FOPS8 Warehouse Management System

F8WMS is a new system desgined to work with third party conveyor and crane systems. To date Hellenic have installed 5 major retail meat packing factories. F8WMS integrates with the FOPS8 suite to provide closely automated processing procedures. The systems work on bar-code or transponder RFID technology for the rounting of crates and stack around the factory.The key features of the system are:

The key features of the system are:

Purchase Order Processing:

Quantity / quality checking. 100% bar-code or RFID transponder verification. Declared and actual weight verification. Verification of acceptable product life. Automatic allocation to stock locations. email/fax of GRN notes, interfaces with major ERP systems.

Stock Control:

Automatic stock verification, date rotation, dynamic stock allocation patterns. Controls issue of product to packing that ensures effective life. Warnings of pending out of date stock. Automatic selection of oldest stock.

Stock Issue:

Planning of batch control release to packing lines (supplier / product / date). Ensure that batch traceability can be maintained throughout the packing process. Product automatically issued to lines to match rate at which product is consumed.


Automatic scanning / reading of customer crates with intelligent put-away functions. 100% bar-code verification. Integration with FOPS8 planning module for packing line control. Batch control and traceability of product to suppliers purchase order and intake crate identification.


Planning allocation of products to despatch order schedules. Build by pallet stock extraction procedures with option to re-print missing end of case labels. Selection of product on date shelf life and time to delivery.

Remote Monitoring and Administration:

Warehouse state and performance can be monitored remotely. Individual parts of the system can be enabled or disabled to allow maintenance of the system to take place with minimum interference to normal operation.

Data Mirroring:

Critical warehouse data is automatically backed up in real-time to a standby computer allowing simple resumption of the system in the event of major hardware failure on the primary computer