Warehousing: From goods in to storage and goods out

This is how goods in works

The incoming goods are thoroughly checked during intake. In addition to the quantity check we also undertake the quality control of the external packaging. It provides an important parameter for the actual condition of the goods.

A quick offloading of the incoming goods reduces waiting times and costs. The goods are recorded in a temporary storage space and checked. Afterwards the signed transport documents will be handed over.


Only then does the goods in procedure into the high bay warehouse begin. The storage spaces and information about the single pallets are then electronically entered - as a basis for FIFO or FEFO, the traceability and the further alterations.

Warehousing including the handling of the goods
Storage and inventory checks

This is how storage works

In the framework of the storage we undertake important inspection functions for our customers, such as monitoring the expiry date, ABC analyses etc.


In order to minimise the dust on the stored goods, the warehouse halls are regularly dry cleaned. In addition the halls are wet cleaned at least once per week.


In the food halls especially, there are strict hygiene and security measures in place. The entire responsibility for pest prevention has been outsourced to a specialist service provider.

This is how goods out works

The goods out procedure occurs according to the criteria set by the customer (FIFO, FEFO or criteria defined by the customer).


The specialisation on pallet movements and/or order picking procedure enables a high-quality and efficient process. In co-operation with our customers a high priority is put on ABC analyses in order that - on optimised routes - an additional improvement in efficiency is achieved.


A timely customer advice enables the goods to be picked and safely packed before the transport means arrives Through this, waiting times will be kept to a minimum.

Goods out according to the FIFO principal (First In, First Out)