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EPG ONE™ Warehouse management software (LFS) - our comprehensive solution for your specific tasks and requirements.

In its standard version, LFS comes as a pre-configured starter package. This standard package can be used right out of the box and across multiple sites, and fulfills the basic needs placed on active warehouse management by means of largely standardized, basic logistics requirements. All additional modules are already pre-installed and can be activated at any time, as needed. The warehouse management system generates excellent economic benefits thanks to its use of starter modules, even for small warehouses.  And, thanks to being highly customizable, the LFS system can also and easily be adapted to future, customer-specific process workflows. LFS grows alongside your needs and requirements.


Efficient warehouse logistics are counted amongst the deciding factors for success in all areas, such as trade and production, and for logistics service providers as well. For Just-in-Sequence strategies, the supply chain must be perfectly organized and function smoothly. In this respect, the LFS is a central building block in your supply chain. This powerful system ensures optimized processes, maximum transparency and efficiency in the warehouse - and consequently in the entire supply chain. The result is a noticeable reduction in your logistics costs.


LFS modules at a glance.

Maintenance and service of storage locations and bin locations

  • Dynamic/chaotic bin assignment while taking A-B-C criteria into account
  • Cross-sectional bin assignment
  • Controlled overflow to larger locations
  • Customer-specific and warehouse-specific guidelines are taken into account, such as temperature zones
  • Fixed bin assignment (automatic and manual)
  • Addition-to-stock routines
  • Bin assignment by team
  • Dynamic field assignment
  • Bin segmentation
  • Warehouse without bin assignment
  • Bulk warehouse
  • Flow rack channels


  • Portioning, re-packaging
  • Cross-Docking
  • Quality control
  • Product tagging
  • Data transfer from incoming goods or PPS/PDA system that might already exist on the customer end
  • Batch management, batch tracing, serial number management, BBD, FIFO
  • Barcoded notes and receipts
  • Slot management
  • Two-stage bin assignment
  • Use of technical tools, e.g. Pick by Voice, mobile data collection, transport system
  • Multiple inventory modules can be managed in one bin location or one load unit
  • Empties management, pallet accounts management

Inventory management

  • Total inventory can be divided into:
    • Disabled inventory
    • Reserved inventory
    • Freely available inventory
  • Inventory can be separated into own inventory and consignment inventory
  • Inventory can be separated into duty-paid and duty-not-paid inventory
  • Individual inventory modules can be specifically reserved for certain orders or customers
  • Display of reserved amounts according to order, user, etc.
  • Inventory can be marked separately in terms of batch, WE number, BBD, order, ...
  • Item variations
  • Handling of hazardous goods


  • Entire work packages can be retrieved based on the provision of delivery notes, customer orders, production orders, or online store orders
  • Each retrieval process can be assigned to a specific cost center, customer/production order, purchaser, project number, etc.
  • Single-stage/two-stage picking
  • Pick-and-pack principle
  • Multi-order picking, path-optimized processing
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Additional LFS modules.

Packing station dialog prompt

  • Capturing/scanning of serial numbers
  • Generation of packing unit contents
  • Packing of the goods into shipping units; generation and printing of barcoded address/shipment labels, e.g. for parcel delivery service providers UPS, GLS, DPD, SYSTEMPLUS, postal service; and generation of SU or IDS router labels.
  • Two-stage packing
  • All products within a package are supplied with a batch number, BBD/expiry date, serial number, etc. for the purpose of electronic transfer to the recipient, corresponding to the shipment number and shipment tracking number
  • Printing of delivery lists by parcel delivery service, provision of shipment data for the respective parcel delivery service
  • Consolidation location management, inspection and control before and after picking


  • Routing numbers for the postal service, DPD, UPS, GLS, etc.
  • Scan on loading
  • Handling of master shipping units
  • Empties management, pallet accounts management
  • Freight capacity calculation
  • Freight cost calculation
  • Integrated shipping system
  • Shipment tracking

Transportation management


  • Spot-check stocktaking via a separate module
  • Zero net stocktaking
  • Continuous stocktaking, periodic stocktaking
  • System interface for handling stock discrepancies from a business administration point of view
  • Stock discrepancy list
  • Stock analysis

Control of various warehouse technologies, e.g.:

  • Automated high-bay warehouses
  • Paternoster and shuttle systems
  • Driverless transport systems (TFS)
  • Online RF data transmission systems for picker and stacker management
  • Electronic weighing scales
  • RFID
  • Pick-by-Voice
  • Pick-to-Belt
  • Pick-by-Light
  • Integration of material flow calculators to control automated warehouse components
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Additional LFS modules - part 2.

Transport Control System

  • Path calculation for each means of transport, avoidance of empty trips
  • Priority control of pending transports, also time-dependent
  • Registration of idle times at handover points and buffer locations for improved calculation of transport times
  • Automatic transmission of optimized transport orders to forklift drivers
  • Support for multiple transporters, e.g. clamp forklifts, triple forklifts


  • Comprehensive availability of statistical functions
  • Warehouse occupancy
  • Picking key figures and times
  • Performance statistics
  • Order statistics
  • Order, goods receiving and transport monitoring
  • Cycle times for each order
  • Turnover rates of individual items and coverage analysis
  • Frequency of individual items at the picking bin location
  • Individual queries by internal or central data warehousing

Graphical User Interface

  • Display of digital product images during inventory inquiries or picking
  • Interface operated via Internet browser
  • Access to all functions via the Internet
  • Graphic display of statistics
  • Graphical warehouse management
  • Supports touch screen radio frequency terminals


  • Supports formation of displays
  • Supports kit-building
  • Administration of bills of materials

Quality Assurance

  • Handling of freely definable quality statuses
  • History of changes in quality statuses (user, date...)
  • Statistics about access frequencies, overviews of warehouse occupancy, inventory lists, ABC analyses

Other Functions

  • Monitoring of replenishment levels, including an automated initialization of replenishment orders
  • Parameterization, e.g. of replenishment orders for picking bin locations or of document printing
  • Statistics of access frequencies or bin and storage location occupancy, inventory lists and ABC analyses
  • Different concepts for the preparation and realization of an emergency mode
  • Bar-coded documents for automatic processing and product identification
  • Accounting of logistic services
  • VAS - Value Added Services
  • E-mail or SMS transmission for defined events or for delivery notification
  • Delivery notification with electronic data interchange for every package/pallet
  • 3-D visualization of warehousing processes
  • Yard Management

Integrated picking methods.

Paper-based picking

  • Implementation of paper-based picking processes, or paper-based picking to complement other picking methods
  • Pick lists for individual storage locations, or collective pick lists for multiple orders across multiple storage locations
  • Printing and utilization of barcoded notes and receipts
  • Path-optimized pick lists
  • Pre-calculation of shipping HUs (pick-and-pack principle)
  • Multi-Order-Picking
  • Multi-stage picking

RF data transmission

  • Advantages as compared to paper-based picking: high data security, reduction in picking errors, and significant productivity increase in terms of staff
  • Immediate, event-driven online replenishment
  • Continuous overview of the order progress online and appropriate time stamps
  • Transparency/plausibility, and transparent quality assurance
  • Staffing overview and history
  • Character-based and/or graphical user interface


  • Increase in picking speed by up to 50 percent while maintaining a high level of picking accuracy
  • Pickers are free to use their hands and do not need to keep their eyes on a display
  • Immediate, event-driven online replenishment
  • Use of a collective transport device or MDE device (mobile data collection) for putaway, retrieval, or stock transfer purposes
  • Quick and easy learning, thanks to dialect-independent communication


  • Can be used for product identification (batch, EAN, serial numbers) and load bearer identification purposes (pallet or SU)
  • Integration of an RFID-supported mobile picking trolley for multi-order picking applications
  • Integration of RFID bulk reading, e.g. in the following areas and industries: pharmaceutical industry, consumer electronics, electronic products, textile industry, and document management


  • Additional option for quick and extremely accurate picking thanks to the use of optical light signals
  • Reduction in order picking error rate
  • Short picking distances, as pick-by-light technology is typically connected to a bin conveyor system


  • Time-efficient processing of multiple orders in parallel
  • Short distances thanks to a picking process that is both parallel and includes multiple orders
  • Automated sorting of picked goods in accordance with the individual order and/or recipient, by means of a downstream sorter