At Cologne-Bonn Airport, one of the most challenging projects in our company's history is entering its next phase: a major parcel service provider is expanding the capacity of its highly automated sorting and conveyor systems here to a capacity of up to 190,000 items per hour - and we are involved with a team of up to 160 people for the mechanical and electrical installation. Read what we are moving here ...
Warsaw: Conveyor technology for parcel service providers
In Poland, SAMONT was commissioned by an international manufacturer of conveyor technology to install around 600 metres of conveyor technology with spiral chutes, telescopic conveyors and steel construction platforms in the parcel centre of a leading global logistics company. A time frame of 10 weeks was set for the project.
Aalten: Automation at PET manufacturer
In Aalten, the Netherlands, a leading manufacturer of PET packaging is expanding its internal logistics. Among other things, mobile robots for automated pallet transport and a 2D shuttle system are being used. SAMONT is the installation partner of the system supplier here.
Nieuwegein: New logistics centre
A large Dutch food retailer is building a new logistics centre in Nieuwegein with a picking capacity of up to 2 million retail units per week. SAMONT is supporting the installation of the warehouse and order-picking technology on behalf of the general contractor commissioned with the implementation.
Service deployment at Munich Airport
More than 3 million passengers take off and land at Munich Airport every month, and their luggage has to be sorted, distributed and transported safely to its destination. 24/7 support ensures the smooth operation of the conveyor technology used for this purpose. On hand: a SAMONT team supporting the manufacturer's service until the end of the year.
(Photo: Munich Airport)
Kalsdorf: Up to 20,000 parcels per hour
Austrian Post is adapting its parcel logistics centre in Kalsdorf to the increasing volume of parcels and, among other things, increasing the sorting capacity from the previous 13,500 to up to 20,000 parcels per hour. The high-performance technology required for this, including one of the largest sorters in Austria, is being installed by a SAMONT team.
Bedburg: Fashionably on the move
A new distribution centre for fashionable clothing is being built in Bedburg near Cologne. Here, a SAMONT team is responsible for installing the intralogistics technology in a new 45,000 square metre distribution centre, from which branches of a renowned clothing house will be supplied with fashion for the whole family.
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Magdeburg: Conveyor technology for food logistics
A SAMONT team is taking on the installation of 5 kilometres of conveyor and storage technology near Magdeburg, linking various picking and storage areas in a new production and logistics centre. The user of the complex, which covers a total of 35,700 square metres, is a leading global provider of meal kits.
Hanover: Mechanical and electrical assembly
In the Hanover area, a new goods distribution centre for a major online retailer is nearing completion. In August, SAMONT completed the mechanical installation of 4 kilometres of conveyor technology in the 46,000 sqm inbound crossdock on behalf of an international intralogistics provider.
Wynyard: New e-commerce centre
In Wynyard, England, a new logistics and distribution centre for an international online retailer is currently nearing completion. Here, a SAMONT team is installing several kilometres of conveyor and order-picking systems on behalf of a leading provider of process automation solutions in the warehouse sector.
Geisenfeld: Robot-supported logistics
In the south of Germany, a SAMONT team is working on the mechanical and electrical installation of innovative conveyor technology, including an automatic small parts warehouse and a robot-assisted picking system, in the new distribution centre of a retail company.
Bristol: 12 kilometres in 15 weeks
In record-breaking speed, a SAMONT team in Bristol, UK, installed 12 kilometres of conveyor technology including 254 chutes, 16 spiral conveyors and 800 metres of Crosbeld sorters in a new logistics centre for online retail within a construction period of just 15 weeks.
Wohlen: Assembly of additional capacities
In Wohlen, Aargau, the leading Swiss online retailer Digitec Galaxus has expanded its logistics centre. Semi- and fully-automated conveyor technology from Vanderlande is being used. SAMONT was the general contractor's partner responsible for the installation.
(Photo: Digitec Galaxus)
Wels: Focus on electrics
Wels, located in Upper Austria, is the site of the SPAR Austria Group's central warehouse, which has already been expanded several times. In the course of the latest expansion stage, SAMONT took over the electrical installation of the container, pallet conveyor and order picking technology supplied by the general contractor.
Koge: High-bay warehouse
In the Danish distribution centre Koge of the food discounter Netto A/S, a SAMONT team installed 30-metre high storage and retrieval machines in 5 aisles as well as the latest pallet conveyor technology from a Japanese manufacturer and took over the electrical engineering including control cabinet construction.
Malopole: Logistics for convenience stores
In Poland, Zabka's convenience shops are part of the everyday street scene. The company has built a new logistics centre in Malopole. SAMONT installed the modern intralogistics technology on behalf of a leading manufacturer of warehouse automation solutions.
Growth Champions of the year:
Top position in German mechanical and plant engineering for the third time in a row
The business magazine Focus Business has chosen the growth champions of the year - and we are once again among them: with second place in the industry ranking, we are one of the top three fastest-growing companies in German mechanical and plant engineering for the third time in a row.
ONE OF 130 ...
Our team now numbers over 130 employees. One of them is Oliver Bertocco, who, as a trained electrician and after practical work in maintenance, holds a management position in the field of electrical system installation. We have even more interesting jobs - come and join our team.
the project world of SAMONT
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