Hellmann Worldwide Logistics is launching three new Industry Solutions for growing sectors "Consumer Goods", "Technology" and "Industrial". With the additional offering of highly specialized logistics services for these individual industries, Hellmann is significantly expanding its services and optimizing processes along the entire value chain for its customers - from procurement, production, and distribution to returns processing and repair management. The three new so-called "verticals" complement Hellmann's five existing Industry Solutions which are already successfully established on the market for the automotive and cruise industries, the fashion and pharmaceutical industries, and producers of renewable energies.
While the "Consumer Goods" sector focuses primarily on global transportation solutions by providing the optimal combination of all available modes of transport as well as setting up online stores and providing support at the point of sale, the "Industrial" and "Technology" Industry Solutions will additionally provide traditional contract logistics services such as supply and returns management.
All Industry Solutions aim to cover the entire life cycle of products with end-to-end logistics concepts from a single source and thus meet the specific requirements of each sector. The "Technology" vertical is aimed particularly at manufacturers of consumer electronics, high-tech goods and robots. The "Industrial" vertical is targeted at producers of machinery, power and hand tools and producers of industrial electronic components. Consumer goods include products with comparatively short life cycles, such as toys, non-perishable foods, electrical and household appliances, as well as cosmetics and personal care products.
"With our three new Industry Solutions, we are taking another strategic step on our growth track. Based on our global infrastructure and the sophistication of our processes, we consistently develop individual logistics concepts for our customers, making us a reliable and future-oriented partner even in times of increasing demands," says Patrick Oestreich, Chief Commercial Officer, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics.