Case Studies

Some of our most challenging and exciting assignments are presented in our Portfolio. The common denominator is that our customers have had special requests that Elanders has been able to meet, and in some cases more than one of our production units have been involved.

Auto Store – Auto­mated warehouse

Omni-channel solution and automated warehouse system.


Elanders’ subsidiary ITG manages an omni-channel solution for a famous European football club and ships supporter merchandise globally. A new automated warehouse system, where robots do much of the work, has increased efficiency drastically.

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Electronics – Distribution logistics

All things big and small in the same logistic solution.


Through its subsidiary LGI, Elanders has further reinforced its position in the customer segment Electronics with a strong and internationally growing customer.

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Omni-channel solution

A webshop and logistic solution from the ground and up.


Elanders’ subsidiary ITG has developed a webshop and logistic solution from the ground and up to a famous chain saw maker.

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Monthly subscription boxes

Elanders offers Bespoke Post a cohesive, one-stop solution for its monthly boxes.

Elanders provides a turnkey solution for picking and packing as well as distribution of Bespoke Post’s personalized subscription boxes.

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Managing healthcare supply chain

Full traceability and control from manufacturing to delivery.


Providing a predictable healthcare supply chain is challenging and requires full traceability and control all the way from manufacturing to delivery.

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Managed Print Services

Customized comprehensive solutions.


Elanders combines contract and transportation logistics throughout the entire supply chain and contributes to better customer relations.

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Distribution center for 3D-printers

Global deliveries.



Elanders runs a global distribution center in its megahub in Singapore for 3D-printers for customers that demand short delivery times and a high level of service.

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Automotive
– Daimler

Production logistics – a part of the customer’s core business.


Complexity in the automotive industry continues to grow and this requires major resources with extremely short lead times. The greatest challenge is to maintain top quality in spite of the enormous variation in production since each car is unique. Color scheme, surface materials, engine size, safety functions, fuel type, parking aids, automatic or manual transmission – each vehicle consists of thousands of unique components and modules for each individual model.

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Electronics – Value Recovery

Added value from sustainable recycling.


Handling IT equipment takes a lot of time and energy from big companies, particularly when it becomes old and needs replacing. Information safety is also an important factor as the equipment may contain unique and in some cases sensitive data about the company that needs to be handled with great care. In addition, there is a considerable sustainability factor in recycling equipment and giving it new life on the second hand market.

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Fashion
& Lifestyle

Exclusive products demand flexible logistics solutions.


The most exclusive brands in the fashion industry are characterized by an extremely high standard – material, design and craftsmanship need to be of the highest possible quality. This includes logistics. Each item is expected to always be at the right place and in time for a fashion show or the launch of a collection in a store, even if the preparation time is short.

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Health Care
& Life Science

From logistics to full service supplier in medical technology.


Diagnostic equipment for medical use is often both expensive and extremely sensitive. Great care and knowledge is needed to handle and repair it. Working quickly with short lead times is also crucial since diagnostic equipment is a critical tool for care and analyses in hospitals and laboratories.

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Industrial – Heating products

Industrial orders with extremely short lead times.


To sell radiators and heat pumps is a business with complex logistics and unwieldy goods on a B2B and B2C market that demands extremely short lead times. Previously a leading customer had 52 service centers all over Germany in order to meet customer demand, a time-consuming and costly operation.

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