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TGW IBÉRICA SISTEMAS LOGÍSTICOS, S.L.

TGW IBÉRICA SISTEMAS LOGÍSTICOS, S.L.

3C35

08960 Sant Just Desvern - Barcelona
Spain
https://www.tgw-group.com/es/

TGW Logistics Group is a supplier of intralogistics solutions and system integrator based in Austria, with over 50 years of experience in constant evolution, accompanied by a team of over 3.500 employees all over the world and a full list of references.

TGW Ibérica Sistemas Logísticos, S.L. has over 15 years of experience in the local spanish market. Our projects seek to optimize stock spaces, supplying global and modular solutions, taylored to meet our clients´ needs.

TGW offers complete engineering from the design of the solution and the system integration, up to the aftersales support, with an extensive range of service options, considering also, a wide range of products that go from software IT, automated transport systems and classification with a high throughput for totes, cartons and trays, as also pallets. All this combined with highly dinamic warehouse systems (AS/RS), based on mini-loads and shuttles for light weights.

We have the privilege of working with the following companies: MANGO, Frit Ravich, Mercadona, Zara, Decathlon, Zalando, Billabong, Adidas, Puma, Skechers.

Products

Product news

  • TGW: Building a world-class logistics centre for Puma

    One of the world's leading sporting goods manufacturers

    Be it team sports, golf, running, or fitness – the shoes, apparel, and accessories with the striking logo are worn by hobby and professional athletes all over the world. Puma is also a supplier to prominent soccer teams and a partner to many world-class athletes. The exchange-listed company was founded in 1948. With a turnover of 4.65 billion euros (2018) and 14,700 employees, Puma blends tradition with the latest lifestyle trends.

    Forever Faster: Now also in intralogistics

    The FlashPick®-system, which is TGW’s smart one-stop solution for automated single-piece picking, is the core of the system custom-designed by TGW for Puma. The flexible system guarantees highest performance and short processing times for B2C as well as B2B. The 24-aisle shuttle warehouse offers an impressive 730,000 storage slots. Nearly 500 Stingray shuttles handle storage and retrieval.

    When an order is placed, the cartons are retrieved fully automatically and then picked or packed according to customer requirements. The individual functional areas are interconnected by more than 21 kilometers of energy-efficient KingDrive®-conveyor technology.

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  • Kellner & Kunz expands with TGW

    The growth of recent years has increasingly pushed intralogistics to its capacity limits. Therefore, Kellner & Kunz decided to extensively expand the existing plant with a powerful and at the same time flexible combination of a miniload warehouse and a shuttle system. This solution allows for high throughput and fast throughput times – thereby laying the foundation for efficient delivery. TGW technology ensures optimum performance through smooth interoperability.

    “The order is a great vote of confidence for TGW, and a further step in our long-standing partnership,” confirms Johann Steinkellner, CEO Central Europe at TGW. “Kellner & Kunz will benefit from significantly increased performance thanks to the custom-made system and is thus ideally positioned for the future. We are particularly pleased that the new system will be working in the immediate vicinity of TGW.”

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  • Retrofit for medical technology specialist

    Aesculap AG is one of the world's leading manufacturers of medical products. Founded in 1867, the company has been one of four divisions of the family-run medical technology and pharmaceutical manufacturer B. Braun Melsungen AG. With intralogistics increasingly reaching its capacity limits at Aesculap headquarters in Tuttlingen, Baden-Wuerttemberg, TGW was asked to provide its expertise in the area of intralogistics. In recent months, the project team has completed one of the largest retrofit projects in the history of TGW.

    From the central Aesculap logistics hub to the north-west of Lake Constance, doctors and hospitals all over the world are supplied with surgical instruments, implants, and special products for vascular diagnostics. A team of TGW specialists has significantly expanded and upgraded this distribution center built in 2008. Thanks to dynamic processes and a high degree of automation, the overall performance of the system is now twice as high.

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