of the application and to adapt it to customers’ processes, in a wide variety of environments.

    The application is graphics-based and designed from the outset for multi-mode input. “That’s the real advantage with this solution; it means that all physical operations entered into the terminal can be input either by typing, or by using the bar-code reader, or by voice mode or by using the RFID function,” explains Didier GRIS, the Innovation Director at a-SIS. “It provides great user flexibility. In the morning, the terminal can be used in scanner mode in the reception area and then, in the afternoon, it can be switched over to full-voice mode for order picking,” he adds.
    Another of the application’s advantages is that it can be easily installed in full-voice mode on any device with a headset or Bluetooth connection. While users are free to choose any supplier they want, they can purchase equipment which is significantly less expensive than a specific full-voice solution.

    This project also provided an opportunity to rethink the ergonomics and design. a-SIS wanted to ensure all entries could be made by either keyboard or touch-screen. This means the solution can be used on a conventional terminal but also on a robust tablet or a smartphone. In functional terms, the application has several new features: display of documents such as item photos, additional information in masked fields  and the display of notification or alerts.

    The latest technological changes on this type of mobile equipment have not been forgotten: the solution operates on Windows 10, Windows CE or Windows Mobile, as well as on Android.
     

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    PRODEX provides the warehouse equipment to support GENERIK’S growth

    Publié le : 01/10/2015

    PRODEX provides the warehouse equipment to support GENERIK’S growth

    By installing an order-picking line from PRODEX (a brand of the Savoye Division, which specialises in engineering and integrating comprehensive solutions for the supply chain), GENERIK – the low-cost hair-care product brand – can now deal with 30 to 40% more orders in its new logistics warehouse in Méré, near Paris.

    GENERIK is a French company that is growing rapidly. The company operates in the low-cost professional hair-care product sector, selling 232 product references at prices that are as much as 75% lower than other operators in the market. In order to propose such unbeatable prices, this family-owned business has particularly focused on product quality, at the expense of marketing and communication investments, which are commonplace and extremely costly in this sector. This bold business model has proven successful, since the company has experienced strong growth every year since it was founded in 2004: an increase of 23% between 2013 and 2014, and 28% between 2014 and 2015, with a forecast turnover of €9 million this year. “In order to be able to cope with our continued growth, we had a meeting with PRODEX to talk about equipping our new 5,000m2 central warehouse, based in Méré in the Yvelines département. We were looking for an order-picking circuit with an automated section to help us deal with the constant increase in product flows. Our previous system was entirely manual,” says Bruno MOCHER, the company’s co-founder. “We sat down around a table and were won over by the PRODEX teams’ approach and solution, based on their analysis and the system’s adaptability.” The new line has been operational since the summer, with the teams from PRODEX taking only a week to install the system in GENERIK’s new warehouse: 70 linear metres of conveyors, including 30 metres of automated conveyors, with a strapping-machine at the end of the line capable of closing the 500 parcels that are shipped every day within 24 hours to the 12,000 hair-dressing salons that the company works with in France. “The result has met all our expectations! Thanks to the installation of PRODEX’s semi-automated circuit, we can now deal with 30 to 40% more orders every day. We can look forward to the future with greater peace of mind,” says the Director.
     

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    LM Cubing from a-SIS, a new cubing service in SaaS mode!

    Publié le : 11/08/2015

    LM Cubing from a-SIS, a new cubing service in SaaS mode!

    Accessible on the web, via any information system, LM Cubing, an a-SIS brand, offers advanced features. It uses computer power to find the most appropriate container for products. The result is fewer containers used and optimised transport costs.

    a-SIS is continuing to extend its SaaS offer. This time, the Savoye Division's software publishing brand for the Supply Chain is offering a cubing service in SaaS mode. This service, invoiced on a pay-as-you-use basis, can be accessed remotely, on the web, via any information system (ERP, MES, WMS). It computes the best way of associating products with containers – whether for picking operations (consisting of placing items that have been ordered in cardboard boxes, trays or envelopes), grouping before shipping (assembling boxes or trays on pallets or roll containers), or loading (stowing shipping units in semi-trailers), in order to keep operations to a minimum. "Cubing is a very interesting way of leveraging your operations, because it helps limit the number of containers, better position products, and in particular reduce transport costs," explains Gregory LECAIGNARD, Product Manager at
    a-SIS. "In an omnichannel context, this kind of function has an immediate ROI," he adds, "but not all publishers in the market offer the same levels of optimisation." In practice, during the handling operations, the information system sends LM Cubing a description of the objects to be positioned and the containers to be used. Once the result has been computed, the information is made available in a secure space. Order-preparation operatives merely have to follow the recommendations issued by the system, with the additional advantage that time need never be lost by repacking in the event of calculation errors, as can occur with human appraisals . The publisher has been able to refine the algorithms thanks to its knowledge of retail logistics and its accumulated experience from 30 years of installing equipment for customers in highly mechanised contexts. LM Cubing thus takes into account the characteristics of the products but especially their manipulation constraints such as, for example, items that must remain in a vertical position, hollow objects, collapsible or stackable ones.

    The system is also capable of positioning a product in a diagonal position or suggesting that it be given a smaller container. LM Cubing also offers the possibility of introducing separate strategies for different costs: in one case, the cubing system could seek to limit volumes, while in another it could take into account the physical effort required from the preparer in assembling the products, and so on.

    LM Cubing is a typical example of the continuous improvement process at a-SIS, whereby software solutions are no longer seen as a monolithic block but as a set of services that can function separately from one another. These services (such as cubing) can function either interoperably, or with an outside system.
     

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    The Savoye Division stakes out a position as a "multi-specialist"

    Publié le : 16/07/2015

    The Savoye Division stakes out a position as a "multi-specialist"

    On 4th June 2015, the Savoye Division of the Legris Industries Group held an event for its stakeholders to which journalists were also invited . The organisers provided a wealth of information about the Division, including its financial results, its recent internal changes and its latest innovations. Here we present the latest news from a major player in Supply Chain services which today claims a position as a "multi-specialist" in the sector.

    The Savoye Division organised an event to which it invited all those with an interest in its future: customers, partners and journalists from the regional and specialised press. It provided a wealth of information about the Division, starting with a presentation of its financial results. These showed growth of 11% compared to its previous financial year, with turnover in 2014 of €105 million. "Taking all geographic areas together, new orders grew by 12%, for a total of €121 million," says Remy JEANNIN. The President of the Savoye Division explained that this 2-digit growth was due to two factors. In the first place, the broadening and modernisation of the Division's range of solutions, to better address the needs of the market: modular and intelligent eco-designed conveyors, launched in 2012, and continually being improved, which enabled the Division to win a number of calls for tender, including the new logistics platform of the Vente-privee.com site at Beaune in the Côte d'Or département; a major new version of its warehouse management system, Lmxt; the launch of its WMS offer in Software as a Service (SaaS) mode, a-SIS On Demand; and the new version of its order management system, LM Order Manager, which meets the requirements of today's retailers for omni-channel logistics. The second factor was the signing of important contracts in the textile, office automation, industrial supply and e-commerce sectors. All this suggests that the Savoye Division can look forward to a promising future. "We are confident. Even if there are slowdowns in some countries, such as Russia, we have many projects in our home market, Europe. These are related either to the obsolescence of existing equipment, which will therefore need to be renewed, or to an upturn in the economy," continues Remy JEANNIN. The Division already operates in Western Europe, Russia and the United States, and is currently exploring new markets such as the Middle East or the Maghreb, where it in fact opened a Moroccan subsidiary just 2 years ago.

    A new mode of operation
    This was followed by a presentation of the new mode of operation introduced by the Division in early 2015. The objective is clear: to move from the status of oem-manufacturer-publisher of solutions in the areas of software and equipment, to that of multi-specialist engineering-integrator, as architect and provider of a comprehensive and integrated offer for the whole of the supply chain, based on a complementary range of brands and its wide expertise.

    To this end, the Savoye Division has undertaken a major reorganisation of its brand structure
    A-SIS is the brand name of the software publisher for the Supply Chain; Prodex is the brand name of the manufacturer of equipment for dynamic storage; Retrotech is the U.S. engineering specialist acquired at the beginning of 2011, and Savoye's new brand, INTELIS, covers the design and production of equipment. The overall offer, which can address the needs of any supply chain process, from the simplest to the most complex, is sold under the SAVOYE brand.
    The brand name for conveyors, previously Intelis, has now been changed to Intelis Convey. "Until now, the name 'Savoye' was known as a Division of the Legris Industries Group but also historically as an equipment manufacturer, which some of our customers found repetitious and confusing," explains Rémy JEANNIN. The INTELIS  brand will henceforth cover the design and production of equipment and systems with built-in "intelligence" regarding their guidance and operation: packaging machines, Goods-to-Person systems, conveyors, automated storage systems, etc. A name change which is also intended to be strategic for the Division because it will enable it to penetrate other, more distant, marketing networks such as Australia, where it has recently delivered machines.
    Alongside this new operating mode is a new, more cross-cutting distribution of responsibilities, which since January have been divided into four major units common to all brands: a Strategic Development Directorate, headed by Jean-Michel STRAUSS , an Innovation Directorate, covering both products and manufacturing processes , headed by Dominique TESTA, a Management Services and Customer Loyalty Directorate, headed by Joël FOULON, and an Engineering-projects Contracting Directorate, headed by Hervé AUBERT. Finally, to make the new brand identities clearer for its customers, the Savoye Division and its four brands – a-SIS, Intelis, Prodex and Retrotech – have each been given a new look, plus a new logo.

    Three innovations
    Lastly, Savoye presented its three most recent innovations, while emphasising the importance the Division attaches to innovation. "Every year we spend 7% of our turnover on innovation research for our customers, which is considerable in our sector," points out Jean-Michel STRAUSS, Head of the Division's Strategic Development Directorate. "That means twenty full time staff." Innovations may be developed internally or with support from innovative companies, with which the Division forms partnerships. "These partnerships are fundamental because they enable us to stay tuned to what is happening in the outside world and thus to offer cutting-edge logistics solutions based on the latest technologies, as illustrated by our partnership with the company StereoGraph, which specialises in 3D tools for the display of architectural layouts and infrastructure management." A fruitful partnership which enabled Savoye to bring its innovative a-SIS VIEW application to market in March: a unique all-inclusive 3D display solution enabling users to supervise and control any logistics environment, by aggregating all types of data item, while geolocating and retrieving them in real time. The system has already been adopted by ID Logistics. Another major innovative offer is its new-generation Picking Tray System (PTS), now named "Intelis PTS": an automated system launched in 2008, consisting of autonomous shuttles, which can be used in the warehouse both for preparing individual order items and for complete packages. The Savoye Division has totally redesigned its software around four major features: a new system to locate/geotag the shuttles, more powerful engines offering faster performance and higher throughput as necessary, new algorithms, and a new, more flexible method for piloting the system, enabling operators to adjust missions only a few minutes before they need to start. Finally, the last innovation presented consists of strips of LEDS and intangible barriers. "This is a scalable, flexible and modular order-preparation tool which can be used to determine picking areas dynamically and to optimise the working surface. It is a new generation of in-warehouse order-preparation systems, which also offers significant cost savings for display systems," claims Evelyne RAYNAUD, Product Director for the a-SIS brand.

    "With its four brands, each one a specialist in its field, the Savoye Division forms an integrated whole, a multi-specialist, multi-activities business, capable of meeting all the needs of Supply Chain managers, from the simplest to the most complex," concludes Remy JEANNIN. Prospects for development, a new organisation and a set of innovations that should mean Savoye can look forward to another year of growth in 2015.
     

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    ID Logistics rolls out a-SIS VIEW for Nespresso, the new 3D hypervision solution developed by a-SIS

    Publié le : 31/03/2015

    ID Logistics rolls out a-SIS VIEW for Nespresso

    ID Logistics has implemented a-SIS VIEW at the very first warehouse to be equipped with this 3D hypervision solution. a-SIS VIEW is developed by a-SIS, a provider of software solutions and the IT subsidiary of the Legris Industries group’s Savoye division. Nespresso is the first to benefit from this solution rolled out by ID Logistics.


    Innovation–a constant point of emphasis for ID Logistics achieved through collaboration
    Long-time partners ID Logistics and a-SIS decided to deploy this breakthrough solution that ushers in a new generation of connected logistics sites, delivering a major step forward in the supervision of supply chain activities. This project fits perfectly with Nespresso’s strategy to harness logistics services in pursuit of operational excellence.
    Commenting on this groundbreaking solution, Ludovic Lamaud, Executive Vice President, Development and Innovation, said: “At ID Logistics, innovation has been an integral part of what we do ever since the business was founded. As part of the quest to find innovative solutions for our customers, every year we develop more than 15 projects out of around 50 in our portfolio, while continuing to foster a collaborative approach with partners in our innovation ecosystem. Forging link-ups and partnerships helps us to combine our respective expertise to develop pertinent and pioneering solutions for the benefit of our customers.”


    a-SIS VIEW, a unique hypervision solution designed for the logistics arena
    The innovative a-SIS VIEW tool displays every item in the connected warehouse. It holds all the data centrally and can display all activities in 3D, allowing it to supervise the entire logistics environment. It is also able to interact with systems and can launch automated devices or assign tasks to operators. It is equipped with several features that transform and facilitate site management to achieve optimum responsiveness:

    • 3D and real-time display of logistics operations performed at the warehouse;
    • Identification and immediate correction of any issues encountered;
    • Detailed analysis of the service with the option of replaying sequences of activities from the most useful angle;
    • 3D modelling to introduce the best improvements.

    Geofencing is already included in the solution: operators, carts or any mobile item are geotagged for 3D display. New features are also being tested, such as shock prediction, geo-guiding and alert management.
    Commenting on this disruptive tool, Dominique Testa, Chief Executive Officer of a-SIS, said: “This project carried out jointly with ID Logistics represents a genuine breakthroughin logistics management at automated warehouses.This helps to take logistics operations up to an industrial level, while maintaining the requisite flexibility. It is also a project geared towards protecting the safety of our people and materials.”


    Nespresso, first to benefit from this differentiating and groundbreaking logistics system
    The ID Logistics-operated warehouse, which is fully dedicated to Nespresso’s logistics, is piloting this new solution. The initial findings show that a-SIS VIEW facilitates site management and delivers significant improvements in both the responsiveness and agility of logistics operations. By helping to model all the site’s elements, this innovative solution will also help to plan ahead for future changes so that the logistics environment can be optimised for the benefit of B2C customers and Nespresso stores. Martine Varieras, Director of Operations at Nespresso France, added: “We have always been firm believers that the quality of our service should match that of our products. To guarantee a unique experience for our Club members and continually adapt to the changes in our multi-channel environment, we need to be more
    flexible, more agile and more effective. And so we are delighted to be taking part in a project as innovative as this one, with our partner ID Logistics. It is part of our continuous improvement programme encompassing the entire scope of our activities, including the supply chain.

     

    ABOUT ID LOGISTICS
    ID Logistics is an international contract logistics group, with revenue of €874.5 million in 2014. ID Logistics operates close to 200 sites across 14 countries, representing 3.6 million m² of warehousing facilities in Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa, and has 13,000 employees. With a client portfolio balanced between the distribution, industry, retail order fulfilment and e-commerce sectors, ID Logistics delivers high-tech solutions and is firmly committed to sustainable development. ID Logistics is listed in Compartment B of Euronext’s regulated market in Paris (ISIN Code: FR0010929125). The Group is managed by Eric Hémar.

    ABOUT NESTLE NESPRESSO SA
    Nestlé Nespresso SA is the pioneer and reference for highest-quality portioned premium coffee. Headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, Nespresso operates in 62 countries and has more than 10,500 employees. In 2014, it operated a global retail network of over 400 exclusive boutiques.

    For more information, visit the Nestlé Nespresso corporate website: www.nestle-nespresso.com

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    Prodex extends its range of conveyors

    Publié le : 19/03/2015

    Prodex extends its range of conveyors

    Prodex (a brand of Savoye Division, which designs integrated comprehensive solutions for the supply chain) specialises in the manufacture of equipment for dynamic storage, and now offers a range of extendible motorised conveyors. This complements the non-motorised range offered in the Prodex catalogue since last year.

    With a website for on-line sales, new free-rolling conveyors, a 24h delivery service from the factory, etc., the Prodex brand, of the Savoye Division (Legris Industries Group), is broadening its offer of handling solutions and services. It has now added extendible motorised conveyors to its catalogue. "Over the past few months, we have been implementing a strategy to diversify our offer and enable us to respond to all logistical requirements in the warehouse," explains Cyril LEON, Commercial Director of the Prodex brand. "To do this, we obviously needed a reliable partner". And the Italian company OCM (based in Parma) turned out to be the ideal partner. The two specialists in handling solutions therefore signed an agreement at the end of 2014 granting Prodex exclusive marketing rights for OCM’s extendible motorised conveyors in France. "These extendible motorised conveyors are simple, mobile, ergonomically designed and practical to use, and they increase productivity during the loading and unloading of trucks," emphasises Cyril LEON. The Prodex range is available in several sizes, adapted to the needs of users: from 500 mm to 900 mm wide, for lengths up to 20 metres. Once folded away, the conveyor only takes up 6 metres, a real gain in space for the warehouse. For the last year, Prodex has also been marketing non-motorised extendible conveyors, thus offering an alternative to companies who do not wish to invest in motorised equipment.

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    a-SIS VIEW, an all-inclusive 3D display solution for the connected warehouse

    Publié le : 13/03/2015

    a-SIS VIEW, an all-inclusive 3D display solution for the connected warehouse

    a-SIS, provider of software solutions for supply chain management and a subsidiary of the Savoye Division, is launching a-SIS VIEW, which provides an innovative way of supervising supply chain activities.

    a-SIS VIEW is a unique, all-inclusive, 3D display solution enabling you to supervise and control any logistics environment. Designed by a-SIS, the software branch of the Savoye Division, it aggregates any type of geotagged information and displays it in real time.
    With their constantly increasing range of new tools, both software and hardware, logistics platforms are become more complex to manage with each passing day. WMS, WCS, MES, printers, mechanised equipment, fire detection systems – all these systems can interact with one another but operators have to consult them individually to acquire an overview. The operations manager then has to aggregate all the information mentally to make the right decision. Even then, this decision often only solves part of the problem, which is shifted elsewhere because of a lack of centralised management. This becomes all the more inconvenient in a context where supervision is performed remotely. This might include cases of multiple sites or operations performed under extreme conditions such as cold storage or, inversely, outdoor activities in intense heat.

    a-SIS VIEW offers a web-type interface for a virtual 3D tour of a connected warehouse. It can be accessed from workstations, terminals, smartphones and tablets. a-SIS VIEW can perform all the functions of a logistics platform, whether by logistics managers, technicians, or even the head of IT. This innovative system enables human resources to be pooled for maintenance and supervision tasks. For example, a-SIS VIEW geotags a printer failure or indicates a network problem linked to an access point. It is also capable of replaying a sequence of activities, displaying them like a film and allowing the user to view the events from any position. Using the data from the WMS or slotting software, the manager can identify and geotag the areas where the dimensions of the slots are unsuitable for the flow, or detect bottlenecks. The system can then be switched to simulation mode, from which to map out a new virtual flowpath. a-SIS VIEW replays the sequence and shows when a better result is possible. If this is the case, the new flow map can then be applied "in real life". Lastly, for support technicians, a-SIS VIEW sends geotagged alerts for all equipment breakdowns and faults. The technician can access the display with a simple mobile device (tablet or smartphone) and is guided to the place where the repair is required (mechanical fault on a mechanised system, fire detection systems, intrusion in secure premises).
     

    As an exhibitor at SITL 2015 in Paris,
    a-SIS will be presenting its innovative a-SIS VIEW application
    on Tuesday, March 31, 2015,
    at 11am, at the a-SIS Stand, N99



    About StereoGraph
    Stereograph was created in 2007 and proposes a series of innovative 3D tools for architectural visualisation and infrastructure management. Based in Lille and in San Francisco, the company combines innovation and expertise to provide new ways of imagining smart buildings. Its leadership in this type of expertise made the company a natural technical partner for a-SIS.

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    The Savoye Division reinforces the synergies between its brands and areas of expertise

    Publié le : 19/02/2015

    The Savoye Division reinforces the synergies between its brands and areas of expertise.

    The Savoye Division—the global logistics solutions division of the Legris Industries Group—has launched a new web portal grouping together all of its brands: Savoye, specialised in the design of automated and mechanised systems, a-SIS, the developer of a comprehensive software suite for the supply chain (Logistics Manager Suite), Prodex, specialised in manufacturing live storage equipment and Retrotech, specialised in logistics engineering and the modernisation of automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS). Through its new portal, the Savoye Division aims to highlight its perfect unity. "The new portal reflects what we are, namely a group of strong, acknowledged brands with complementary areas of expertise. All the Division's different entities work towards a common objective: providing a broad range of management services and systems which fulfil the needs of all logistics processes, from the simplest to the most complex, and meet the challenges and requirements of the supply chain," says Rémy JEANNIN, CEO of the Savoye Division. "This highlights our desire to reinforce the synergies between our different entities, while promoting the specific characteristics and expertise of each company. Ultimately, this portal will be the sole web platform for all our customers and prospects, a genuine showroom for our different areas of expertise."
    The site includes the latest web technologies and trends, with a modern graphic design, content adaptation for browsing on mobile devices (smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc.) and access to social networks such as LinkedIn, Youtube and Google+, to make contacting the Division's teams even easier. During the course of the year, new sections and forums  for the Division's customers and prospects will be added to the portal. Discover the Savoye Division's expertise, brands and latest news at: www.savoye.com.

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    SAVOYE SPAREPART - AN ONLY FOR YOUR SERVICE

    Publié le : 17/02/2015

    SAVOYE SPAREPART - An Only For You Service

    The Sparepart service from Savoye Line just took a giant step. Our customers now have access to their own personalized spare parts catalogue. These catalogues are also a reference tool for the Savoye teams.

    Using the catalogue, a search is possible either from the reference code or from the description of the part. Often, an associated picture of the spare part allows our customers to identify and confirm the reference number of the item.

    Pictures of 2800 spare parts are now available and this number is constantly increasing.

    The main process is entirely automated, in link with our GPAO (ERP system), including the new and modified parts list.

    Our customers are able to select their spare parts from drop-down lists and transmit their orders on-line, directly to the Spare Parts department.

    This web application is now available in Spanish, English and French.

    These improvements form part of Savoye’s commitment to continually improve our Customer Care Department.

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    Webwinkel Vakdagen

    Publié le : 19/01/2015

    Webwinkel Vakdagen Jaarbeurs Utrechts, Netherland

    Come and see a-SIS and Savoye teams on stand L10 of Webwinkel Vakdagen in Jaarbeurs Utrecht, Netherland on 21 an 22 January 2015.

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    Prodex equips Sealynx International

    Publié le : 15/01/2015

    Prodex equips Sealynx International

    The solution provided by Prodex - a subsidiary of Savoye - improves product traceability and working conditions. The equipment was installed in just a few weeks in the new warehouse of Sealynx International, the specialist in sealing systems for the automotive industry.

    2,600 metres of tracks... Sealynx International, a specialist in sealing systems for the automotive industry, commissioned Prodex to equip its new warehouse with 2,600 metres of pallet tracks. The solution improves product traceability and working conditions for logistics operators, while also reducing cart traffic. Prodex, a subsidiary of the Savoye Division, took less than three weeks to install the system in the 138,000m2 warehouse, located in Transières in the Eure département (France). Since labelling now takes place at the start of the order-picking process, the packages are assigned to a conveyor line, enabling operators to know exactly where they are until shipping. In addition, the sloping tracks transfer the packages from the storage area to the two loading platforms, without the need to use carts or to push the products, since they slide down the tracks across the warehouse on their own. The new organisation has reduced musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), since operators are involved in fewer handling operations and move around the warehouse less. It has also reduced the number of carts circulating around the warehouse.
    This is the first time Sealynx has worked with Prodex. The management at Sealynx discovered Prodex through the www.prodex-online.com website on the internet. Thanks to organisational improvements and the creation of a component stock, the site now proposes our gravity-roller conveyors with shipment from the factory in 24 hours, compared with one week previously.
    The responsiveness, technical expertise and relevance of the solution proposed by the teams at Prodex were deciding factors in winning the contract. The facility chosen by the Logistics Department at Sealynx has been operational since August. Since then, the Production Department decided to install the same type of solution for the reception of raw materials in the factory, located next to the warehouse.
     

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    Management Changes in Human Resources

    Publié le : 12/01/2015

    Sandra Cavalli appointed head of HR for Savoye Division.

    Sandra Cavalli has been appointed as head of human resources at the Savoye Division on January 1 2015. She succeeds Erwan Guillon who has been appointed deputy head of human resources at Legris Industries Group.

    Sandra joined Savoye in May 2008 as head of HR development, and served most recently as deputy head of human resources for professional development, reporting to Erwan Guillon. In her new  position, she will be responsible for meeting the short and medium-term HR challenges facing the Savoye Division both in France and internationally.

    As head of HR for Savoye, Sandra will join its Executive Board.

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    SITL 2015

    Publié le : 06/01/2015

    SITL 2015

    31 March - 2 April 2015
    Paris Porte de Versailles  Pavillon 7.2
    booth a-SIS N99

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    Logistics consulting

    Publié le : 06/01/2015

    Logistics consulting

    Optimisation and continuous improvement of warehouse, performance, resource optimisation, greater operational availability of systems, faster take-up of technologies and minimisation of change-related risks, here are the lines that we propose to improve by involving one of our logistics expert on your site.

    Our experts work on three aspects :

    • OPERATIONAL LOGISTICS CONSULTING

    Functional and operational audit aimed at identifying areas for improvement

    • Studies, proposals and implementation of actions and methods for continuously improving the logistics solution
    • Functional and operational audit
    • Analysis of organisations and processes (Value Stream Mapping, etc.)
    • Implementation of resource, team and organisational optimisation projects
    • Analysis of flows, planning, scheduling (Slotting, Mapping, ABC analysis, etc.)
    • Expertise Lean Manufacturing: raising employees'
    • awareness of the company and training

     

    • SUPPORT FOR WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT
      • Supports during the project phases, start-up, ramp-up and exploitation of mechanised, automated and/or IT solutions:
      • Support and/or replacement of your team during the configuration phases and the preparation of test scenarios
      • Assistance with managing and starting up a mechanised or automated installation
      • Help with managing production operations, defining procedures and monitoring the implementation of procedures
      • Overseeing the ramp-up phase until contractually agreed flow levels have been reached
      • Configuration and operation of the WMS/WCS

     

    • CHANGE MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF A NEW DEVELOPMENT IN WAREHOUSE ORGANISATION
      • Preparation, foresight and support for transforming warehouse operations:
      • Support and/or management of preparations for the change in the warehouse and among teams
      • Impact analysis: players, population and business line mapping, importance of the changes and resistance from players
      • Definition of the change plan: training, communications plan, identification of new issues
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    a-SIS reinforces its LM Order Manager offer

    Publié le : 06/01/2015

    a-SIS reinforces its LM Order Manager offer

    Its key themes are a complete re-writing of LM Order Manager, the integration of a powerful rules manager and making the application available in a Framework approach. a-SIS here offers logistic decision-makers a genuine strategic tool which is central to optimising a multi-site, multi-channel network.

    What better than a bird’s-eye view to take stock of all of a network’s connections, nodes and fluidity? a-SIS offers this ability to the logistics world. Indeed, the new version of LM Order Manager offers a complete modelling of the most complex logistic networks, taking the different distribution channels and logistic platforms into account, both in France and internationally. a-SIS’ software package is able to make autonomous decisions thanks to a powerful rule manager, which is simple and configurable. « LM Order Manager’s flexibility even allows it to create its own management rules », points out Ezio UJETTO, Product Marketing Manager at a-SIS. Using information sent by the ERP, LM Order Manager draws up order preparation orders to be carried out per site itself, using its automated allocation engine which takes numerous parameters into account: the availability of goods in stock, geographical proximity to the customer, available internal resources, the distribution channel, or transport deadlines.

    Operational functionalities
    From an operational point of view, LM Order Manager deals with an order’s entire life cycle, from the order being made right up to delivery, it allows customer service departments to answer consumers’ questions about the progress of their order precisely. a-SIS’ software package has real time stock visibility, whatever the platform: central, regional, in a consolidated fashion or by site, and allows different scenarios (order re-grouping, inter-site transfers etc.). Finally, LM Order Manager has a stock-out manager which is able to offer substitution products, to guarantee as far as possible the delivery promise made to the customer. « LM Order Manager can be easily interfaced with market WMS and ERPs. It can be perfectly integrated into all types of multi-site and multi-channel organisation, and doesn’t necessitate any changes to the existing information systems », rounds off Ezio UJETTO.


    A market with a bright future
    Following the supremacy of the ERPs in the 1990s, then that of the TMS and WMS, the Order Management System (OMS) is henceforth imposing itself as the tool which is best adapted to suit the needs of logistic directors, customer service and replenishment departments, who have to manage several logistic platforms and distribution channels (sales outlets, home delivery, click & collect etc.).
    And the stakes are considerable: being able to inform the customer in real time at each stage of his order and making arbitration decisions when faced with hazards. Because customer loyalty henceforth depends on impeccable information and service quality. As a renowned expert in split case logistics, a-SIS has sponsored, as such, the first White Paper published in France whose author is Michel JARDAT, Development Director at EVOLENA and an expert consultant in the supply chain sector and software publishing.

    The OMS White Paper

    What is the Order Management System? Who is it for? Why? What are the stakes? What are the benefits? These are the questions which a-SIS wanted to address through the sponsorship of « The OMS White Paper » by Michel JARDAT, Development Director at EVOLENA. A real downstream distribution « control and decision tower », this tool is indeed still little known in France, despite its numerous advantages. In a context of globalisation and increasing customer demands, conquests for new markets and especially in a world where the omni-channel has become a compulsory exercise, opportunities for growth are more frequent but the risks involved are also more significant. To face up to these new challenges, you therefore need to have a high-performance orchestration system, avoiding, for example, « inflating » safety stocks to pre-empt unforeseen problems. Moreover, the implementation of an OMS, which is specially adapted to suit « multi-site » companies, allows you to re-think the organisation easily as the information system could orchestrate and drive flows according to complex rules and will give you the wherewithal to react efficiently to hazards and therefore improve customer relations.

    Consult the white Paper


     

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    Malongo enlists Savoye to help develop its e-commerce business

    Publié le : 27/11/2014

    Malongo enlists Savoye to help develop its e-commerce business

    With its BtoC e-business activity expanding rapidly and plans for a website for professionals, the family-run SME Malongo called on Savoye (the logistics solutions division of Legris Industries Group) to improve its order-preparation system, by installing Intelis conveyors.

    In September, Malongo, the family-run SME specialising in coffee-roasting (7,000 tonnes per year) and the distribution of fair-trade and organically grown coffee, inaugurated a new 285 m2 warehouse dedicated to distance selling, based at La Gaude, a few kilometres from Nice. The company was founded in 1934 and has now achieved a turnover of €96.1 million. It has taken advantage of this move to improve its order-preparation process by automating part of its activity. "We chose Savoye because it met our requirement for a very short delivery time and our preference to have only a single supplier for the whole project. Savoye offered us a comprehensive solution perfectly suited to our activity," states Noémie Robin, Distance Sales Manager at Malongo. Distance selling contributes 2.7% of the company's turnover, most of which is through e-business and accounts for 75% of all shipments.

    To manage Malongo's daily shipments to consumers all over France, from a catalogue of 450 references (coffee in capsules, beans or ground), Savoye has installed an Intelisâ conveyor system, two automated picking stations, two packaging and wrapping stations and one for dispatch sorting. The Intelis â system generates labels for orders placed the previous day, which can be stuck on boxes, so that pickers can scan them and thus prepare the packages efficiently and without error. "Previously, our pickers dealt with orders manually," explains Noémie Robin. "We wanted to increase the efficiency of our existing business, but also to prepare for future growth in our e-business section." It had become necessary to improve their order-preparation activities, especially as the SME is about to launch a new service exclusively for professionals in the HORECA sector who, via a dedicated website, will be able to place restocking orders, for shipping directly from the warehouse in La Gaude.

    About Intelis®

    The Intelis® range was born as the result of an eco-design initiative by Savoye, with input from CETIM and ADEME, and was first marketed in October 2012 as a completely new concept, both scalable and economical.

     

    A fully modular Plug-&-Play architecture

    Intelis® is especially innovative due to its fully modular architecture. The system is made up entirely of standard components, each 100% independent, which can be connected up directly on site in Plug-&-Play fashion.

    Installation, reconfiguration, reuse: simplicity at every stage of its life cycle 

    Intelis® is the answer to a fundamental imperative for any operator: getting a system up and running as quickly as possible! Installation times are reduced by 40% compared to traditional solutions. This time-saving is due in part to its innovative mechanical design. Intelis® is manufactured with fewer components (less parts used and fewer references). All the connections, cables etc. are integrated in the multi-function side-rail which both guides the goods on the conveyor and facilitates connections. Each element (which has its own ready-programmed printed-circuit board) can thus be tested as soon as it has been installed.

     

    Easily reconfigured installation

    The board's settings can be changed at any time, either on the spot or remotely. Finally, in the case of a site extension, all components can be incorporated anew, whatever the new configuration. Layout can be modified quickly and simply to meet changing needs, peaks in activity or a reorganised warehouse. Intelis® can also be connected up with previous generation conveyor systems.

     

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    Savoye’s Intelis conveyor wins the Eco-innovez Bourgogne 2014 trophy

    Publié le : 23/09/2014

    Savoye’s Intelis conveyor wins the Eco-innovez Bourgogne 2014 trophy

    On Monday 22 September 2014, Savoye, a Division of Legris Industries Group, was unanimously awarded the 2014 "Eco-innovez en Bourgogne" trophy in the "Produit/service éco-innovant" category for its Intelis range of conveyors.

    What is the Eco-innovez en Bourgogne trophy?
    Eco-innovation is a strategy for combining economic growth, employment and sustainable development. This is a regional award for projects by companies and research laboratories that have developed an innovative and more environmentally-friendly product, service or process. The "eco-innovative product or service" category rewards a company from the region that has brought an innovative product or service to market for which environmental criteria have been included during the design phase.

    What is Intelis?
    This innovative conveyor system is 100% electric and fully scalable and is intended for all logistics operators dealing with light loads (up to 32 kg). It is just as suitable for very small facilities (a few tens of metres in length) as for extremely large ones (of several kilometres in length, involving many pieces of equipment). Intelis can also be useful for customers who already use the previous range of conveyor and wish to add new modules. Intelis can therefore be a way of modernising an existing facility. Its plug-and-play adaptability and the way the printed-circuit boards can be connected together instantly to form an information "bus", obviously make it very easy to assemble and disassemble the different modules.

    What’s next?
    As winner of the “Eco-Innovative Product or Service”, Savoye will represent the Bourgogne Region in the interregional Réseau Eco-conception Nord Est competition, for which the awards will be announced in November.

     

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    Bruno LACOSTE joins a-SIS as Sales Manager France

    Publié le : 02/06/2014

    a-SIS today announced that it was strengthening its French sales force with the arrival of Bruno LACOSTE, age 47, to the position of Sales Manager. This role has been created with the aim of developing the domestic market of the French leader in Supply Chain Execution software, a subsidiary of Savoye (the logistics solutions division of the Legris Industries Group).

    At the age of 47, Bruno LACOSTE now becomes Sales Manager France for a-SIS, the developer and integrator of Supply Chain Execution software solutions. Reporting to Evelyne RAYNAUD, Director of Development and Strategy at a-SIS, Bruno LACOSTE’s task will be to lead the established sales team and develop their business (WMS, OMS, TMS). A graduate of the ESICI French School of IT Sales Engineers, Bruno LACOSTE began his career in 1996 at VIF, where he held project, sales and marketing management positions, before joining RedPrairie in 2009 (which merged with JDA Software in late 2012), as Sales Manager France of the Supply Chain Execution business.

    Bruno LACOSTE is keen to defend the know-how and values of a French company like a-SIS, and says of his appointment: "I am very proud to be joining a-SIS, a strong and innovative company whose product offer has no equivalent on the market. Its international development, specialisation in retail logistics and assets such as its OMS products mean that it is ideally positioned to meet the needs of industry, retailers and 3PLs." Meanwhile, Evelyne RAYNAUD explains that "with his experience in international software companies and his presence in the Paris region, Bruno has the capacity we were seeking to support us in our strategy to win major new international accounts. We are also counting on his extensive knowledge of TMS solutions to showcase the extent of our range and develop our profile in the field." This expert in software solutions and supply chain is looking forward to meeting these great challenges!

     

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    Savoye appoints Matthieu HALLOUIN as Development Manager in Russia

    Publié le : 07/05/2014

    The logistics solutions division of the Legris Industries Group is reinforcing the team of its Russian subsidiary, OOO Savoye, created in the spring of 2013 and located in Moscow. Matthieu HALLOUIN, 37, has been appointed Russia / CIS and Eastern Europe Development Manager at Savoye. This agronomist engineer by training will thus be responsible for marketing mechanised and automated designer-integrator solutions in these countries where logistics is crucial. Matthieu HALLOUIN will move to Moscow at the end of May and will be based in OOO Savoye’s offices, which opened last January and are shared with a-SIS’s teams, the supply chain software editor which is also a subsidiary of the Savoye Division.

    Matthieu HALLOUIN began his career in 2006 working for the CEA  in Russia on a disarmament and non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction programme. Next, he joined the international environmental engineering and consultancy group, Antea, where he led an environmental monitoring system installation project for a chemical weapons destruction factory. For the same company, he returned to France for four years to work on nuclear activity development customers such as Areva, EDF, the CEA, the Andra . During this period, Matthieu HALLOUIN was responsible for innovative projects in the field of environmental investigation and implemented numerous patents. Because of his love of Russian culture, in 2012 he decided to return to Russia to lead a six-month mission for Renault-Nissan, as Project Leader of the full audit of the « Avtovaz (Lada) » site, before joining Savoye.


    Savoye has chosen Matthieu HALLOUIN who, over the years he has spent in Russia has built himself a professional network over there. Guided by a solid team spirit, he attaches a great deal of importance to the communication, sharing and broadcasting information. He is very determined and has a strong will to strengthen links with French companies who are already present in Russia and to accompany them, via Savoye, in their logistic development projects. His force: « I’m an engineer with a French spirit and I am passionate about Russian culture. I want to sell France in Russia », he declares.

     

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    Gémo automates its logistics with Savoye

    Publié le : 29/04/2014

    The ready-to-wear brand, Gémo, has equipped itself with a complete solution designed by Savoye to double the number of deliveries to its 500 sales outlets. In the end, a network of INTELIS conveyors on two levels, a Bombay sorting system with 470 exits, and
    8 feeding stations, were implemented in just a few months.

    Gémo was one of the first brands to offer in its shops both shoes and clothes for the entire family. With 500 sales outlets to be delivered all over France and over 50 000 RCT (references-colours-sizes), the logistics of this ready-to-wear brand demands a particularly efficient order preparation. The constraint increased in 2013 with the brand’s desire to double the frequency of its deliveries to its shops, which until then had been essentially weekly. Gémo therefore called on the company Savoye, the logistic solutions division of the Legris Industries group, to automate its processes in its warehouse of 15 000 m2 dedicated to clothing, in Chemillé-Melay (49). Indeed it became essential to increase logistic responsiveness, which is undergoing reorganisation in particular with the implementation of a future « click and collect » service on its website, which demands deliveries to sales outlets more frequently than once a week.

    The global solution integrated by SAVOYE is made up of a network of smart INTELIS conveyors on two levels to optimise the picking phase, with an ascensional system which allows the preparation stations to be fed in shuttles, and a Bombay sorting system by the manufacturer SDI integrated and controlled by Savoye’s WCS, made up of 8 feeding stations and 470 exits. « In competition with other integrators, Savoye stood out not only thanks to its experience in the textiles field, but also with its ability to offer systems which improve work station user-friendliness for our 140 employees, based on silent solutions and generally ensuring safety around these stations », commends Jean-Luc BOIVIN, Gémo’s logistics Director. « We also appreciated the speed of the implementation of the entire installation, which only lasted a few months ». One of the feeding stations on the sorter was even designed in wood, for an improved appearance and feel. « We also worked on the colours of the machines and trays, to achieve an overall visual harmony, because this is part of improving working conditions in the warehouse », adds Jean-Luc BOIVIN. All of the installations implemented by Savoye’s teams Savoye thus allow 14 000 items to be sorted every hour. For Gémo, it is the first stage in a vast reorganisation of its logistics with amongst other things the implementation of a new WMS.

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    ABC Distribution chooses INTELIS conveyors for its new warehouse

    Publié le : 29/04/2014

    As a growing company, ABC Distribution made the most of moving to larger premises to equip its logistics with the right tools, to improve its service quality, its responsiveness but also its operators’ working conditions. It chose INTELIS conveyors by Savoye, for their scalability.

    It is a big step for ABC Distribution’s logistics... The implementation of Savoye’s INTELIS conveyors at its new warehouse in Bonneuil-sur-Marne (94), which will be operational by the end of the year, should help its logistics to take off. The project’s aims: to absorb the company’s strong growth, to improve service quality, to improve responsiveness and its order pickers working conditions. Created in 2001, this company which is specialised in distribution, for mass distribution brands, beauty and hair care products and accessories, for the brands Franck Provost, Elite or Bérangé Paris, was quickly a success. In 2002, ABC Distribution had a turnover of 3 million Euros; it is currently 60 million Euros with, on average, 250 orders processed daily, by about twenty operators, amongst approximately 3000 references. Faced with this growth and future growth, ABC Distribution decided to move in 2013, whilst remaining in the same industrial park, from premises measuring 3 800 m2 to another building measuring 4 500 m², which is higher, and will be delivered by September 2014. « This move was also the opportunity for us to think about the best equipment for order preparation », explains Rabah CHABANE, Operations Director at ABC Distribution. « We therefore asked our suppliers and our customers, and Savoye’s name was the one which came up the most often, for its expertise and know-how. ».
    Savoye’s INTELIS conveyors were chosen, for their scalability, which enables the company to envisage the future and its growth with peace of mind. After an analysis of the activity over a year, two order preparation lines should be implemented with 16 picking stations, with the possibility of implementing a third one if future activity so requires. Before preparation begins, the boxes are erected by a machine, which is also provided by Savoye and the launch is carried out automatically. At the end of each of the two preparation lines, a weight check is carried out automatically or manually when the box is too light for the scales. Then, the box goes through a detector, the delivery note is printed and automatically deposited in the box, which continues its journey until automatic lidding, using equipment implemented by Savoye. The conveyor then sorts the boxes according to the designated carrier, bearing in mind that 70% of the dispatches go to mass distribution shops; the rest go to other warehouses. The system is controlled by the WMS Logys by a-SIS, Savoye’s computing subsidiary.
    Improved working conditions
    Absorbing current growth and taking future development into account weren’t the only criteria in choosing Savoye’s equipment, which will be operational when the building is delivered, in autumn 2014. « Indeed, we also wanted a solution which would allow us to keep our workforce at the same level, whilst offering the very best working conditions », explains Rabah CHABANE. Until now, the pickers had to move around the warehouse to make up orders, the installation recommended by Savoye will take the boxes to them, saving them many kilometres and transporting numerous loads.
    « All of Savoye’s know-how and experience in our field was required so that in the end everything seemed easy for the user », concludes the Operations Director.

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    Producer and distributor of fresh frozen vegetables and fruit ARDO has assigned Savoye to deliver their automated solution for pallet storage, the Magmatic® system.

    Publié le : 14/04/2014

    Yet again another Magmatic pallet storage system from Savoye in new high bay warehouse of ARDO

    Producer and distributor of fresh frozen vegetables and fruit ARDO has assigned  Savoye in the first quarter of 2014 to deliver their automated solution for pallet storage, the Magmatic® system, for the new high bay warehouse in Zundert(NL). Savoye will also deliver the Warehouse Control System (WCS) that will control all the in- and outgoing flows.

    After similar warehouses in Ardooie (B) and Geer (B) there was again a clear choice for the Magmatic® solution of Savoye.  It is an automated storage and retrieval system, which deploys shuttles and elevators, and transports pallets completely automated throughout the high bay warehouse.

    The new warehouse  replaces the two older cold store warehouse, which were able  to stock around 9.000 pallets. Due to the strong growth of the ARDO, it had become necessary to hire external storage facilities and this added many additional traffic movements. The new warehouse will eliminate these adverse logistics situation; partly by offering now a total capacity of 28.694 pallets locations.

    Key figures of the new warehouse:
    Surface    6500m2
    Height     32 metres
    Temperature    -22C0
    Number of storage levels  12

    The oxygen percentage has been lowered to 16% in order to enhance fire safety. Around 20 people will be working in the warehouse, which is approximately 10% of the total employment rate of the Zundert production site. Contrary to the other warehouses, Zundert is more of a production warehouse, that stores both the site production (especially leafy greens) and purchased product and delivers to the other ARDO warehouses, which are in charge of the European distribution.  Zundert does however play a distribution role towards the Dutch customers.

    The site is able to issue 110 pallets per hour. In more practical terms: the site can load  three full trucks per hour at the loading zone. If desired, the capacity can be increased by adding additional shuttles and lifts in the future to 140 pallets per hour. This scalability and proven performance in the previous warehouses proved to be decisive in the selection of the Magmatic System.

    Paul Wortel, Manager Investments at ARDO and project leader explain: “We were happy we could start with the construction after years of preparation. “Thanks to the new cold store warehouse we will be able to increase our efficiency significantly, whilst becoming completely flexible due to the characteristics of the Magmatic system. All pallets can be reached individually and that is in a food company like ours very important. Our need for renting external storage space will dramatically be reduced, so we can eliminate these costs and reduce the transport with 3.000 truck movements. "

    The construction of the new warehouse started in February 2014. It should be operational in April 2015.

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    Publié le : 01/04/2014

    Savoye launches its « Services Only For You » label

    A new broadened, scalable and made-to-measure services and tools offer which fulfils logistic organisations’ requirements, from the simplest to the most complex. The aim: to improve equipment availability and performance in the warehouse, and reduce support costs.

    At the 2nd Intralogistics salon (April 1st – 4th, Paris Nord Villepinte), Savoye is unveiling its « Services Only For You » label: the new broadened, scalable and made-to-measure services and tools offer, to fulfil the requirements of logistic and support managers who have to manage organisations, from the simplest to the most complex, from those with very little mechanisation to those which are highly automated. « In terms of services, we have taken an important step », explains Joël FOULON, Director of Savoye’s Service Business Unit Service. « We have been working on this project for over a year to switch from a traditional service offer which offer a 24/7 hotline, on-site interventions, checking and a spare parts and consumables provision activity, to a complete offer. We are marketing it “à la carte”, in package or full service form, both in France and internationally». To do this, the Legris Industries Group’s Division hasn’t hesitated to invest. In 2012, it created a Business Unit specifically dedicated to services which currently bring together over 85 Savoye and a-SIS (editor of software dedicated to the supply chain) experts. The teams are present in France, the Benelux countries, Germany, Russia and the UK. Savoye also makes available to its customers a central platform of highly qualified members of their staff who speak up to four languages.

    Improving the availability and performance of equipment in the warehouse, and reducing support costs
    To fulfil the aims established by the « Services Only For You » offer, Savoye is from now on offering logistics and industrial organisation advice : operational advice, accompaniment in warehouse management, changeover conduct in the context of a re-organisation… integrating the notions of security and MSD (Musculoskeletal disorders) linked to operators’ work in warehouses. But Savoye prefers practical advice to « blah blah »! Working closely with its customers, the Savoye teams visit their customers to understand and analyse the problems which are peculiar to each organisation and then implement concrete solutions. In short, advice and above all accompaniment to improve equipment’s availability and performance, and reduce their support costs. To do this, Savoye integrates into its service offer a brand new tool named « Savoye Analysis ». This interface is able to calculate automatically and very precisely a piece of equipment’s availability rate, i.e. the ratio between its stoppage (because of breakdown) and operating times. The aim is to allow logistic and support managers to take all the preventive and corrective steps required for smooth running. To declare an incident or make a request for parts on line, Savoye also makes support assistance tools available. Amongst these, the « Savoye Line » Web portal, a workflow developed by its subsidiary, a-SIS, which was already operated but which has been considerably strengthened. The latter allows you to declare an incident on-site, to formulate quotation requests, to order spare parts, whilst offering interactive visibility of the progress of a repair or an order. For more complex organisations, Savoye even goes as far as to offer to deal with all support operations, using a contract which features resources and results commitments. Finally, Savoye is integrating into « Services Only For You » stock management with two possible options: the customized and complete management of spare parts stock on the customer’s site, or a subscription to a shared stock of parts intended to serve several customers. Services and tools which Savoye already intends to expand between now and 2015!

     

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    DistriCenter equips itself with Savoye’s INTELIS conveyors to accompany its strong growth

    Publié le : 26/03/2014

    Next October, the clothing and shoe brand DistriCenter’s central platform will benefit from INTELIS conveyors by Savoye (Legris Industries group’s logistic solutions division).  The key is the management of high peaks in activity for new collections, improved working conditions, responsiveness and shop delivery reliability.

    DistriCenter has given itself the resources to fulfil its ambitions by calling on Savoye. With a prediction of 10 new shops each year, the family equipment distribution brand needed to improve the responsiveness of its only logistic platform measuring 20 000m2, located in Saint-Aubin-du-Cormier (35), near Rennes, which currently supplies 151 shops, mainly located in Western France. Following an audit phase, during which Savoye stood out thanks to its suggestions and its experience in the textiles sector, DistriCenter decided to equip itself with new smart, scalable INTELIS systems, from goods-in to dispatch. During peaks in activity linked to the arrival of the new Spring-Summer and Autumn-Winter collections, DistriCenter can indeed be required to receive up to 5 000 boxes in one day. The suppliers transport these goods in containers; most of the products are loose when they arrive at the Saint-Aubin platform. Faced with the predicted increase in the brand’s incoming flows, the expertise of the Solution Engineering department teams led Savoye to suggest the implementation of a semi-automated system which provides help with unloading and sorting boxes received loose, goods sorting is carried out automatically by barcode identification. The results are: less effort, fewer kilometres covered, more reliable sorting, and all this in a minimum amount of time.

    Next, 80% of the boxes received in this way are immediately dispatched to the 151 DistriCenter shops. The remaining 20% go to the storage zone, to be used later for re-stocking.
    During re-stocking, boxes from two distinct order preparation zones, are sorted according to their destination on an INTELIS conveyor. These two zones, split over two cells, correspond to two of the activities managed on the site: either the box corresponds to an e-commerce order, a recent activity which DistriCenter started in August 2013; or it involves a split case re-stock for the brand’s sales outlets. The entire installation is driven by LM WCS. Every day, 6 000 boxes are thus dispatched from the Saint-Aubin-du-Cormier platform... And DistriCenter envisages doubling this figure over the coming years. « The solution implemented by Savoye is perfectly adapted to suit our current requirements », explains Stéphanie LUCAS, DistriCenter Logistics Manager. « But, we also needed a scalable solution which can be easily adapted to suit our future requirements. We have therefore found the right equipment with INTELIS ». The Logistics Manager also welcomes the trusting partnership implemented throughout the exchanges between the two companies, with teams who « are attentive to our requirements and informed advice from people with experience in the textiles sector».
     

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    a-SIS implements maGistor at Verotrade

    Publié le : 28/01/2014

    a-SIS implements maGistor at Verotrade

    a-SIS (the It subsidiary of Savoye, the logistic solutions division of the Legris Industries group) installed its WMS maGistor a few months ago at Verotrade, wholesaler and distributor for Amazon, vente-privée.com, showroomprive.com and Lamarthe. The editor has thus accompanied the group in rolling out an adapted IT tool, also facing up to the regrouping of its logistic platforms.

    The wholesaler and distributor, Verotrade, called upon a-SIS at the end of 2012.
    In full boom following the purchase of the leather goods company Lamarthe, the group wanted to modernise its IT tool to integrate its new entity in the best possible conditions. The aim: to improve quality and productivity, reduce error rates, improve stock management and ensure technical support in interfacing with the back office IT tool. In just over 2 months, a-SIS’ teams, working closely with Verotrade’s logistic management, rolled out maGistor so that it was operational from April 2013. 25.000 product references were processed for companies mainly on the Internet such as Amazon, vente-privée.com, showroomprive.com, Brandalley and Zalando, but also a network of shops via the leather goods company, Lamarthe. Verotrade manages leather goods, shoes, suitcases and also textiles on hangers, which impose special order preparation as these products are fragile and have volumes which are difficult to define. The wholesaler and distributor works for these brands all over Europe, as well as in the United States with delivery deadlines of between 2 and 5 days inclusive.
    Choosing a-SIS’ was not the result of a call for tender. « I knew a-SIS’ products from previous experience and I knew that the quality of their WMS corresponded to what I was looking for to modernise Verotrade’s logistics», explains Jean-Joseph DENTRAYGUES, Verotrade’s Logistic Director. « Once again, I was more than satisfied with the teams’ skills but also the quality of their attentiveness and their human relations». Working at the time from two platforms, one in Aulnay-sous-Bois (93) and the other in Gonesse (95), Verotrade had to face up to another challenge in July : the regrouping of its logistics into just one warehouse in (93). « Once again, a-SIS’ skills and experience were a bonus, with a site stock transfer system built into the WMS ». Aside from their initial contact,
    a-SIS’ teams knew how to manage the roll-out and transfer completely remotely. A few weeks after implementation, the logistic director noticed a significant drop in error rates which are now under 0.5%. As the results of the partnership with the editor which fulfilled all his expectations, Jean-Joseph DENTRAYGUES is starting a new project with a-SIS to implement full case preparation, particularly for orders for the same product but in several sizes, and in optimise picks in heterogeneous boxes.
     

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