Success based on user acceptance
Katoen Natie is a global player in logistics services. It consists of 400 operational units, with 150 terminals and logistics platforms, employing over 10,000 people and is active in all parts of the world. Each day, over 400 trucks are loaded and unloaded at one of their largest terminals in the port of Antwerp, covering more than 160,000 m² of warehouse space and including nearly 1,000 silos for the storage and transshipment of goods. To ensure these processes run smoothly, Katoen Natie has further developed its existing Warehouse Management System (WMS) on the Toughpad FZ-M1.
Toughbook notebooks and Toughpad tablets support Stadtwerke Bielefeld to digitize processes
Stadtwerke Bielefeld is transforming its role as local energy supplier and evolving into a market-oriented service provider. This new focus requires optimized processes, quick reaction times and better internal procedures. As part of the preliminary MDC Networks project for mobile data collection, the company selected robust notebooks from Panasonic to digitize processes and obtain mobile data access.
The use of digital technologies ensures more transparency, better quality execution and quicker progress in the implementation of construction projects. It makes companies more efficient, because the enormous expertise and specialist knowhow of the different construction branches is digitally and directly interlinked and thus easily accessible for all involved parties. The Swiss construction company FIBO Bau AG relied on digitized processes early on in order to capitalize on these advantages.
Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service (DWFRS) employs over 1,000 firefighters who work across 50 stations. They have more than 70 fire engines and a large number of specialist support vehicles, equipped to deal with a wide range of emergencies.