E-commerce is a concentration of the logistical constraints that can be found in different activities.
Consumer expectations have changed since the mail order era, and customers are now placed at the centre of the supply chain:
they are looking simultaneously for choice, products that are available immediately, attractive prices, short delivery times and excellent customer service.
Among all these demands, the main imperative remains respecting the delivery time.
Therefore, in order to manage a warehouse with tight flows, efforts in terms of planning and keeping track of stock are strategic.

Logistical challenges

Managing three models of electronic commerce: classic distance selling, general sales and flash sales.Pressure on delivery times and prices, and the demand for impeccable quality.Optimising order preparation, with a small number of items per order, an important flow of mono-product orders and a high need for responsiveness.


The e-commerce sector is constantly growing, but remains marked by a strong seasonality, in particular at the end-of-year holidays, relatively low margins, and regular increase in the number of references.

These SKUs tend to change frequently, no matter what world of products: furniture, textiles, household appliances, tools, tech, etc.



Our answer

To respond to these new needs, we have developed solutions that are highly adapted to e-commerce issues in terms of flexibility, responsiveness and scalability, which respond to the need for agility in the e-commerce distribution channel.

Our solutions

Goods to Person system , X-PTS



Pick and Pack solution

Pick then Pack solution

Picking tools 

Sorting systems







Our casestudies


Our customers