Scallog robotics are key to Groupe Blondel’s performance at the Airbus site in Rochefort, in response to dynamic growth in aerospace logistics! As
French logistics robotics start-up Scallog is speeding up its growth across Germany and throughout north-western Europe!
To shore up its presence in Germany, which represents some 25% of the European logistics market, Scallog will be presenting its Goods-To-Man solutions at the LogiMAT Show. These have already been deployed at Decathlon’s site in Mannheim in a bid to maximise efficiency and logistics agility. Scallog is also speeding up its growth in the Benelux countries, Switzerland… and soon in the UK!
Scheduled to open in spring 2023, the new logistics centre of the prestigious COVERGUARD brand will process orders from BtoB clients based mainly in France and western Europe. Environmentally-friendly by design, the new storage and distribution facility will be partly automated with SCALLOG robot solutions to turbocharge productivity, improve working conditions and absorb the surge in small orders!
2022 is the year set for the international expansion of SCALLOG, a logistic robotics start-up ‘made in France’!
All signals are go for SCALLOG’s growth worldwide: Initial deployments in the United States and Canada, in partnership with BASTIAN Solutions, and more and more projects in new European countries that include Italy, Denmark and also France!
SCALLOG is supported by the intralogistics specialist SPAN to accelerate its development in the Middle East.
During the Dubai World Expo where French innovation shines, SCALLOG agreed to enter into a partnership agreement with recognised intralogistics expert SPAN to market their “Goods to Man” robotic solutions in the Middle East, particularly in Egypt and the Arabian Peninsula, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia. It marks SCALLOG’s desire to develop in a market with strong development potential, in search of innovative solutions to build the logistics of the future by capitalising on a regional base, expertise in logistics, numerous references and a long-term relationship with SPAN.
Scallog robotics at Newpharma: a unique realisation in collaboration with Smart Technics, Colruyt Group’s innovation pool
Scallog is announcing a new contract in Belgium for robotization of the new logistics platform operated by Newpharma, the Belgian online pharmacy that serves 1 million customers in 12 countries across Europe. The deployment of Scallog’s Goods-to-Person robotics solution at Newpharma’s new distribution centre, which spans 20,000 sq.m and can be expanded to 50,000 sq.m, is scheduled for the fall of 2021 and will be overseen by Smart Technics Ventures, the innovation unit at Colruyt Group
WESCO provides happiness for children, with furniture, games and sports material specially designed for their needs. The logistics hub of this french specialist for the joy of kids manages 15 000 references that are sold in 60 countries. Following a strong sales increase, WESCO has doubled its automatized warehouse zone. From now on, 24 Boby robots from Scallog ensure that warehouse operators double their order preparation efficiency.
The eFood sector enjoyed big success during the Covid-lockdown. Farmy’s clients got so strongly convinced by the high quality of the products, that they continue to fill their shopping cart by the online market site. In order to be able to ensure quick order preparation and in order to optimize the available storage space in its Zurich-based warehouse, Farmy chose the support of high performance goods to person robots from Scallog.
Fluctuating flow rates and the faster pace of work in warehouses can be a source of stress for workers, who often suffer from musculoskeletal disorders. Reducing the need for movement and repetitive gestures is becoming essential to preserving the health of the men and women who prepare orders. Goods-to-person robotics offers a way to combine ergonomics and safety with productivity. (Expert article by Olivier Rochet, CEO of Scallog)
The cosmetics industry is traditionally a major driver in french economy. Despite a decline in exports caused by the pandemic, the sector’s total revenues of €15.7 billion in 2020 still guarantee a leading position with a 24% share in the global cosmetics market . The exceptional circumstances due to Covid amplified online sales and new purchasing practices. Goods to man solutions allow cosmetic professionals to cope with the new challenges. (Expert talk by Hugues Sterlin, Director of Operations, Scallog)