HAVER & BOECKER launches subsidiary company for stocking and conveying technology

HAVER Intra Logistic Systems

The complete conveying and stocking technology for empty and full package units has been handled by the newly founded HAVER & BOECKER subsidiary HAVER Intra Logistics Systems since early this year
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Since the complete stocking and conveyor technology of the HAVER Group has been concentrated in the newly founded HAVER Intra Logistics Systems (HAVER ILS) subsidiary company early this year, the new company can already look back at the first successes.

"This business field is not new to us," explains ILS managing director Wieland Wegge. Chain conveyors, roll conveyors, rotary tables, pallet magazines, lifts and other intra-logistical system solutions had already been produced for years at FEIGE FILLING, a HAVER subsidiary for filling liquid and pasty products. The development, engineering, and production areas of all the group members were recently centralised so that the new company could operate as a full-liner within the entire group. The entire conveyor technology for empty and filled package units - whether it's buckets, canisters, drums sacks, or empty or full pallets with palletized products - is now supplied by HAVER ILS. Corporate headquarters are located in Bad Oldesloe in northern Germany.

The first orders for various types of conveyor systems coming from international customers and from within the group have already been successfully concluded.
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