Surveys have confirmed that more than 30% of the costs in a hospital relate to hospital logistics. Therefore, several hospitals have implemented LOGIA, the warehouse management system, and other solutions for optimisation purposes. This resulted in less waste, increased efficiency, and more time for patient care.

Defect goods can easily be withdrawn with full traceability.

LOGIA ensures that clean and sterile goods are handled and stored correctly.

The departments' orders are managed via the hospital’s ERP- or electronic tag system.

Goods delivered directly to operations can be traced by the patient’s CPR-number.

Watch Video: Hospital Sønderjylland

"The logistics in the hospital have experienced a massive improvement" - Hans Madsen, Warehouse Chief. LOGIA controls the entire flow of goods in the central warehouse of Hospital Sønderjylland and ensures that the high demands for hygiene, quality and expiration date are met. (Danish video)

Customer Cases

Stavanger University Hospital

Regionshospitalet Gødstrup

Hospital Sønderjylland

Hospitals have both sterile and clean equipment, and this places specific demands on the handling of these and often requires several separate storage areas.

LOGIA has the ability to control all storage areas in one solution, both manually and automatically. The platform ensures that goods are handled and stored correctly with respect to the necessary demands.

See case: Sterile and clean goods at Hospital Sønderjylland


LOGIA ensures that the demands for hygiene, expiration date, and traceability are met. Supplies that are needed in the operating halls, also referred to as ‘Case carts’, are packed within the sterile storage area. All goods are controlled via LOT-numbers and for the individual operations the goods can be tracked on patient level.

LOGIA has the functionality to support an efficient supply plan from the central warehouse to the different hospitals and departments. The supply service arranged with the different departments in the hospital can be organised into a route structure, from where each department functions as a pitstop on the route.

The supply schedule with arranged departure times from the central warehouse controls the picking order in the warehouse. Thereby, the goods scheduled to leave the warehouse first are also the ones to be picked first, while also the goods are placed in shipping ranks dependent on the loading order.

More and more hospitals have started the process of implementing warehouse technology to support the internal transport of utility carts with linen, towels, cleaning supplies, and food. The use of warehouse technology, in where a horizontal warehouse is implemented in the building, is an actual alternative to the use of AGVs and will reduce the constant traffic inside the halls of the hospital.

The supplies in the horizontal warehouse are available when the departments need them. The solution reduces the need for storage space and refilling the warehouse will be less time consuming.

Are you interested in hearing more about our solutions for the healthcare industry?

Niels Have

Roima Denmark

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