An overview of our solutions:
Occupational safety, safety
stickers and more
Time pressure and the number of forklifts are increasing in every production, warehouse and logistics operation, which in turn has led to a rise in hazardous situations for staff. Therefore, occupational safety (according to the Technical Rules for Workplaces 1.8) and well-designed labelling systems are becoming more and more important! Our range of products can help you create this kind of warehouse concept.
Information signs, warning signs and prohibitive signs are ideal for ensuring that people observe various regulations. This includes information on wearing safety shoes, for example, as well as restrictions on entering certain areas. At crossroads, safety makers can be stuck to the floor to remind people of the increased risk of forklifts.
Self-adhesive floor marking bands are suitable for separating roadways and walkways and can be used in different colours for marking keep-out areas (e.g. in front of fire extinguishers) and loading bays. These can be complemented by various floor-marking shapes.
Markings for warehouses and production areas
80% of communication happens visually; threfore effective labelling of pallet spaces, walkways and storage areas can help facilitate production processes and increase safety. Perfect logistical labelling can ensure that your operation is clearly organised.
We strive for excellence, and focus on developing and manufacturing premium solutions for warehouse and logistic centres to ensure safe, efficient operation.
We provide a wide range of labelling solutions from magnetic and self-adhesive logistical pockets, safety markings and shapes through to safety signs to make your warehouse run safely and efficiently.
Easily print logistical pockets and document sleeves
Tidiness in the packing area
Tidy, ergonomic workspaces help your staff at the packing table and with order picking as well as at other workspace in the warehouse and production facility. The aim of workspace planning should be to ensure that everything you need is easily accessible and at a safe height. Safety and working instructions can be shown via display panel systems or self-adhesive info-frames at the workplace.
A technique often used for optimising and improving workplaces and processes in the Kaizen method.
- Blue lid – Paper and cardboard: magazines, newspapers, brochures, books, catalogues, wrapping paper, paper school material, egg boxes, flour and sugar bags, etc.
- Yellow lid – Plastic and packaging material: plastic pots (e.g. yoghurt pots), polystyrene tray from food, plastic bags, plastic bottles
- Grey lid – General waste (everything else that cannot be recycled and is not hazardous): leather, rubber, fabric remnants, porcelain, drinking glasses, hygiene products, dirty paper, carbon paper
- Green lid - Recyclables, organic waste, green glass: Recyclables include composite materials such as: drinks cartons, coffee packets
- Red lid – Metal: tins and cans, bottle tops, pots and pans, tools, cutlery, screws
- White lid: White glass
Outgoing goods and transport
All organised in the loading bay
At the loading gate two things are crucial: efficiency and speed! Pallets and parcels must be correctly labelled so as to enable quick loading. Here, our wire hanger or self-adhesive document pockets can help everything run smoothly.
THINK LEAN – Optimising internal processes with DURABLE products
Office and workspaces
Working according to the lean management method means removing non-value adding processes from everyday working life and optimising the ones that do work. From the admin offices to the production facilities and the warehouse, DURABLE products can help you and your staff increase efficiency.
If you would like to find out more about the lean management method or find out how our products can be used, then this is right category for you.