Since all parts for the resupply of the assembly line are now routed via the second route train station, the "RouteStation Linefeed" route can be shortened. It no longer has to go via both route train stations. Therefore, make a shortening of the route.
Tip: Do not delete the entire route, but only the section of the route and then create a new route. Make sure you select all the breakpoints that are on the line. The figure below will help you.
Alternative for advanced users:
Use the "Delete connection" and "Repair route" buttons to change the route. At the end, the message "Status: Route is valid" should appear at the bottom left. To do this, you must repair the route after deleting connections. It may be necessary to delete several connections of the same type because the route goes back and forth over the same connection (if you want to delete a connection and there are several, a pop-up menu will appear, delete them one by one until the route connection is completely deleted in that section of the route).
You have recognized in the evaluation of the transport calculation that the demand for route tugs in the current planning scenario is relatively high.
You discuss with your project colleagues the idea of the most efficient use of resources and therefore want to check the possibility of having the transports from the two areas upstream of assembly, supermarket and pre-assembly, operated by the same transport means.
For this, pooling can be used. That is, a tugger drives both routes when the transport order situation allows it. For this, the same worker and tugger types must be assigned to the “Supermarket Linefeed” and “Pre Assembly Linefeed” routes.
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