Case stories

Jøtul AS is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of stoves, inserts, and fireplaces. Jøtul’s goal was to maintain production in Norway. This required greater streamlining of procedures and processes. The warehouse was one area, where there was potential to make significant improvements.

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Færch Plast is Europe's leading manufacturer of plastic packaging for ready-made meals. The manufacturing apparatus is high-tech and maintained 24 hours a day. The spare-parts warehouse is a self-service store with a LOGIA ordering front, where 50 employees order any spare parts they need. LOGIA indicates the location, and the stock is registered automatically.

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av form is one of Scandinavia’s leading suppliers of creative resources for schools and institutions. The warehouse is manual and all employees are online, receiving orders via LOGIA on iPads. The orders are picked directly to the packaging. Picking and packing is consolidated into a single operation. Calculation of the volume of orders specifies the size of the packaging.

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Swix is one of the leading and best-known names in the skiing industry, manufacturing products such as ski wax, ski poles, ski wear, and other products for cross-country and alpine skiing. Swix implemented their first LOGIA solution in 2005. In 2015 Swix moved into a new, modern logistics and experience centre in Lillehammer.

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Hemmakväll is Sweden's largest chain in the field of films, games, confectionery, and other goodies for a cosy evening at home. In order to leverage the warehouse for growth, Hemmakväll decided to move into new warehouse premises and invest in new warehouse technology.

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TOP-TOY's 60,000-m2 distribution centre in Greve is one of the most highly automated in Northern Europe. The centre houses 11 pallet cranes, 6 mini load cranes, automatic layer pickers, manual pallet picking stations, manual parcel picking stations, and a comprehensive internal transport system.

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