Case Studies

Case Studies of THINK WMS implementations in various industries and sectors


Amco are a provider of a wide range of logistics services to a number of different industry sectors including; automotive supply (OEM and aftermarket), aerospace, FMCG and defence. This diversification brings many challenges, not least of which is finding a WMS that is powerful and flexible enough to provide the different solutions required to the challenges of each industry, but at the same time remaining affordable to Amco in the very competitive environment that they operate in.

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Magna are a large multi-national supplier to all the world’s major automotive manufacture’s. Their largest UK division contacted THINK for support when they were awarded a huge new contract with BMW. The challenge that Magna set for THINK was to provide them with a flexible inventory management system that met all the required automotive standards of QS9000 and VDA 6.1 whilst also providing some additional functionality specific to the automotive industry, such as sequencing to customers, internal line side sequencing and kitting, amongst many others.

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Food Industry Sector

Our client, who operate one of the largest chilled and frozen food storage centres in the UK, was undertaking a multi-million pound investment program which would result in a doubling in size of what was already a large scale facility.

As part of this process they were also reviewing their current warehouse software and processes for scalability and looking for an organisation to partner them in achieving this goal.

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XPO Logistics

XPO Logistics is one of the top ten logistics providers in the world and it’s focus on technology and investing in innovative technologies has helped establish XPO as a market leader in many areas.

Following a review of the existing WMS at one of their facilities in the North West of England, XPO identified a number of shortcomings with their existing system including insufficient record retention, insufficient reporting and functionality around perpetual inventory.

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