(Marchtrenk, Austria, October 13, 2020) TGW is building a high-performance combination system for Zhongjing Semiconductors near Shanghai. The system consists of an automatic mini-load warehouse and Commissioner lifting beam system. Plans call for the system to go live as soon as mid-2021.
TGW's solution consists of an automatic mini-load warehouse with four aisles and Mustang R storage and retrieval machines as well as two Commissioner lifting beam blocks. The semiconductor blanks are first removed from storage in the Commissioner. From there, they are sent to the production area, where they are used to create highly complex microelectronic components.
The finished semiconductors are then stored in special containers in the automatic mini-load warehouse. From there they are transported to the dispatch area. Energy-efficient KingDrive® conveyors connect the different functional areas with each other.
It was primarily the intralogistics system's high availability and reliability that made the semiconductor specialist opt for TGW. The tall height of 20 metres and the great performance of Mustang R storage and retrieval machines enable the realisation on a very compact footprint.
“Together with Zhongjing we have customised the technical specifications to the requirements of the local market,” states Frank Imkamp, Chief Executive Officer at TGW China. “We couldn't be more pleased that Zhongjing relies on the intralogistics expertise of TGW.”