Custom Software & Dashboards 





 Our infrastructure is backed by 25 Data Centers around the world

As part of our data analysis process used in determining the proper warehouse requirements, ACHQL will design a solution which best accommodates your warehousing, inventory, order management, and fulfillment requirements. The warehouse may include the following components and systems:

• Static selective pallet racking systems for receipt of inbound materials, inventory storage, slow moving SKU items, and reserve storage

• Flow rack or multi-deep pushback pallet systems for location of product in process

• Integrated WMS platform to manage inbound/outbound, inventory, sub-assembly, shipping, and invoicing

• Use of Pick to Light and RF mobile technologies

• Dedicated order preparation, pick and pack, and dispatched goods staging areas

ACHQ Logistics, LLC uses sophisticated software and technology to establish automated electronic data interchanges (EDI) with its customers (Automobile OEMs) and its suppliers (Tier 2 trading partners).

The information is used to manage on hand inventories of parts and materials, schedule production, prepare shipments and complete commercial transactions. EDI and Shop Floor Information Systems ACHQL Logistics will work closely with our clients to establish an EDI interface.

Historically, information had been communicated via IBM MQ Series and/or through flat file messages (written to and read from folder residing on a secure FTP server). OEMs typically pass a number of messages to ACHQL including:

• Advanced Shipping Notices (from Tier 2 Vendors)

• BOM Detail

• Sequence Information

• Special Reorders

• Delivery Call-Offs (DCO) ACHQL is typically asked to export an ASN file (via message queuing or flat file).

The exported file will match the criteria of what is asked for in the original import. ACHQL depends on its Warehouse Management and Warehouse Control Systems (WMS and WCS respectively) to maintain a FIFO Policy and Traceability for parts from the time consignment materials enters the facility to the time a finished assembly departs for our clients.

Production and the Technology Continuum At the shop floor level, the company carefully integrates intelligent conveyor, automated storage and retrieval, human machine interface (HMI) technologies, vision systems, robotics and application-specific material handling equipment to increase productivity and eliminate mistakes.

At the facility level, the company leverages its technology continuum which ties all of the aforementioned together via sophisticated PLC based control systems that establish fully automated interfaces with each plant’s warehouse management and order fulfillment software. These systems subsequently share data and information with the company’s enterprise software applications AND with our client’s information systems via various EDI methods and protocols.