For three decades now, they have been using their internally developed software for this purpose. In-house IT solutions create independence, yet the logistics company attaches great importance to staying in touch with the market to always enable compatibility and interfaces. Holger Siegmann, project manager for digitalisation, also believes that it makes sense to focus on the company's own core processes and build partner systems around them. He explains: "We specifically use good technologies that we can dock onto our software from outside."
One of these technologies is Krone Smart Capacity Management. Until now, the focus in logistics has mainly been on the tractor unit and the drivers as a source of information, while the actual loading area has received little attention. Yet there is enormous potential here to better utilise existing capacities and thus achieve more environmental protection, efficiency and lower costs. Krone wants to use this potential in its IT solution. You can read more about Krone Smart Capacity Management and the advantages it offers inTime in the fourth issue of DENKFABRIK magazine (p. 16ff.).