Welcome to ALSAMAANI for Metal Industries Co.
Logistic Services – Warehouse Management – Material Handling & Storage Solutions
We have been working in supplying Storage Solutions for more than 25 years. We are part of AL SAMAANI ® industrial Group affiliated with one of the biggest and most active groups in the Saudi Market and achieved remarkable progress and growth in the respective field.
Alsamaani Co. manufactures and supplies all different types of pallets ultimately, such as Metal / Steel pallets, Wooden pallets and Plastic pallets. As well as the company supplies Racking Systems, such as Selective Pallet Racking, Drive-in, Cantilever, Very Narrow Aisle (VNA), Double Deep Pallet Racking, in addition to Shelving for a variety of Material Handling & Storage Solutions.
The company supplies its products and services to many of governmental and semi-governmental sectors. Additionally the national and foreign major companies, beside to exporting the products to many countries.
We guarantee the quality of our products
In fact as a specialized Saudi Industrial group, our products are uniquely 100% Saudi-manufactured. We guarantee the quality of our products as a result of applying the principle of Total Quality Management (TQM).
Radio Shuttle Racking System
Radio shuttle Is deep lane storage and retrieval system. It is a carrier used to move pallets within a specifically designed racking structure, thus optimizing the storage capacity.
Longspan Shelving can be used in order to create a high rise installation that are ideal for usage with order picking machine. Also it can be used as a heavy duty hand loaded storage system.
Drive-In Racking System
Order Picker Forklift
Just as your customers notably measure your performance, hence it’s important that you and your suppliers work altogether to determine the right metrics to measure their performance. On-time delivery is the most common metric that’s measured. In particular make sure that you and your suppliers understand the precise definition of on-time delivery that you’ll be measuring.
On-time delivery doesn’t actually have black-and-white. There are original promised delivery dates that can (usually) change during order’s lifetime. So are you measuring on-time delivery performance against the original promise date? or subsequent revised promise dates? However make sure you and your suppliers are aligned.
Similarly, are you measuring the dock date or the ship date? After all it will usually depend on the payment terms that you’ve negotiated with your supplier. If your payment terms are FOB Plant, for instance, this means you’re responsible for the shipping method once the product leaves your supplier’s plant.