Automatic Inventory Handling System for Dry Cleaners
Battista Light is an automatic inventory handling system with numerous features.
The Battista Light is a new automated garment delivery system for handling, storage and management of hanging garments in dry cleaners. Equipped with the Battista Uni dry cleaning management software, Battista Light make it possible to control the movements of all incoming and outgoing garments.
Battista Light is the automated garment delivery system that, through the exclusive conveyor handling system, stores garments in less space, even on two or more levels. Since the systems is modular, it flawlessly adapts to all types of environments, allowing the system to be modified or expanded in the future. The automated garment delivery system is operated with the Battista Uni dry cleaning management software, which controls all the movements of both incoming and outgoing garments. The software is easy to use, and functions can be performed by using the touch screen facilities.
The Battista Light system manages garments using a bar code reader and an electronic loading terminal. This allows for easier and faster searching of garments on the conveyer. Garments can be processed separately but with the use of the management system can be collected together after processing for return to the customer. The system comes with the option of an unloading arm to allow front desk employees to retrieve garments automatically.
For small and especially larger businesses this system can greatly reduce labour time and costs and will provide substantial savings.
The addition of an unloading arm to the Battista Light automated garment delivery system allows front office employees to automatically manage garment returns. With this system, the operator can maintain customer contact while saving substantial time when searching for garments and waiting for them to be delivered. From the front desk, the employee can automatically manage the positioning and unloading of the garments belonging to the customer being served.