LPP can handle highly complex processes thanks to PSIwms

Over the last 25 years, the Polish clothing group LPP, known for its fashion brands RESERVED, Cropp, House, MOHITO or SiNSAY, has developed into the largest clothing company in Central/Eastern Europe – resulting in more than 1,700 brand stores in 24 countries in 2019. Every day, up to 1.5 million clothes leave the distribution center covering an area of approximately 66,000 square meters. This requires a logistical masterpiece which is possible, among other things, by using PSIwms.

Industry: E-commerce & Retail

Location: Danzig, Poland

Employees:  25.000 worldwide

"With WMS in place, which manages all operations at LPP’s distribution center, we are now able to handle highly complex processes. The system manages all stages of goods handling in the warehouse – from receipt and distribution between the domestic warehouse and bonded warehouse, and between the high-bay warehouse and the automatic warehouse, up to sorting and dispatch of goods to individual brand stores and countries."

Jacek Kujawa

Vice President


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The challenge

The cooperation between LPP and PSI started in 2007. With the implementation of PSIwms, the existing distribution center at that time was automated and the processes, which had previously been carried out manually, were optimized. An e-commerce warehouse, for which PSI implemented a system configuration optimized for planning e-commerce sales, is integrated into the distribution center. In light of LPP‘s dynamic business growth, the company decided to build another fully automated logistics center in 2013. For LPP, it was clear that the key to success and a significant competitive advantage is a smoothly functioning logistics system that leaves nothing to be desired in terms of order lead times, accuracy, availability and reliability. A solution was also required that could easily map multiple warehouse locations and support various methods of goods receipt and release of goods – including cross-docking. In addition to these general requirements, a major challenge affected the consolidation of different warehouse automation systems in PSIwms – as each of the solutions comes from a different manufacturer. Two new sorters and a mini load system were also integrated.

Warehouse characteristics

  • Storage and retrieval machine for 370,000 warehouse locations
  • One conveyor, crossbelt sorter, winder, labeling machine and shipping sorter each in use
  • Processing of several hundred thousand SKUs per year
  • Integration of control techniques (automatisms) of different suppliers
  • Service for the output of single items or of complete card-board boxes
  • Automatic refill/automatic replenishment processes to supply the stores with goods

Software in use

Deployed software: PSIwms

Realized interfaces:

ERP (RMS), Shipping Systeme (DPD, DHL, UPS, Schenker), RFID (Checkpoint), Pick-to-light among other things

The solution

PSIwms controls the flow of goods fully automatically throughout the entire distribution center by integrating automatic control units. Based on algorithms for artificial intelligence, PSIwms optimizes the routes during order picking. As a result, the efficiency of online order processing has been significantly improved, partly due to a reduction in picking distances by approximately 30 percent. The entire storage process is based on the flow of boxes – the goods are received and delivered in boxes. Internal flows are based either on full boxes (no sorting of goods) or on separate products (boxes with individually sorted products). The processes handled by PSIwms include automatic and manual goods receipt, indication of warehouse locations (or immediate release if the box should not be stored) as well as picking, sorting, release and dispatch of goods. The system handles palletizing processes and other manual work with boxes, e.g. when labels are damaged or wherever additional work and certain value-added services are required.



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What makes a user-friendly WMS? Active monitoring with dashboard views

This video shows how the Warehouse Management System PSIwms makes clear evaluations at a glance using dashboard views with diagrams and traffic light functions from tabular data. Includes interface monitoring, logging of all changes and event tracking. To ensure that no important information is overlooked, event tracking also allows graphical analyses to be displayed on large screens.

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Rüdiger Stauch
Head of Sales

phone.: +49 6021 366-561
e-mail: sales@psilogistics.com

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