Automation specialist Witron increased its turnover to €350 million last year, a 30 per cent increase on 2013.
The company said order books in all company sectors were strong and it was achieving a high level of capacity utilisation. Over 40 per cent of Witron’s revenue came from the United States and Canada.
The company has developed an “end-to-end strategy”. This covers “end-to-end” within the entire supply chain from the supplier to the customer; “end-to-end” from the development of an innovative solution through the complete system operation; and “end-to-end” regarding interfaces: person-machine-processes.
It said interest in multi-channel solutions was strong. It offer FMC (food retail) as well as OFS (non-food). Both solutions allow clients to supply to both, brick and mortar stores as well as e-commerce customers (home delivery / Drive / click & collect) from one integrated system.
Recently, Witron unveiled the fully automated BOS system, which enables cost-efficient handling of whole totes, cartons, and beverage crates.