The basic objective of the cross-docking procedure is a high turnover rate without intermediate storage. The goods are directly picked and rearranged without any warehousing.
For example, single containers can be delivered and we directly pick for further shipment to the final customer or for direct store delivery. This is often a single-level or two-level system.
In the one-level cross docking system, the logistics units remain in their original state and are then redistributed. In the two-level variant, the goods are picked to new logistics units via the cross-docking point and there prepared directly for onward shipment. Thus we guarantee the highest efficiency in the supply chain.