Packman - Intuitive 3D packing engine

Get an automatic shipment loading plan for maximum utilization of vehicle

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3D Packing Engine

Highlights

Multiple Vehicle Plans

Configure more than one vehicle type and variant into a single plan.
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Packing Arrangements

Enhanced packing decisions based on business rules and order data.
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Stackability & Orientation

Define stacking rules and other constraints at the carton level itself.
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Multi-Vehicle Plans

All your Vehicles in One Place

All your Vehicles in One Place

Multi Plan

Multi-Vehicle Plans

All your Vehicles in One Place

Create plans that accommodate them all, from mini-trucks to trailers, primary leg carriers to last mile delivery vans, and optimize their usage that helps save miles and increase efficiency.

1 One-Time Run

Single run across any number, model, and variance of vehicles.

2 Volume-Based Allocation

Allocate the right vehicle to the right consignment based on shipment volume.

3 Optimal Fleet Utilization

Maximize space utilization per carrier to optimize the carrier count on the road.

Packing Arrangements

Loading based on the Unloading Plan

Loading based on the Unloading Plan

Arrangement

Packing Arrangements

Loading based on the Unloading Plan

Right packing instructions for maximum space utilization within the container adhering to delivery drop sequence.

1 Loading Order

Pack boxes based on the drop sequence or weight/density distribution.

2 Group-by-Item

Optionally keep similar order items together, wherever required.

3 Isometric Simulations

Visualize bin packing with adjustable 3D simulations for ease of loading.

Loading a Shipping Container

Check out what our Data Scientist, Pushkar has to say about the 3D packing Engine

Stackability and Orientation

Stacking Rules at the Carton Level

Stacking Rules at the Carton Level

Multi Plan

Stackability and Orientation

Stacking Rules at the Carton Level

Full flexibility in stacking rules for individual cartons, be it orientation constraints such as dimensions or vectors, allowable load on or under a carton, or proximity to the driver's end.

1 Load Bearing

Ensure the weight resting on fragile items remains below their load bearing capacities.

2 Vector Constraints

Placement based on the direction along which certain boxes are required to be kept.

3 Overhangs

Specify maximum overhang per box for effective usage of floor space and to avoid toppling.

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