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CooperVision sees further with Savoye

February 11, 2019

CooperVision, one of world’s leaders in the production and distribution of soft contact lenses and its complimentary products and services, puts its trust in Savoye to accompany them throughout their growth process in Europe.    Since 1980, CooperVision, the specialist in the production and distribution of soft contact lenses, has shipped its products to more than 100 countries with the ambition to enhance the vision of its patients and to serve professionals in ophthalmic healthcare in the entire world. To achieve this, they have four production sites and three –soon four- international distribution centers. From their location in Herstal, Belgium, they service, on a daily basis, customers from all the way in the south of Italy to the Scandinavian region, passing by countries such as France, Germany, Austria and Poland. In this pan European distribution center they stock 120.000 references and manage 30.000 orders per day a D+1 and D+2 delivery regime. They are actually equipped with 2 different picking systems in an 18.000 m² warehouse, which will soon be enlarged through the acquisition of a neighboring warehouse of 5.000 m².   An intralogistic solution to support the development   To be able to optimize this new available space and to manage the growth of 6% per year of the volumes, CooperVision has put its trust in the expertise of Savoye, designer and provider of complete logistics solutions. « We met Savoye in 2017. They were at the right spot at the right time as we just acquired the warehouse and wanted to install a system to optimize our logistics. After we consulted several companies, we realized very quickly that the shuttle system proposed by Savoye, was the best match for our expectations », explains Cédric SCHALEBROODT, Director Distribution Operations at CooperVision.   With the purpose of increasing the stock density and improving the ergonomics of the operator’s work stations by avoiding the double manipulation of the products, on top of the overall increase of the total performance, CooperVision has chosen to implement the robotized Goods-To-Person solution for order preparation INTELIS PTS by SAVOYE.

  A scalable solution for a continuous improvement   Foreseen for a go live at the end of the first quarter of 2020, the INTELIS PTS solution will consist of 5 aisles, 26 levels for 68.640 locations and 130 shuttles. This installation will enable the company to experience a time gain, a productivity enhancement and a higher level of flexibility: « Right now our process time is three hours. We expect to reduce this by 50%. By having a later cut off, we will, de facto, increase our customer satisfaction », states Cédric SCHALEBROODT. These objectives lead CooperVision to pursue a long term collaboration with SAVOYE: « Their teams listened very well to our needs and we were seduced by their implication and motivation. We hope to kick off a long term and durable relationship to continue to enhance our installations and processes », concludes Cédric SCHALEBROODT.      
CooperVision sees further with Savoye
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Wing gains altitude with the maGistor WMS from A-SIS

February 07, 2019

Since its startup 3 years ago, the logistics provider for the e-commerce and specialist of the first mile, Wing has equipped its DC’s with maGistor WMS from A-SIS, the software brand for the supply chain by Savoye.      Since the creating of the company in 2015, Wing has offered the e-commerce companies and retailers the possibility to manage in a simple way their logistic processes and despatches of their orders. The company has developed an omni channel solution where products, bought online from stores such as The Kooples, vente-privée.com (soon to be Veepee.com) and Zadig & Voltaire, are picked up, wrapped and despatched. « We use the cross dock principle and have to take care of a very instable flow of orders that come in, are sorted, picked, wrapped and shipped from one of our 4 warehouses. In the end, we are capable of sending 6000 orders per day from a 1500 m² surface », explains Clément KUHN, Chief Operations Officer at Wing. Already in use in Paris and Marseille, this solution will soon be available in Lyon and Bordeaux. To be able to follow and support this strong increase in activities, the company wished to implement a warehouse management system that was able to support them throughout this process of important growth.   Flexibility and Reliability at the service of growth   « During the last 2 months of 2018, the number of despatched parcels from our main hub in Saint-Denis has increased by more than 150%. », declares Clément KUHN. To be able to sustain such a hyper growth, the company has contacted and analyzed around 10 WMS providers. Finally they have chosen the maGistor software from A-SIS, which they found the most reliable and flexible: « It was the solution that had the best fit with our activities. All our needs were met by the richness of the functionalities, the easy parameterization, the user friendliness and of course the economical aspect », testifies Clément KUHN.    Wing, who was formerly equipped by an in-house developed solution, will implement the WMS in 2 phases: the first one, which is being implemented at this moment, will focus on the traditional operations and the development of new storage services. The second part, foreseen for the next semester, will add new types of flows.     Optimize the internal organization and the logistic services and gain in productivity   The installation of maGistor will initially enable the development team at Wing to concentrate on the front office applications, which is their core competence, and will offer a more efficient interface with the CMS software for the creation of internet sites. From a logistics point of view, the company expects a better traceability of the parcels as well as a gain in productivity of the teams on all the sites.  
Wing gains altitude with the maGistor WMS from A-SIS
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Savoye is hitting new heights for the needs of Würth Elektronik

January 15, 2019

SAVOYE, the global logistic solutions designer and integrator, has installed a customised version of its INTELIS mechanised line to support the growth of the electronic and electromechanical component specialist, Würth Elektronik.
 
 
Würth Elektronik produces electronic and electromechanical components, printed circuits and smart control and power systems and distributes them to the European market every day from its site at Jonage (69) on the outskirts of Lyon. For this, it has a 6,000 m2 mechanised warehouse in which are installed very high palletised storage solutions and a traditional shelving system on two levels. To support its growth and thus go even further in terms of efficiency, Würth Elektronik wished to mechanise its order picking flows, that the company intends to achieve without hindrance to the circulation of its operations. Fully aware that it is taking a technical gamble, the subsidiary of the German group Würth is calling on SAVOYE, the French intralogistics specialist: "The request was to deliver an installation with the smallest possible footprint on the ground. We therefore suggested a suspended conveyor system, served by automatic injection of packages onto the collection line", details Thierry Paire, Commercial Solutions Engineer with SAVOYE.
 
One solution, two mechanised lines
The project installed by SAVOYE is based mainly on its fully electric plug and play INTELIS CONVEY. A first mechanised line, called Upstream Collector run by a WCS and monitored by their own WMS is fed by three automatic injector/ejector lifts. These are tasked with absorbing as far as possible the differences in bin flows between picking components and checking them in the stations provided for this purpose. Lifts serve the ground floor and the mezzanine level whilst the loop collects the picked orders and routes them towards six checking stations allocated by the WMS. Lastly, four packing stations supply a mechanised line called Shipment Sorting feeding seven channels specific to the carriers.
 
Above-ground solution serving work station ergonomics
Delivered in 2017 and in operation for one year, the SAVOYE solution, apart from its ability to process a broad quantity and variation of packages, was installed above ground, on the Würth Elektronik operating site. Complicated to implement, but achieved with no interruption to the processes. "Würth Elektronik attaches huge importance to ergonomics and respect of the working conditions of its operators and the conveyors could in no way obstruct their circulation in the warehouse. They were finally won over by the technical functionalities, the flexibility and the productivity provided by our solution", ends Thierry Paire.

Savoye is hitting new heights for the needs of Würth Elektronik
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A-SIS provides Parfums Christian Dior with the essence of its warehouse and flow management expertise

January 02, 2019

For more than 15 years, the publisher of supply chain software, A-SIS, a SAVOYE brand that engineers and integrates automated and robotic logistics solutions, has been assisting the prestigious Parfums Christian Dior brand with its international development, in the form of a core model automation project.
  
The story began in 2003 when the legendary Maison Parfums Christian Dior decided to replace the WMS at its International Distribution Centre in Saint Jean de Braye (45). It is here that almost 3,500 orders, mainly perfumes and cosmetics, are picked every day and despatched to the four corners of the world. In order to optimise storage, picking and shipping of these worldwide orders, A-SIS’s teams installed the warehouse management solution WMS LM7. An initial strategic collaboration that would prove fruitful as it resulted, several years later in 2012, in a new project for retrofitting its mechanized system. This provided the opportunity for the publisher to implement its LM WCS tool, which is responsible for managing all of the centre's facilities: “For reasons of uniformity in terms of tools and processes, we introduced a WCS solution enabling all its automated equipment and systems to be controlled. It, therefore, relies on a single service provider that is able to keep up with its future developments,” explains Brice POZZOLI, International Development Manager at A-SIS.
 
A global and modular solution
In order to accelerate the automation of its Saint Jean de Braye site, the luxury brand once again called on A-SIS. This time, the project involved automating the picking of complete packages and establishing “goods-to-man” stations for retail picking. To do this, A-SIS performed a migration from WMS LM7 to its warehouse and flow management solution for large companies, LMxt. On a daily basis, Maison Parfums Christian Dior’s Saint Jean de Braye site relies on this new tool to manage all of its flows, from goods inwards to order despatch, including storage and order picking. Combined with LMxt, the WCS module controls automated equipment, while the LM Label module covers printing and transport, thereby guaranteeing a continuous connection with carriers. As an extension to this global solution, LM Tracking, a web portal ensuring the traceability of deliveries of the brand’s orders, will soon be incorporated.
 
A multi-site core model vision
The question of a large-scale core model project was raised as part of this migration to LMxt and the automation operation. A-SIS is already involved in its client’s development with the installation of WMS Magistor at several distribution platforms in the Asia-Pacific region (China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Australia and Thailand) and in Mexico, and has also deployed the LMxt solution on behalf of its client at its regional distribution platform in Singapore, which is also equipped with a “goods-to-man” system. “Implementing a global and repeatable solution has resulted in the closer involvement of teams, facilitated the maintenance of systems and tools and, thereby, increased the efficiency of our client’s international supply chain,” says Brice POZZOLI. “It also offers us the opportunity to demonstrate our ability to support our clients in their international development. A-SIS has the teams and resources needed to successfully complete these large-scale projects. ”

A-SIS provides Parfums Christian Dior with the essence of its warehouse and flow management expertise
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A-SIS, logistics sponsor of Emmaüs Défi

December 04, 2018

A-SIS, a SAVOYE brand that publishes and integrates software solutions, has embarked on a socially responsible project. Since the month of May 2018, the company has been making its expertise and tools available to the Emmaüs Défi association.    In order to assist the social innovation laboratory, Emmaüs Défi, with its various activities, the publisher A-SIS has made a commitment to implement its maGistor software, while also incorporating its related benefits and services. Brought together by the Consultancy Firm, Metis Consulting, the two companies are working to ensure optimum control of all Emmaüs Défi’s Parisian warehouse's logistics processes as well as the teams working for l’Équipage, a reintegration enterprise specialising in transport and logistics.    “As a change management partner for Emmaüs Défi, Metis Consulting opted for A-SIS and maGistor WMS because of its agility and ease of implementation. At the same time, A-SIS has also been recognised for its training expertise with the installation of a number of its solutions by AFPA (the National Association for Adult Vocational Training) and at the Université Paul Fournier in Montluçon for training logistics students,” explains Bruno LACOSTE, A-SIS Sales Manager.   Professionalising and supporting a key player in the socially responsible economy Covering an area of 3,247 m², Emmaüs Défi’s warehouse is located in Rungis (94), in premises provided by Sogaris. L’Equipage handles good inwards, storage, order picking and the delivery of household goods for the Banque Solidaire de l’Equipement, a programme that enables vulnerable people moving into their first long-term home to very quickly purchase new and essential low-cost appliances and furnishings. More than 4,000 families have already been helped by the Banque Solidaire de l’Equipement. The Equipage teams also take care of the logistics of neighbourhood collections. The maGistor software is available in SaaS mode and will facilitate management of all these processes, stock control and the optimisation of order picking.   To this end, a dedicated Project Manager has been supporting the Équipage teams on a daily basis since May 2018. System configuration, increased mobility thanks to the donation of radio-frequency terminals… A-SIS is assisting with the professional training of seven reintegrated employees.    By means of this socially responsible partnership with A-SIS, Emmaüs Défi’s Equipage team is intending to become a visible player in local transport in the Ile-de-France, serving companies seeking to combine social responsibility with economic performance when managing their logistics.  
A-SIS, logistics sponsor of Emmaüs Défi
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ID Logistics and A-SIS, a logistic and collaborative success story

November 26, 2018

Both French companies have been partners since 2011. A-SIS, a SAVOYE brand that publishes and integrates supply chain software solutions and ID Logistics, a contract logistics specialist, have pooled their expertise to break through into international markets.    Seven years ago, ID Logistics, a major player in the logistics' sector, decided to go into partnership with the software publisher A-SIS because of its well-known expertise in preparing retail orders. This collaboration has since gone from strength to strength helped by the purchase of CEPL, a retail logistics provider, by ID Logistics in 2013. As A-SIS was already a partner of CEPL, they were entrusted with missions covering all of ID Logistics’ fields of expertise and as such were able to assist the French logistics company in its strategic development in the retail world and in retail order preparation, giving rise to a privileged relationship in France and abroad.   A partnership consolidated by an international context  Located in 18 countries worldwide, the ID Logistics group relies on A-SIS’ help for a dozen of its international contracts. As early as 2014, the two companies worked together to equip sites in Germany, Benelux, Morocco and Russia. In the retail, FMCG and cosmetic sectors to name but a few, the software publisher, due to its wide range of solutions, has been able to offer flexible processes suited to manually-operated warehouses as well as highly-mechanised ones.    Today, with 27 of its warehouses equipped with LMxt WMS from A-SIS, ID Logistics covers all of its clients’ needs through core-model thinking and next generation solutions.  “With A-SIS by our side, 100% of our project startups are fully controlled and hitch free. This means that we can control our processes, ensure real-time visibility for our clients and increase our daily productivity,” explains Laurent CONDAMINE, IT Systems Director for ID Logistics.   A proactive co-development approach ID Logistics has also found in its software publisher a common commitment to technological development: “Our partnership with A-SIS feeds our quest for innovation. It assists us with our technology watch, with support and pre-sales as well as through workshops, enabling us to meet the needs of our contracts and clients as fully as possible,” continues Laurent CONDAMINE. On the strength of this association, the rhythm of new projects between the two companies has accelerated.  As a result, they have just won a new contract in western France that should start as early as December 2019.  “Our relationship with ID Logistics has built up over time. ID Logistics is a demanding client who appreciates the commitment of our teams. We share common values and ambitions that enable us to assist key international accounts, wherever they need us. Our joint history has only just begun,”concludes Evelyne RAYNAUD, Development and Product Director at A-SIS.   
ID Logistics and A-SIS, a logistic and collaborative success story
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MACHINE LEARNING: A-SIS PRESENTS ITS VIEW CONCERNING THE USES AND THE FUTURE OF THIS TECHNOLOGY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN

November 08, 2018

Machine Learning consists in analysing data and behaviour to find correlations. 
  Taking flight with the emergence of Big Data and the increase in computing capacity, Machine Learning interprets data and provides insights. It uses algorithms that learn iteratively from previous and current analyses to predict the future.   A-SIS believes that exploring Big Data and Machine Learning is the way of the future and has been pursuing research and development in this field for a few years now. 
  Evelyne RAYNAUD, Directrice Produit A-SIS, says that the company now built an Operational Research & Data Science department. The staff includes doctors of Applied Data Science and Optimisation.  « One look at this technology’s many applications tells us that this is not just a fad or trend, but in fact something that will revolutionize our daily lives, notes Evelyne RAYNAUD. The Supply Chain, far from being outdone, is an ideal field to apply Machine Learning: managing stocks, customer relations, demand prediction, purchasing, production scheduling, logistics, etc.» We have now built an Operational Research & Data Science department. The staff includes doctors of Applied Data Science and Optimisation.  Three main areas have emerged from a study of possible use cases of Machine Learning. These areas are now being further explored. “We believe that Machine Learning can help plan resources based on load predictions. Continues Evelyne Raynaud. This involves using the data mined from the WMS to understand the daily experience of the warehouse over time to predict the need for resources. Machine Learning’s added value is that it makes it possible to look for resources before they are needed to anticipate peak periods.” Another application is anticipating picking stock shortages and optimising resupply. Picking resupply can be better organised based on the warehouse’s history, and stock shortages can be avoided altogether. This also provides continuity in the preparation process. “The final application we have identified is making quality control sampling at reception even more relevant, concludes the Product Director at A-SIS. Machine Learning can improve upon the traditional criteria to select the parts to check and improve quality control as a whole.” These applications will soon be offered as part of our solutions.   
MACHINE LEARNING: A-SIS PRESENTS ITS VIEW CONCERNING THE USES AND THE FUTURE OF THIS TECHNOLOGY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN
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LMxt from A-SIS, growth facilitator for service provider PORTMANN LOGISTICS

September 10, 2018

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Supporting its clients in their continuous growth and development: that was the ambition of Alsatian logistics company PORTMANN in calling on A-SIS, Savoye's software publishing brand, for its warehouse management systems.   With turnover of 145 million euros in 2017, presence in France (4 sites), Luxembourg, and Poland, the PORTMANN Group is a transportation, chartering, logistics, and flow control (4PL) specialist boasting some impressive developments. A virtuous circle that also concerns its subsidiary Portmann Logistics, a logistics services specialist. For the best possible response to the growth and development of its customers, whilst extending its know-how to other prospects, the transportation and logistics provider therefore wanted to optimise information system management in its warehouses.    An answer to the constraint of the multi-client site The first site concerned was Brie-Comte-Robert (77), with surface area of 16,000 m2. This site houses the activities of Portmann Logistics' main clients: Autodistribution, Bostik, and Motul. Three clients with different logistics processes and needs: faultless quality, traceability and reactivity for the first, reliability and customisation of processes for the second, and adaptation to daily volume changes for the third. "To support our growth and those of our customers, we thought it was essential to change our WMS in order to improve our performance and our services," explains Sylvain Duthil, Site Manager at Portmann Logistics. The service provider there launched an invitation to tender in late 2017. After consulting several big names in the sector, it finally chose software solution publisher and integrator A-SIS and its WMS LMxt, enriched with the LM Connect and LM DGM functions. "The reasons that drove us to choose LMxt relate to how easy it is to configure and how quickly you can learn to use it, as well as the fact that it is modular and can adapt to all different types of process and constraint. Finally, the businesslike approach of the project teams, their professionalism and ability to understand our requirements were a big factor in determining our choice," add Sylvain Duthil and Luc Gruhn, Director of Information Services at Portmann.    A complete and modular offering The Brie-Comte-Robert site is subject to the Seveso III directive and therefore also required a tool capable of perfectly managing the storage and transportation of hazardous materials. A-SIS was able to satisfy this requirement thanks to the LM DGM module dedicated to the management of regulatory constraints related to this type of process and product. In parallel, in order to improve the EDI flows of its client Autodistribution, the service provider also decided to acquire the LM Connect module. Enriched with both of its modules, LMxt will be able to optimise nearly 400 order preparations, 5000 lines, and the shipping of 12,000 packages every day. "LMxt is now our go-to WMS. It will keep up with our growth and will be deployed on our three other sites as well as our future sites. In addition to the increased productivity we anticipate, it will allow us to enhance the value of our logistics offer on the market and embark on a controlled harmonisation of our processes," add Luc Mauchien, Director of Logistics Development for the Portmann Group. The project, whose deployment will begin in November 2018, will continue throughout the spring of 2019 for all clients on the Brie-Comte-Robert site of Portmann Logistics, and will then start to be deployed on the other logistics sites.  
LMxt from A-SIS, growth facilitator for service provider PORTMANN LOGISTICS
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A logistics system equal to Flauraud’s new ambitions

August 31, 2018

Flauraud, a PGA subsidiary and a major player in the European spare parts, automobile services and accessories distribution market, chose the expertise of SAVOYE (and its software editor A-SIS) which specialises in advising on, designing, manufacturing and integrating complete intralogistic solutions, to automate its nation-wide logistics platform in Clermont-Ferrand (France).   Flauraud, a multi-brand automobile spare parts distributor, fortified by joining the PGA Motors group two years ago and confronted by a competitive market in which it wanted to increase its market share, decided to undertake the ambitious project of modernising its logistics platform in Clermont-Ferrand. Keen to meet the demands of its clients more efficiently and to make the distribution of its products more reliable, the company chose SAVOYE, an integrator of comprehensive logistics solutions, and its software editor brand A-SIS to automate its 16,000 m2 site.   Specific expertise serving comprehensive solutions... SAVOYE and A-SIS developed a comprehensive project for Flauraud from the consulting stage to organising the changeover and automating its logistics tools. Launched in January 2018 the project included installing equipment and solutions tailored to meet the distributor’s needs: “ Spare parts logistics involves a certain number of specific constraints including pull flows, a wide range of references from outsize ones to small ones and constraints due to storing hazardous or flammable products. Our SAVOYE teams’ expertise in this sector enabled us to offer Flauraud a comprehensive, turnkey solution from setting up the internal logistics, to managing the changeover, to automating packaging and integrating mezzanines and software solutions” explains, Gilles Charpille, Sales Engineer for A-SIS.   ...For long-term development Flauraud found SAVOYE’s comprehensive solutions as well as its expertise in the field attractive. For the mechanisation, the INTELIS CONVEY range, dedicated to handling trays and packages and made up of plug&play conveying modules for quick and upgradeable roll-out, was put in place and two mezzanines each measuring 1,600 m2 were created. For the software, WMS LMxt was chosen to ensure storage and order preparation optimisation. Business Intelligence tools, including the integration platform B2B LM Connect, enable Flauraud to interface with its partners (suppliers, transporters, clients) to facilitate communication between the different applications of its information system. Quality, weight and automatic timing control tools have been added to the above systems guaranteeing the transfer and conformity of the parts for storage and distribution. “Our solution aims to provide Flauraud with concrete productivity gains as well as an increase in flows and volumes on a like for like basis.  This new logistics tool will enable Flauraud to meet the demands of its increased development and new ambitions. We are going to continue our close partnership beyond the technical project to help Flauraud in training its teams and in fully adopting this project culture” says Denis Rochette, Sales Engineer for Savoye.  
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A brand new way for Savoye to create world-class intralogistics player

July 06, 2018

Order picking machines
Dijon, 5 July 2018 — Groupe Legris Industries’ Savoye Division, a provider of comprehensive intralogistics solutions incorporating both software and robotics, is set to be acquired by the Noblelift industrial investment fund, which was set up by Noblelift Intelligent Equipment Co. Ltd (Noblelift) and two other investors. The move will boost Savoye’s growth by expanding its access to global intralogistics markets—especially by giving it a presence in China, now on track to become the world’s largest market. Savoye will also continue its current deployment in the United States.
Savoye Chairman Rémy Jeannin said: The tie-up with Noblelift reflects our focus on growth and will position Savoye as one of the top 20 intralogistics specialists worldwide. This move comes amid a wave of consolidation in the past few years, as world logistics players have pooled their strengths to stay competitive, offer the best technology and expand their global reach. At Savoye we agree with this strategy: to grow faster over the long term, we must broaden our scope.”
Noblelift Intelligent Equipment Co. Ltd is a public company listed in Shanghai Stock Exchange. Founded two decades ago, it is growing rapidly and holds leading positions in China. The two companies are an excellent match in terms of both geography and product ranges: Savoye is a leader in designing and assembling intralogistics solutions, with a focus on France and the rest of Europe, whereas Noblelift designs, produces and distributes forklifts and other logistics solutions, primarily in Asia and Europe. Once the acquisition is complete, Savoye will serve as the new entity’s technological hub and its pacesetter for innovation and research.
The proposed sale has been approved by employee representatives at Savoye, and the company’s management team will stay on. There will be no change to its organizational chart or to jobs or core structures at subsidiaries and production sites. The agreement will take effect once the buyer secures the necessary approvals from Chinese officials, and the deal is expected to be finalized in the second half of 2018.
Contacts:
FTI Consulting
Rémi Salvador: remi.salvador@fticonsulting.com / +33 1 47 03 68 11
Stanislas Mulliez : stanislas.mulliez@fticonsulting.com / +33 1 47 03 69 47
 
 
 
About Savoye
Savoye is a global designer and integrator of IT solutions, automated systems and other equipment for logistics hubs. It designs, manufactures, assembles and deploys automated equipment and IT, delivering customized solutions at every stage in the supply chain. These efforts are underpinned by synergies and expertise linked to strong brands that are well-known in France and abroad: A-SIS publishes Logistics Manager Suite, a full software suite covering OMS, WMS, WCS, TMS and EDI supply-chain solutions; INTELIS designs and manufactures mechanized and automated heavy- and light-load equipment used in order-picking, mechanized packaging and shipping, and warehousing; and PRODEX is a manufacturer’s brand specialized in dynamic warehousing and handling systems. A division of Groupe Legris Industries, Savoye has 609 employees and reported 2017 sales of €85 million. 
 
About Noblelift
Noblelift Intelligent Equipment Co. Ltd, is engaged primarily in research, development, manufacturing and sale of manual and electric-powered forklifts. The company focuses on three main products: small, light transport vehicles, electric warehouse/handling vehicles, and electric trucks used in handling, transport and warehousing. Products are sold at home in China and abroad. Noblelift has a workforce of 1,564 and reported sales of ¥2,120 million (€278 million) in 2017.
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