Enormous space and time savings, plus higher productivity in Porsche-Zentrum Nuremberg-Fürth-Erlangen, Germany
Storage floor space can be reduced by up to 75 % – not to mention faster provisioning of parts and tools – and that makes Hänel lift systems a wise investment. Direct reception of cars, computer diagnostics and automation have increased the productivity of automotive service centres over the years. However, keeping an ample supply of spare parts on hand still requires considerable space.
Optimized use of space
The Hänel Lean-Lift neatly stores large numbers of parts within a small footprint thanks to its vertical design concept.
Valuable time is saved
When a vehicle is scheduled for service, the shop manager can check the inventory to see if all the items required for service or repairs are in stock. These items can be picked and sorted in advance to save time otherwise spent waiting for parts delivery. Even large components like engine blocks, transmissions or catalytic converters can be stored in the Lean-Lift. There is no need to transport such components from so-called ‘external warehouses’ that are not nearby. This considerably increases the throughput of vehicles serviced each day.