Stemmer Imaging opens logistics centre

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Stemmer Imaging, a Puchheim, Germany-based provider of imaging technology, has opened a new logistics centre. The enlarged warehouse facility occupies approximately 700m2 and provides a much-improved infrastructure, serving as the hub for deliveries to customers in Germany, the UK, France and Switzerland. The order administration department also moved into the centre in addition to the hardware integration department.

Managing director and company founder Wilhelm Stemmer was at the official opening, as was Dr Herbert Kränzlein, mayor of Puchheim, Harald Rutzki, divisional operations manager for UPS, Germany and Victor Stern, area sales manager for UPS. Based on number of shipments, Stemmer Imaging is one of UPS' biggest customers in the Munich area.

The vacated areas that were previously occupied by the order processing, hardware integration and warehouse/shipping departments, have now been converted into a customer service area where regular training sessions will be held on different aspects of imaging. Wilhelm Stemmer stated that he was looking forward to the greatly improved levels of service that these new facilities will provide for customers.

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