Australian WMS launches in Europe

Australian WMS launches in Europe

Warehouse management systems (WMS) provider Microlistics is launching its wares into the UK & European markets to expand its global footprint.

Headquartered in Melbourne, Microlistics is a Gartner-recognised WMS provider operating across Australia, Asia Pacific, North America and the Middle East. The company has four product lines: WMS Enterprise, its fully integrated flagship; WMS Chilled, its cold storage product; WMS 3PL, its multi-site and multi-client 3PL software; and WMS Express, its pre-configured, rapid implementation package.

Customers include Linfox Asia, Brand Collective, ESAB, Thomas Foods International, Berli Jucker Logistics, Havaianas, TT Logistics and TNT Express Logistics. Logistics warehousing services are provided to many of the world’s leading brands though the Microlistics 3PL client base, to companies such as Unilever, Nestle, Birkenstock Footwear, Procter & Gamble, Officeworks, DKSH and many more utilising the Microlistics 3PL WMS.

Microlistics, which joined the WiseTech Global group in January 2018, will leverage the group’s local networks, long-term locally based LSP WMS experience and expertise, and work and provide local support from regional offices in Ede, the Netherlands, and Milton Keynes, UK.

Founder and managing director of Microlistics Mark Dawson said: “This is a great opportunity to leverage WiseTech’s global reach and expand into a key trading region. We have enhanced our WMS products for the European market and its regulations and look forward to bringing new benefits to customers across this region.”

Global advisory company Gartner this year included Microlistics in the global identification of leading ‘Magic Quadrant for Warehouse Management Systems (WMS)’ for the fifth consecutive year. Microlistics was included as a notable mention in the Magic Quadrant from 2014 to 2016, before being upgraded to full inclusion in 2017 and 2018.

 

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