In 2012, Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbH decided to relocate all its logistics operations from the inner zones to the peripheral areas of the plant as part of a cross-location master plan. The direct connection to the surrounding streets was intended to optimize logistical processes and simultaneously create a car and truck-free campus. In order to achieve this goal, an incoming and outgoing goods department had to be relocated to a new building in order to supply a production building.
Together with the Institute of Factory Planning and Logistics GREAN supported the customer in the reorganization of the incoming and outgoing goods area. Within the scope of the project, a rough concept was developed in several workshops to design the future goods in and out processes and areas. In addition, a layout was designed within the scope of the project to convert the released areas into a central final packaging.
The following services were provided in detail:
Recording of the actual situation
Recording of existing material flows
Identification of potentials and fields of action
Deduction of a concept for the restructuring of the goods in and out areas
Development of a rough layout for incoming and outgoing goods as well as the central final packaging
Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbH
11/2012 until 03/2013
Design of a rough concept for the incoming and outgoing goods department
Development of a rough layout for the central final packaging