Increasingly stringent demands are constantly being placed on intralogistics. The breadth and diversity in the number of stock keeping units (SKUs) continues to grow. The demand for return handling and value added services (VAS) is increasing and well-trained and motivated personnel are becoming scarce. You can overcome these problems with the use of partially or fully automated systems and installations.

When it comes to warehouse automation, almost anything is possible today, but the benefits are often outweighed by the impending loss of flexibility. Therefore, to optimize the flow of goods through different processes in the warehouse, there must always be a balance between flexibility and automation.

Inther’s unique position as a solution-independent system integrator provides us with industry-wide insights into the strengths and possible weaknesses of the various ‘building blocks’ available on the market. With our project experience, we understand which components are required to meet certain requirements. Thanks to these valuable technical and functional insights, we help the customer to select the most suitable solution.

Latest product news

203 2023
Inther Group presents GRIPP live for the first time at LogiMAT 2023

At this year’s upcoming LogiMAT, Europe’s largest logistics trade fair, Inther will show the GRIPP live to the general p...

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203 2023
Inther Group is at the IntraLogisteX again

March 28 and 29 is the day! You can find us at the IntraLogisteX in the NEC (National Exhibition Centre) in Birmingham. ...

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Inther Group is also present at ProMat

Are you visiting the ProMAT in Chicago this year (from Monday March 20 to Thursday March 23)? Then visit us at booth # S...

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