Full 4th party integrator
12 December 2012
Automated logistics systems supplier Logistex has redirected its business strategy to become, it claims, the first 4th Party integrator with no restrictive manufacturing ties. The company now has total freedom to seek ou
Combined with its experience and expertise in automated storage and handling systems, the company aims to deliver the highest industry standards of client service and performance via this initiative. The company's structure and ethos are designed to stimulate fresh ideas and open minds to alternative and innovative solutions. The use of collaborative workshops will provide all sides with an unrivalled understanding of the client's business and ensure that concepts and visions are developed into practical and productive solutions, with an excellent return on investment, says the company.
As a symbol of this and other initiatives the company has changed its name from FKI Logistex to Logistex, reflected in a new Corporate Identity and website, www.logistex.com.
"Our decision to make the company a 4th Party integrator is a significant step in streamlining the business and focusing all our energies on delivering systems and processes that will anticipate and exceed our customers' expectations - and those of our competitors," says managing director Jerry Woodhouse.