As part of its European expansion, French developer and manufacturer of automated logistics robots SCALLOG has signed a commercial partnership agreement with Swiss company Stöcklin Logistik AG.
With around 530 employees worldwide, sales of around 130 million euros and 12 subsidiaries, the global player in intralogistics offers complete turnkey systems in the field of warehouse logistics and automated warehouse management, from high-bay warehouses to cooling systems, including AGVs, WMSs, WCSs, etc.
This cooperation is part of SCALLOG's strategy to accelerate the marketing of its Goods to Person solutions and to strengthen its presence in Switzerland. In doing so, the French company relies on the experience and intralogistics know-how of the family-owned company Stöcklin Logistik AG, which was founded in 1934.
As Rémi Badaroux, International Business Manager of SCALLOG, explains,
"This partnership is part of our commitment to strengthen our presence in the high-potential Swiss market, where the expected growth of e-commerce is estimated to be worth more than 19.3 billion Swiss francs in 2025 and 400,000 m2 of additional logistics space, according to CBRE. Swiss companies are already using our Goods to Person solutions to automate their warehouse picking, including Farmy, which is shaking up the Swiss online grocery market." He further adds, "This agreement allows us to rely on a renowned player in high-performance intralogistics such as systems integrator Stöcklin to accelerate the commercialization of our robotic solutions and establish retail order picking automation in Swiss warehouses."
Swiss systems integrator Stöcklin Logistik AG stands out for its wide range of high-performance intralogistics solutions, from automated storage and picking systems and software to handling and lifting equipment, which it implements according to the needs and requirements of its customers. Stöcklin Logistik AG is also dominant in the field of temperature-controlled high-bay warehouses, which are widely used in Switzerland. The company offers its customers in all industries customized intralogistics solutions with high added value that can store and transport thousands or even hundreds of thousands of pallets or containers.
Domenico Palombo, Head of French-speaking markets at Stöcklin adds:
"This partnership with SCALLOG, with whom we share a cultural proximity and common values, allows us to enrich our intralogistics offer with a robotic solution that is decidedly agile, has a fast ROI (return on investment) and covers new specific needs. In fact, SCALLOG's Goods to Person solution is the ideal technological alternative for any company that wants to take a first step towards automated picking in its existing warehouse."
"With this new partnership, we hope to conquer new customer profiles in a very dynamic e-commerce market."
Founded in 2013, French company SCALLOG designs, manufactures and markets robotic solutions for logistics to increase warehouse flexibility and productivity for 3PL, e-commerce, distribution and industrial companies. Faced with the changing needs of BtoC and BtoB customers, especially in terms of product availability and delivery, SCALLOG's solution guarantees to speed up order preparation and cushion order peaks while reducing workload and smoothing investments. The "Goods to Man" product line, which includes the best of "intelligent" decision-making and execution software and mobile robotics, meets the needs of logistics operators for more flexibility in order preparation and greater integration of automation in their warehouses. With more than 50 references and a significant capital raising, SCALLOG, pioneer of scalable and flexible logistics robotics, aims to accelerate its development in Europe and internationally.