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w3logistics turns 22!


Today, w3logistics AG celebrates its 22nd company anniversary. 22 years in which countless projects have been completed, the company has developed technologically and introduced many special products and services to the market.

However, there have not only been positive events. For example, the Corona pandemic was also a real challenge for us. Nevertheless, w3logistics remained true to the motto »100% mid-market« and completed each project with its customer-specific features without cutting back on communication and customer proximity.

In an industry with ever-increasing demands for warehouse optimisation, w3logistics, as an expert in software solutions for multi-user and manufacturing companies, always manages to offer customers effective and efficient solutions.

This is also possible thanks to our logistics suite w3/max, which has been a central component of our product portfolio since 2003. Since its market launch, the software has been continuously developed to meet new customer requirements. The logistics suite is also complemented by our image documentation solution w3/max S.N.A.P. This perfect combination ensures optimal control and monitoring of the logistical processes in our customers' operations.

Our company slogan »enabling technologies for logistics« is also reflected in our participation in numerous research projects, in which we are constantly working on making new technologies usable for our customers' logistics. We are currently researching the topic of »Smart Tracking«. You can find more information here.

Our goal remains to use our years of experience in the industry to successfully complete future projects through mutual trust and a professional approach.

Convince yourself of the competences of w3logistics AG and visit us at the upcoming trade fairs this month.

Here's to the next 22 years full of innovation, competence and customer friendliness – your w3logistics team

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