ASRS Conveyors

Oldham Engineering Installations are experienced ASRS system installers and can offer a complete installation package of everything from high throughput miniloads and multishuttles, to 40m tall high bay warehouse cranes and associated equipment. Working with the major UK and European materials handling companies such as; SSI Schäfer, Dematic, Stöcklin and Swisslog; together we have had many successful installations including Tesco and JD Sports in the UK, Conter Spa, Brunelli Cheese, Pasta Zara in Italy, along with Partner Logistics at various sites in the UK, Belgium and Netherlands.

Automatic Storage and Retrieval Systems

With an in-house appointed person for lifting operations and trained personnel to work at height, Oldham Engineering Installations have undertaken the mechanical installation of most ASRS systems, including but not limited to:

  • Single and Twin Mast High Bay Warehouse Cranes up to 40m high.
  • Stacker Cranes.
  • Tote Miniload Systems including P&D Conveyors.
  • Tote Multi Shuttle Systems including Elevators, Carts and In-Rack Conveyors.
  • AGV / RGV Systems.
  • Hoists for Shuttle Cart Maintenance.
  • Aisle Equipment.
  • Top Rail.
  • Anti Collapse and Safety Fencing.

Oldham Engineering Installations provide a flexible and cost effective service for our clients. Our strengths include completing bespoke lifting plans in-house and offering the supply of mobile cranes and plant as part of our fixed price installation packages. This eliminates our clients’ requirements for expensive contract lifts and reduces the risks included in hiring cranes and plant directly from the suppliers.

Oldham Engineering Installations will also provide detailed method statements and risk assessments to suit the scope of work to be undertaken on site. The majority of our ASRS installations are repeat works from the same clients, which provides testament to the quality of our cost effective installations and our excellent on-site representation of your company.

Recent Installation Case Studies