Logineering stands for Logistics Engineering – and that’s what we do. Planning logistics system is much more than selecting rack systems and connecting elements of automated technology. We are experts in warehouse automation and the planning of intralogistics systems. And we are looking forward to sharing our expertise with you.

What we can do for you

We are experts in warehouse automation and we offer our advice and services to help you get the perfect solution for your needs.

We provide

  • Comprehensive analysis of your warehouse data and processes
  • Review ans assessment of your existing concepts and ideas for warehouse automation
  • Development of concepts for your warehouse
  • Navigation of the warehouse automation market
  • Creation and support of RFIs/RFPs/RFQs
  • Neutral assessment of bids to support vendor selection

Whether single-level shuttle system, pallet stacker cranes, AutoStore, autonomous mobile robots, or picking robots: we know the technology and the market, and – more importantly – we know how to create solutions that make sense and deliver the return on investment you are hoping for.

Initially necessitated by Covid-19, we decided to continue to offer all training online if wished.

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Have a look at our latest publications

We share our insights and thoughts about intralogistics and automation technology.

  • Two Strategies for eGrocery Automation
    Having worked with a number of online supermarkets in the past couple of years, I found that there are two strategic approaches to making eGrocery operations profitable.  And which one can work for you is largely dependent on one particular constraint. Two Paths to Happiness The first approach is based […]
  • Zone Picking Systems: Beautiful and Complicated
    Zone picking systems (often called zone routing systems) have been around for decades. And yet, it seems they are being underappreciated these days. Part of the reason might be that few people understand how they work and how their potential can be tapped. And just to get this straight: everybody […]
  • On the Sustainability of Rapid Grocery Delivery Services
    As a professor of logistics, and as a citizen interested in, and concerned about, sustainability of business models, I am watching the meteoric rise of rapid grocery delivery services like US-based GoPuff and Germany-based Gorillas with some skepticism. During times when sustainability and the protection of our climate has reached […]
  • Limitations of Shuttle Systems in Goods-to-Person Picking for eGrocery
    In this article, I investigate the use of conventional single-level shuttle systems for goods-to-person picking of grocery items in e-com. I will explain why this particular type of automated storage and retrieval systems poses certain problems for eGrocery picking, and I will compare them to alternative concepts like AutoStore. It […]
  • Finding the Right eGrocery Solution
    Finding the right eGrocery solution is a struggle for many retailers. eGrocery is a comparatively new industry in the logistics automation world. At the same time, it is the industry with the very highest requirements on the design of logistics systems. No dominant solution design has emerged, so different solutions – and not only solutions, but entire concepts, including selection of the right location and distribution concept (e.g., hub and spoke vs. direct delivery, transportation in frames vs. transportation on dolleys or pallets vs. floor loading) – can be found in practice. This article provides an overview of different solution concepts and when they fit best.
  • A Note on Goods-to-Robot Picking
    For this year’s Logimat, many logistics automation companies’ focus was on showcasing their capabilities in the domain of robotic piece picking, usually incorporated in some type of goods-to-robot station. If we think about it carefully, however, we may find that by introducing robotic piece picking stations we are attempting to fix the non-broken part.
  • The Risk of Large Projects
    Large automation projects seem risky and frequently turn out unprofitable. This article investigates the underlying reasons of this phenomenon.
  • A Typology of eGrocery Companies
    In the online grocery industry, there are really three types of different companies, all of which behave quite distinct. This is important to understand for MHE providers and consultants, and it is just as important to understand for these companies that they have strange (from their respective perspective) siblings from whom they could nonetheless learn something. This short article provides an overview.
  • Important Terminology
    On numerous occasions, we have observed how careless use of language and technical terms has led to problems, both technical and legal. Because cause and effect are separated by a time delay, often several months, people tend not to learn from their mistakes. Lawyers are trained in using precise language […]