Meet Storeganizer at FachPack 2021

Storeganizer will be present at FachPack from 28 till 30 September in Nürnberg. You can find us in Hall 7, stand number 7-254.

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New partnership and order in Romania

Storeganizer recently closed a new partnership in Romania with Tezcon after a first order with Havi Logistics. This partnership is proof of Tezcon’s ambition to grow their business in storage systems.

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Optimizing space & efficiency

Recently our Storeganizer partner Vanas Engineering placed a substantial follow-up order for their customer Mainfreight Belgium, expanding their existing Storeganizer installed base with 1,758 unique locations.

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New case study

Curious to read about how EFB-Elektronik used their move to a new warehouse to optimize their storage space for the small parts?

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Re-order retail group

Our Storeganizer partner Vanas Engineering has received a follow-up order from the logistics department of a Belgian retail group with over 80 shops in Belgium and Luxemburg.

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Order in The Netherlands

Hagisto, our partner in the Netherlands landed a Storeganizer follow up project for one of its customers in the area who is one of the global leaders in scientific instruments distribution.

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New order UK partner

Our UK partner NENE recently ordered a Storeganizer expansion project for one of the leading 3PL companies in their UK region.

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New order in Belgium

The Belgian logistic service provider H.Essers ordered a new Storeganizer project of approximately 3,000 pockets to create extra pick locations in one of their warehouses in Belgium, near the HQ in Genk.

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Order new customer in Scotland

We have received an order from a new customer in Scotland through our business partner Axis Solutions for 100 bays, medium size for book storage. Storeganizer has successful track records on book storage for clients as CB Logistics, ID Logistics, Distrimedia and Hachette Livre Group.

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What are the logistic trends for China?

2020 was a remarkable year, even for the Asia Pacific logistics market. Pandemic-induced supply chain disruption has led many companies to review and strengthen resilience by diversifying production and sourcing.

Australian cities stand out as the best-served in the region by modern logistics stock, while Japanese markets appear to be the most underserved. Mainland China remains one of the world’s largest consumption markets and key player in the global supply chain. Manufacturing capacity in China is therefore likely to increase further to serve domestic demand. Singapore is also one of the best-served Asian logistics markets due its small modern clusters of new and large supermarkets.

In this series of blogs we look at the current and future trends for the APAC market in Singapore, Japan, China and Korea. We already did Korea, let’s continue with China

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