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)
Core to its strategy of innovating to differentiate itself and attract new clients, Belgian 3PL company Soditra-Logistic – spurred on by the success of its first project with Scallog – doubled the size of its goods-to-person picking facility in spring 2020.
To cement its presence in the Benelux countries – a key region for European logistics – Scallog has signed a sales agreement with ROBEX, proven experts in industrial robotics and packaging and palletizing process automation.
Expansion of its range with more than 1,000 new references, growth of BtoC / E-commerce and customer service excellence, Bricolux is counting on these levers to develop its turnover. And the prerequisite is an efficient and agile logistics, from storage to order preparation, with Goods to Man Scallog robotization !
First it was Europe, then the USA and now Brazil! In a move to accelerate international expansion, Scallog has signed a new commercial partnership with Cubicc, a specialist in optimised picking and packing across South America.
In view of its exponential growth (170% in 2020), Zürich-based online retailer FARMY has chosen Scallog’s Flexypick robotic solution to automate its logistics warehouse and help to deliver on its client promise: “fresh, organic produce delivered straight to your door” throughout Switzerland.
Under its strategy of international development, Scallog has signed a major commercial agreement with Bastian Solutions, an integrator and one of the world’s top 20 logistics automation solutions providers, to market the Scallog goods-to-person robots for warehouses on the other side of the Atlantic.
Winner in the “Best intralogistics, robotics and automation innovation” category at SITL 2020’s 20th Logistics Innovation awards, Scallog picked up an award on Monday 23 November for its Flexytote solution – which automates multi-bin transfer, and bin / box loading and unloading operations, speeding up order picking in warehouses.
Scallog’s Flexytote provides an alternative to traditional conveyor/trolley workflow systems. It automates multi-bin transfer and bin/box loading and unloading operations in warehouses, speeding up order picking. The arrival of a robotics solution putting automation within reach of all!