Global brands such as BMW, Subaru, Ford, Lexus use and rely upon Automotive parts and tool storage from Modula. They are incredibly popular storage choices within the automotive sector due to their flexibility and ease.
Many Modula Storage System customers benefit by now designing much smaller parts departments and utilizing the space savings to add more service bays, retail displays, new offices or eliminate off-site storage. 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 Modula.
Modula can be constructed with opposed bays (front & back) so that operators can load ready materials into one side of the warehouse, and assembly or production operators can pick them from the bay on the other side. When supplying production lines, reliability, speed and the wide range of automatic internal and external bays offered by a Modula system have turned out to be an essential lever for improving production performance. For dealerships and spare parts suppliers providing on-site service, the major advantage is having constant control over inventory. This means a significant reduction in resupply times for spare parts and in turn helps maintenance providers in their day-to-day work. Modula’s high storage density allows workshops to make the most of their available space, saving up to 85% of floor space compared to traditional warehouses.