HP enhance their cooperation with the LGI Logistics Group

LGI Logistics Group International GmbH has successfully taken over logistics for the Computing business segment of Hewlett-Packard (HP)

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LGI enhance their business relations with a major customer. In addition to printer hardware, HP entrusted them now also with computer hardware. 150 employees, recruited for the new Computing segment, are controlling, packing and shipping laptops – within only 30 hours after goods receipt.
Every day an average 35 trucks are passing the additional 7,200 m² warehouse for computer hardware. In the first months several million laptops and tablets left this site. For comparison: A total of 150 trucks are calling at this 65,000 m² site every day.
Once the initial stage of this project is completed, the staff of LGI and HP will continue to optimise the processes based on Lean Management methods, which have proven to be useful during this start-up.
LGI Logistics Group International GmbH designs and implements warehouse logistics, production processes, transport management (air, sea, road) and customs clearance for companies from the automotive, electronics, industrial and health care sectors, as well the fashion & lifestyle sector. Their portfolio of logistics service comprises among others production logistics, distribution logistics and returns handling.
LGI is a logistics service provider operating. The company was formed in 1995 as part of an outsourcing venture by Hewlett Packard Deutschland GmbH and is headquartered in Herrenberg, Germany.
Formed in 1995 as part of an outsourcing venture by Hewlett Packard Deutschland GmbH, LGI’s majority holders since 2012 have been Kajo Neukirchen GmbH and M Cap Finance Mittelstandsfonds GmbH & Co. With around 3,500 employees at more than 45 locations in Europe, the U.S. and Russia LGI counts today among the leaders of European contract logistics. In 2014 they generated sales of about EUR 410 million.