References

Individually operated PharmaLog systems

  PHOENIX Pharma Zrt.
Fót, 6 sites – 510 terminals – 1997.
  Teva Gyógyszergyár Zrt.
Gödöllő, 3 sites – 200 terminals – 2001.
  Bellis Egészségtár Kft.
Budapest, 100 terminals – 2003.
  Bristol-Myers Squibb Kft.
Budapest, 2 sites – 5 terminals – 2003.
  PharmaFarm S.A. (Gedeon Richter Románia)
Tîrgu Mureş, 10 sites – 210 terminals – 2008.
  FARMEXIM S.A.
București, 11 sites – 160 terminals – 2013.

PharmaLog hosting and Saas systems

  GlaxoSmithKline Kft.
Budapest, – 5 terminals – 2004.
Medimpex Zrt.
Budapest, 20 terminals – 2008.
  Patella Kft.
Budapest, 20 terminals – 2016.08.
  Inthera Kft.
Budapest, 5 terminals – 2009.
  Pharmatan Kft.
Csongrád, 5 terminals – 2009.
  Omega Pharma Hungary Kft.
Budapest, 10 terminals – 2011.
  Pharmamagist Kft.
Budapest, 5 terminals – 2014.
  PharmaNox Kft.
Sződ, 5 terminals – 2015.
  UniCorp Kft.
Budapest, 5 terminals – 2015.
  AZR Kft.
Budapest, 3 terminals – 2016.
  Roche Kft.
Budapest, 5 terminals – 2016.

StoreIS wholesale logistical system

Mediaware Kft.
Budapest, 5 terminals – 2015.
  Mecsek Füszért Zrt.
Budapest, 160 terminals – 2017.

StoreOpt Warehouse optimization systems

  TEVA Magyarország Zrt.
TLK – Gödöllő – 2009.

Warehouse organization

  Gedeon Richter Romania S.A.
Drawing up the logistics plans for the logistics center at Corunca.
  Dita Import Export S.R.L.
Drawing up the logistics plans for the logistics center at Bucharest.
  PharmaFarm S.A.
Developing the logistics and organizational plan for branch warehouses in all of Romania.
  HumanTrade
In 2001, at launch at PharmaLog system, we rebuilt the background and picking warehouse by subcontracting Minipak Kft. In 2004, we took part in the developement of the picking and background warehouse when the TEVA Logistics Center was being built.
  Phoenix Pharma
In 1997, at launch of the of the PharmaLog system, we took part in the developement of the warehouse in Fót, our analyses and designs formed the basis for the interior layout of te warehouse, the put-away and the routing. In the following years, we were commissioned to perform similar tasks at the opening of further 5 sites. In 2000, Körmöczi Magdolna, logistics director for Phoenix, was chosen Logistics Manager of the Year.
  HungaroPharma
In 2003, we received a commision to develop the sotarage system for te warehouse in Miskolc. Earlier, all its HPH warehouses worked based on the principle of “free storage space allocation” – the Miskolc warehouse was the first to be developed according to the “fixed storage space allocation” principle. As a result of the successful operation of the Miskolc site, the central (Budapest, Tündérfürt street) warehouse was also overhauled according to the “fix storage space allocation” principle. In 2003, Koncz Zoltán, logistics director at HPH, was chosen Logistics Manager of the Year, primarily for the up-to-date configuration and successful launch of the Miskolc warehouse.
SanoPharma
In 1994, we designed and implemented – alongside two partner companies, Minipak Kft and 3i Kft – a “pick by light” warehouse section, carrying out construction ourselves at the Békéscsaba warehouse. The technology that made the quick picking of approx. 450 products possible increased warehouse performance by a factor of 3.
PharmaChom
In 2002, we rebuilt the picking warehouse by subcontracting Minipak Kft. Our analyses and designs formed the basis for the interior layout of the warehouse, the number and placement of the channels, the put-away and the routing.

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