Logistics software specialists CIM GmbH, based in Fürstenfeldbruck near Munich, are expanding their presence within Europe. With their new branch in The Hague, Netherlands, CIM are stepping up their reputation for customer proximity and personalised service. And there are already plans underway to open further locations, according to information from company circles.
Besides their head office in Fürstenfeldbruck, this means that CIM now has a total of four locations in Europe. “It’s part of our company philosophy to seek close proximity to our customers in order to provide optimal support in implementing and operating our solutions. We’re therefore delighted to announce our expansion to The Hague allowing for a greater customer focus in the Netherlands”, says Daniel Wöhr from CIM’s press and marketing department.
International system for international customers
In the face of increasing globalisation, the world of logistics and Warehouse Management is also continuing to grow together. With projects in progress in North America, Asia and Oceania, 2018 sees CIM’s international portfolio expanding rapidly. The strong international orientation of their Warehouse Management suite PROLAG®World goes hand in hand with their company philosophy. The system is already available in a number of different languages. “And as a globally active company, we’re already planning the next steps towards expansion so that we can remain a local partner for our customers, wherever in the world they may be”, explains Wöhr.
CIM at CeMAT in Hannover
Visitors to CeMAT in Hannover will be able to gather all the information they need about CIM and their Warehouse Management solution PROLAG®World. CIM’s logistics experts will be on hand at stand C88, hall 19 showcasing the software along with the very newest functions. Visitors will have the opportunity to try out the system for themselves and pick items ‘live’ at CIM’s picking station. They will also get a first glimpse of the completely remodelled interfaces for browsers and mobile end devices, which CIM is due to launch in the middle of the year. Key new features are the UX design and visual process guidance using icons and graphics to support and accelerate the handling of daily work Tasks.