Hellmann establishes three new logistics solutions

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Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has established three new logistics solutions: Consumer Goods, Industrial and Technology.

The initiative aims to expand and strengthen Hellman’s business throughout the end-to-end logistics supply chain.

Hellmann Consumer Goods Logistics aims to ensure that manufacturers can operate at maximum capacity and deliver their products in stores on time with the aim of making supply chains becomes faster, more reliable and transparent.

“We offer end-to-end solutions for the consumer and FMCG industry with customised concepts for warehousing, the optimal combination of our four modes of transport and state-of-the-art IT systems for maximum transparency,” said Hellman.

Hellmann Industrial Logistics has also been set up to develop end-to-end solutions for customer supply chain processes, covering the entire life-cycle of products.

The company explained: “From inbound to reverse logistics, with our customised concepts for warehousing, contract logistics, and the optimal combination of our four modes of transport, Hellmann is there every step of the way for the entire life-cycle of your products.”

Lastly, Hellmann Technology Logistics has been designed to make supply chain processes more reliable and cost-efficient.

The division has been set up in response to supply chain disruptions, alongside an unstable political and economic climate faced by manufacturers.

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