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Jungheinrich Expands Portfolio to Include SAP EWM Solutions

Jungheinrich Expands Portfolio to Include SAP EWM Solutions
October 10
07:46 2016

An ever growing number of companies are relying on SAP standard software to manage their processes along the entire logistics chain. In response to increased customer demand for manual and automatic warehouse management solutions that run under SAP, Jungheinrich has incorporated SAP EWM into its logistics system solutions. As part of the SAP Supply Chain Management system (SAP SCM), SAP EWM provides comprehensive process support for any type of warehouse.

Jungheinrich has thus decided in favour of an even stronger partnership with SAP, and can now completely connect its customers’ warehouse processes and technology – even in the most complex cases – within the context of SAP EWM. This is in addition to its proprietary Warehouse Management System, which already interfaces with SAP. This expanded IT expertise puts Jungheinrich in a position to provide the ideal warehouse technology and IT solutions for any type of warehouse – regardless of the size or degree of automation. Jungheinrich’s many years of experience and comprehensive expertise in planning, implementing and servicing logistics systems make it a one-stop shop for holistic, coordinated service packages.

“By taking SAP EWM into our portfolio of Warehouse Management solutions, Jungheinrich now offers its customers an even more flexible, adaptable solution for their logistics processes, especially for those customers who are committed to a 100% SAP IT strategy,” comments Dr Markus Heinecker, Managing Director of Jungheinrich Systemlösungen GmbH.

This certification represents a widening of Jungheinrich’s already outstanding process and implementation competence to encompass the SAP EWM logistics solution. The customer thus benefits from consistent support in the introduction of SAP EWM, from the initial planning stages and implementation right through to after-sales service from Jungheinrich.

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By expanding its portfolio and extending its SAP expertise to encompass SAP EWM, Jungheinrich has further extended its range of tailored solutions for effective, integrated logistics processes.

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