Siemens Logistics is bringing to the market a new variant of its tried-and-tested VarioRoute for flow splitting in parcel sorting centers. Thanks to this enhancement, splitting parcel flows, filtering out rejected parcels or rerouting consignments can be tailored to specific customer requirements.
Siemens Logistics is launching its new Network Booster software for parcel and mail distribution networks. This innovative solution creates full visibility of processes within a network and allows enhanced network performance.
Message from CEO Michael Reichle
As the coronavirus continues to spread, we at Siemens Logistics are closely monitoring the situation and constantly evaluating all new developments.
Most importantly, the safety and health of our employees, customers and partners worldwide have top priority. Ever since the COVID-19 outbreak began, we have been implementing extensive health measures – in close cooperation with relevant public authorities and works councils.
Our highlight application showcase!
Since the LogiMAT 2020 was cancelled, we offer you the opportunity to virtually visit our picking and commissioning application for material handling.
In this video we show an AI based robot picking station with free navigating AGV. Here we demonstrate how Siemens, as a technology partner, supports the implementation of such innovative solutions.
Siemens Logistics has received an order to supply baggage handling and sorting technology for the Terminal 1 extension at Kunming Changshui International Airport in China. The order includes delivery of a highly developed early bag store (EBS) and the latest generation of the VarioTray technology.
Siemens Logistics will be exhibiting at MODEX for the first time. Visitors will have the opportunity to find out more about Siemens’ reliable and powerful singulator Visicon, the smart, sustainable flow splitter VarioRoute, and its cost-effective automated bag management system (ABMS).
Siemens Logistics has been successful in their bid to integrate a new hold baggage screening system (HBS) at Dublin Airport, Terminal 2. The contract with daa includes replacing the existing HBS and installing an additional line to further increase capacity.
Siemens Logistics has developed a new software solution for airports: Aviation Data Hub. It enables a standardized exchange of data in real time and integrates key metrics for a variety of applications on a central, secure platform.
As the number of parcels continues to grow worldwide, courier, express, and parcel (CEP) service providers are challenged to realize handling in short periods. In response to the need for fast unloading of trucks, and in line with industry requirements, Siemens Logistics has developed RUBUS®, a fully automated unloading solution. Thanks to RUBUS, parcel service providers can unload trailers at unprecedented speeds.
Siemens Logistics has been awarded a comprehensive order to modernize and optimize the baggage handling system at Spain’s Palma de Mallorca Airport. With this project, Siemens Logistics will in particular help airport operator Aena (Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea) to ensure that international specifications for baggage screening are met to the highest degree.