Tecsidel and Easy sign the SEGA PTL project

Tecsidel and Easy, a leading home center specialized in the sale of products for the construction, remodelling and furnishing of houses and gardens, have recently signed a SEGA PTL (Pick To Light / Put To Light) project to manage Easy´s Order Classification Station at its distribution centre located in Buenos Aires.

This project adds to the long list of companies that trust ​ this efficient solution that guides the user in each operation by using light devices. SEGA PTL helps to increase the quality of the preparation, and simultaneously doubles productivity. In this case, the implementation will begin in August 2017 and will be used for the classification related to home and construction products with the aim of improving the quality of order shipments to the many Easy stores in Latin America.

Productivity and order picking accuracy are undoubtedly the most important concern for companies like Easy, which aim to reduce errors and increase employee effectiveness. Tecsidel SEGA PTL increases the operational capacity and helps operators to work more safely by having their hands totally free and minimizing errors as much as possible. The technology is very easy to install and implement, the operators do not need training.

Easy belongs to the large Cencosud group, it was founded in 1993 in Argentina and in 1994 in Chile, becoming a pioneer in developing a new market. Easy is currently present in Chile, Argentina and Colombia, and each one of its stores offers more than 50,000 different products. This huge variety has forced Easy to look for the best option in the market to cover its order preparation and for that reason they chose Tecsidel, a company with a wide experience in SEGA PTL solution.

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