Stöcklin Logistik AG

Stöcklin Logistik AG


4143 Aesch

Since 1934 the Swiss Stöcklin Group has been working in partnership with its customers to provide innovative, specifically tailored logistics solutions worldwide.

We have a wealth of experience in the integration of intralogistics systems, supporting our customers from the planning and development phase right up to delivery of complete, turnkey systems. Because we produce almost everything in-house, we can offer conveying and storage systems for a wide range of load carriers as well as floor handling equipment to guarantee to our customer’s efficient, reliable and cost effective operation.

Our product portfolio includes:

Material Handling and Storage Systems
- General contractor for logistic systems and associated sub- systems such as racking, facades, sprinkler, robots, loading docks, etc.
- Complete turnkey systems comprising major components, such as:

+ cranes with their plc control
+ conveyor systems with their plc control
+ SW for material flow control systems incl. displays

+ SW for warehouse management systems

all in ambient and deep freeze temperature
- New plants
- Modernization of existing systems
- Conveyor systems and rack feeders
- Lifetime-Support (Customer Service, Maintenance, Helpdesk Support 24/7)

Fork Lift Trucks
- Hand pallet trucks
- Electric pallet trucks
- Forklifts
- Lift trucks ATEX proved
- Special editions
- Pharmaceutical execution GMP
- Loading bridge
- Fleet management
- Automated Guided Vehicles


Product news

  • IT landscape harmonized, intermediate transports automated

    At the Ostermundigen site, Stöcklin Logistik has carried out a reorganization for Emmi Schweiz AG at the intralogistics level and has further increased the flexibility of processes. In the course of this reorganization, the StöcklinWCS (warehouse control system) was modified to meet the needs and rolled out to other functional areas. At the same time, goods transport between the two high bay warehouses - originally performed manually and thus very time-consuming - was automated within a time frame of four months. Since April 2018, this is now handled by two automated guided vehicles type EAGLE ANT.


  • Aiming high... or when you're running out of space

    Across from Basel’s new landmark, the Roche Building 1, Stöcklin has enhanced the present logistics center in the pharmaceutical company’s facility to include a high bay warehouse divided into two different climate zones and all connected by automatic conveying equipment. This vertical expansion project was implemented so that the normal operations could continue and was also done to include auditing for compliance with Roche strict requirements for the logistics software with regards to the material flow control according to the rules laid down in their “Good Distribution Practice” (GDP).


  • Sustainable process solution for frozen french fries

    The joint venture Lamb Weston Belaya Dacha has invested 115 million euros in the construction of a new, cutting-edge factory to produce french fries in the Russian city of Lipetsk. Attached is a deep-freeze, high-bay storage warehouse that will be used for the distribution to McDonald’s restaurants across the country—from Moscow to Murmansk.


  • Appropriate Storage Now Available for Both Solids and Liquids

    Bachem AG has put a new central warehouse into operation in Bubendorf near Basel. The facility is divided into two sections. The fully automatic high-bay warehouse for solids is usually operated under normal conditions, whereas the liquid material warehouse ensures the proper storage and handling of the highly flammable substances, which are stored in IBC tanks in accordance with ATEX guidelines. As a design and implementation partner, Stöcklin Logistik AG was there for every step of the project and also ensured the necessary connection was established between the StöcklinWMS system and SAP WM.


  • Three new smart team players

    The Früh Verpackungstechnik AG [Früh Packaging Company] in Fehraltorf, Switzerland, has been using three automated guided vehicles (AGV’s) by Stöcklin Logistik AG since the end of 2016. The basic version of the EAGLE ANT limits the scope of features to what is actually required, without irrelevant frills. This reduction to basics promises a quick return on investment and is also extremely easy to put into service.


  • Thrifty transport talent for energetic purposes

    The Swiss Holenstein Group has expanded its fleet of fork lifts at Wil near St. Gallen to include six Stöcklin drawbar units equipped with Li-ion technology. Since October 2017, this new equipment has proven itself in hard, practical use. Thanks to the integrated energy system, the batteries can be recharged in a maximum of two hours. In comparison to solutions using conventional lead-acid batteries, this technology has made it possible to significantly reduce the number of battery changes as well as the power consumption.