BinMan container management
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Logistics software BinMan container management

BinMan container management

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Dr. David Wustmann
Dr. David Wustmann Head of logistics software
+49 351 314423-500 David.Wustmann@logsol.de

 

SIMPLE AND TRANSPARENT VISUALIZATION OF YOUR CONTAINER STOCKS

IMPORTANT INFORMATION PERMANENTLY AVAILABLE AND IN REAL TIME

FLEXIBLE INTEGRATION INTO YOUR IT ENVIRONMENT E.G. SAP INTERFACE

STANDARDIZED SOLUTION – INDIVIDUALLY ADAPTABLE TO YOUR REQUIREMENTS

Optimize your container management with BinMan® and experience a simple and precise application.The functional diversity ranges from inventory management to ordering possibilities, booking by means of dispatch calculation and various detailed evaluation functionalities of your data. Convince yourself of the applications functions for evaluation and booking comparisons with OEM portals as well as the management of packaging data sheet and regulations by our application videos:

OVERVIEW OF THE EVALUATION FUNCTIONS

COMPLETE INVENTORY OVERVIEW AND DETAILED BOOKING HISTORY

EVALUATION OF STOCK TAKINGS AND RENT REPORT FUNCTION

AUTOMATED DISPATCH OF REPORTS (ACCOUNT HISTORY REPORT, KPI REPORT E.G.)

BOOKING COMPARISON WITH OEM-PORTALS

AUTOMATED ACCOUNT COMPARISON WITH EXTERNAL PORTALS

SUPPORTS ACCOUNT STATEMENTS FROM VARIOUS OEM- AND OTHER EXTERNAL PORTALS

STATUS TRACKING FOR COMPLAINTS WITH EXTERNAL PORTALS

MANAGEMENT OF PACKAGING DATA SHEETS

COMPLETELY DIGITALIZED CREATION, ACCEPTANCE AND SIGNING PROCESS OF PACKAGING INSTRUCTIONS

AVAILABILITY OF THE DOCUMENTS AT ANY TIME

STATUS TRACKING DURING THE CREATION AND ACCEPTANCE PROCESS

BinMan functions

Container booking according to double accounting and complaint procedure

 

Empties control by means of order function and shipping calculation

 

Container scheduling by means of load lists and supplier calendar

 

Master data management of container types and company accounts

 

Mapping of complex transportation networks (e.g. triangular traffic)

 

Individual real-time stock overviews (difference clarifications, interactive maps, distinction between stock types, etc.)

 

Past-based reach calculation

 

Calculation of rental fees

 

Inventory processing with account partners

BinMan analysis, evaluation

Management dashboard

 

Inventory logs in graphic and table form

 

Export functions for assessments & key figure reports (PDF, CSV, XLS)

 

Automatic notification messages and reports

 

Document management/upload and organisation of delivery notes, packaging data sheets, etc.

 

EDI interfaces to existing ERP systems (SAP/IDoc, VDA 4913, AVIEXP Odette, DESADV, etc.)

 

OEM portal connection for automated booking comparison

 

Specific functions as mobile HP (also for MDE devices) or native app for tablets (Android, iOS, Windows)

 

Available in over 10 languages (including English, Chinese, German, Magyar)

Test BinMan

As part of a first workshop, our experts will introduce you to the standard version of the BinMan container management software and advise you on possible additional developments to suit your requirements. We can also set up a test version of BinMan for you.

 

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CUSTOMIZABLE

SMART

TRANSPARENT

Space-saving. Secure. Long-lasting.

Whether in the automotive industry, food retail, engineering or pharmaceutical logistics – where goods are moved and stored, reusable containers are an essential item. By using them, companies can demonstrably reduce their logistics costs, which would otherwise be incurred for large quantities of packaging waste, damaged cargo or arduous packing and unpacking processes. Another plus point of meshed containers, plastic containers, etc. is the considerable amount of space saved in contrast to disposable packaging. In the process, the various container types offer different options: while most plastic containers, for example, can simply be stacked, fold-up containers can be reduced in terms of their volume. Thus, empty boxes take up only a minimal amount of storage space.