Brussels (Belgium), Oslo (Norway), 23 February 2017 - Nor Lines AS, one of Norway’s largest logistics service providers and part of the DSD Group, has selected Zetes as its long term supply chain technology partner to help the company improve operational processes, increase efficiency and productivity, and reduce costs.
Brussels (Belgium) / Nordborg (Denmark), 31 January 2017 - Energy efficient solutions provider Danfoss has implemented the ZetesMedea loading verification solution to eradicate shipping errors and reduce costs.
Eindhoven (the Netherlands), 19 January 2017 - Zetes (Euronext Brussels, ZTS), has developed a solution named OpenTheCar for nox NightTimeExpress (formerly TNT Innight) and integrated it with ZetesChronos.
Brussels, Paris, 13 December 2016 - In response to new European regulations the EPC Group, specialist in explosives for civil applications, has implemented Zetes’ solution for global unit traceability in its supply chain.
London, Brussels, 01 December 2016 - James Hall & Co Ltd, the SPAR distributor for the north of England has recently implemented the latest Proof of Delivery (POD) solution from Zetes on rugged PDAs, to improve communication with its retail stores.
Brussels, 23 November 2016 - Zetes has implemented its ZetesMedea Voice solution, integrated with SAP, at Marston’s Plc. The independent brewery and pub retailer is using Zetes’ voice solution to optimise its formerly paper based picking, putaway and inventory management processes.
By 2020, Gartner1 predicts that more than half of major new business processes will incorporate some element of IoT. Up to 26 billion internet-connected ‘smart’ devices will be installed, generating some $300 billion by the end of the decade. Gartner says a thirty-fold increase in internet-connected physical devices will “significantly alter how the supply chain operates.”
As the pharmaceutical industry continues its combat against counterfeit pharmaceuticals, some firms have been identified as delaying the initiation of their serialisation projects including the likes of CMOs and SMEs in the industry.
Brussels (Belgium), Lisbon (Portugal), 20th September 2016 – Climex, a Portuguese company specialising in cleaning services, recently implemented ZetesAres, a Field Force Automation solution for their aircraft cleaning operations.
Brussels, Dublin, 1st September 2016 - Biomnis, Ireland’s leading provider of medical laboratory testing services, has implemented the ZetesChronos Proof of Delivery solution to ensure real-time online traceability and offer higher customer satisfaction levels.
Many retailers still neglect the basics of store operations. Often feeling held back by the costs of replacing or enhancing dated legacy systems (POS, ERP, WMS), retailers maintain the status quo and dangerously compromise the customer’s in-store experience with persistent poor shelf availability and poorly informed staff.
Brussels, Dublin, 7 June 2016 - Zetes has recently implemented its fully managed mobility solution to Fastway Couriers in Ireland to maximise device uptime and remove the burden of mobile device management from their IT department. The solution includes managed services and a new pool of Honeywell CN51 mobile terminals for Proof of Delivery/Collection.
London (United Kingdom), 27 April 2016 - UK Fashion retailer The White Company has recently upgraded its in-store inventory system to the latest generation ZetesAthena In-Store Management solution. Their fast growing network of stores called for improved stock visibility.
Brussels (Belgium), 23 March 2016 - Plant exporter Floréac guarantees accurate shipments, reduces customer complaints and more than halves its credit note value thanks to automated shipping verification on its plant trolleys based on Zetes' Vision Technology.
Brussels (Belgium), London (United Kingdom) - 23 February 2016 - Zetes (Euronext Brussels: ZTS) has recently implemented its latest generation ZetesAthena In-Store Management solution to JD Williams, one of the UK’s largest fashion retailers.
Customer centricity and supply chain complexity are defining today’s omni-fulfilment supply chain. In this demand driven, complex network, having end-to-end supply chain visibility is what makes supply chain leaders stand out from the competition. But, how can it be achieved?
In today’s demand driven network, end-to-end supply chain visibility has become a must for many manufacturers and retailers. This white paper explores the reasons behind the need for supply chain visibility and explains how to achieve it in 5 easy steps.
Whereas most supply chain directors recognise the importance of having end-to-end supply chain visibility, many fear its implementation might be costly, time consuming and require serious re-engineering of existing systems and processes. It does not have to be that way. Not if you can adhere to the following 5 key steps.
A concerning number of logistics managers have little or zero visibility or traceability of their goods between arrival at the loading dock and the departure of the loaded vehicle. Automated pallet loading control can bridge the visibility gap, ensuring both 100% accuracy of vehicle loading and faster loading. 4 key benefits to be realised.
Dongen (The Netherlands), Brussels (Belgium), 12 November 2015 - In order to gear the loading process to the accelerated warehouse processes, Zetes designed a new scanning system on Coca-Cola's forklifts in Dongen. Zetes also advised on the design of the forklift attachments together with the company Durwen.
Hamburg (Germany), 26 August 2015 - Zetes (Euronext Brussels: ZTS) has supplied a fully managed mobility solution to around 5,000 GLS ParcelShops across Germany in order to speed up and reduce errors for the handling of inbound and outbound parcels. All ParcelShops have been equipped with mobile devices and printers.