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As an international medium-sized company, Paul Vahle GmbH & Co. KG is highly dependent on smooth export processes. With the introduction of a new ERP system, processes in the export department became more complicated. The company therefore decided to start using the already existing AEB export software again and to integrate it into the new IT environment.
AEB’s customs management solution helps e-commerce and retail logistics full service provider arvato SCM solutions accelerate the management of its returns and properly clear Swiss fashion articles through customs.
Festo Microtechnology AG moved into a new production facility in 2013. The plant features an integrated logistics center supported by AEB’s ASSIST4 Warehouse Management. The system boasts a high level of adaptability – and a rapid implementation time, going live in just two weeks.
Erema, an Austrian manufacturer of recycling systems, uses AEB software to accelerate the proper classification of its components, manage supplier’s declarations, and ensure compliance in its exports. Erema ships its systems with proofs of preferential origin, thereby securing the competitiveness of its exports. Software integrated directly into the SAP® system lets the logistics department respond proactively and ship orders without delay.
Dürr Dental has long relied on the ASSIST4 global trade and logistics suite: for exports, for domestic and European shipping (including hazardous goods), for connections to transport service providers, and for automated freight cost calculation. The introduction of a new ERP system in mid-2014 offered the perfect opportunity to upgrade the entire system infrastructure and better integrate the AEB software with the ERP system. Dürr Dental will also achieve improved visibility across the flow of goods when it introduces the ASSIST4 Visibility & Collaboration Platform in 2015.
Tudor Rose International is Europe’s leading export market management company specialising in building brands around the world. In business for nearly 30 years, the innovative company mastered an ambitious IT modernisation project to streamline current operations and enable future growth. Tudor Rose International now relies on ASSIST4 to manage their end-to-end logistics from order confirmation to final delivery – including warehouse operations, customs processing and time slot management.
The GEA Westfalia Separator Group uses the ASSIST4 software to ship and export its new equipment and replacement parts. Management sees significant future savings potential as processes are further refined.
Premium Warehousing Ltd, a British warehousing and logistics handling provider, serves a wide range of clients from small businesses to blue chip companies including Carlsberg UK, John Lewis, Weetabix and BMW. Implementing AEB’s software solution EMCS||XPRESS resulted in faster processing of excise goods under duty suspension, increased efficiencies and cost reductions.
ALBIS PLASTIC GmbH, a leader in the distribution and compounding of thermoplastics in Europe, now manages its exports with greater speed and
security thanks to AEB software.
AEB's ASSIST4 ensures that customers and transport service providers are seamlessly integrated into the EPCOS logistics processes, resulting in shorter lead times and enhanced supply chain performance at significantly lower cost.
Infineon sends out 1.5 million shipments of wafers and chips a year
from its production sites to its three distribution centers in Europe,
Asia, and the United States – and onward to its end customers. To ensure
these shipments are processed smoothly and without errors, Infineon
workers at fourteen sites in eight countries rely on the ASSIST4 software suite.
ASSIST4 monitors shipments and ensures smooth logistics, customs and compliance workflows for Rosenberger, a leading global manufacturer of RF connectors, who supplies big-name global players in various industries including communications, automotive, medical technology, electronics, and data systems.
AMADA GmbH, leading manufacturer of machines, tools and equipment for sheet metal fabrication, now manages its entire supply chain with ASSIST4. As a result, the picking capacity has increased by between 4-6%, and AMADA runs its supply chain pro-actively, providing even better service to its customers.
BAUER machinery is used at major construction sites around the world to prepare foundations that last. Since 2009, the BAUER Group has turned to Stuttgart-based software developer AEB to manage its logistics IT, laying a solid foundation to ensure compliance in imports and exports.
Karl Wörwag GmbH & Co. KG has relied on AEB software for 16 years, making the paint company a pioneer in the use of specialized solutions for export and freight cost management. And AEB software continues to meet all the needs of the company to this very day.
The entire warehouse process—from goods receipt to stock putaway, from picking and stock removal to packing, from complete freight document preparation to loading—is mapped by the transport and warehouse management software ASSIST4.
Leading global medical technology company uses AEB’s fully outsourced Freight Audit solution to optimize freight costs.
Stabilus is a manufacturer of gas springs headquartered in Koblenz, Germany. As an automotive supplier, Stabilus must adhere to strict shipping standards. The ASSIST4 global trade and logistics suite has enabled the nearly 80-year-old enterprise to streamline its shipping processes and steadily increase quality.
For reliable, on-time delivery of implants and orthopedic products, Zimmer International Logistics turns to the logistics suite from AEB.
The maker of sport utility vehicles uses AEB’s SaaS solution, COMPLIANCE||XPRESS, to secure its supply chain.
The global market leader for surgical products relies on the AEB ASSIST4 suite to coordinate worldwide distribution of its medical products from a state-of-the-art logistics center in Tuttlingen, Germany.
AEB’s ASSIST4 software is deployed at a total of 28 packing stations. Aesculap set up five different types of packing station to accommodate its various packing needs. Read the success story to learn about the types of packing stations at which Aesculap prepares its shipments.
The European Logistics Center of Techtronic Industries (TTI), the parent company that manufactures brands such as the AEG power tools, houses some 25,000 parts. ASSIST4 is used to prepare 1,000 shipments daily – some 4,000 delivery note items – at 17 packing stations. Power tools with brands such as AEG, Milwaukee, Ryobi, and Homelite are shipped out to Switzerland, Norway, Poland, Russia, and Australia. The AEB software ensures that all country- and customer-specific requirements are met.