In line with the sustainable development strategy, the logistics platform in Mszczonów near Warsaw has decided to increase the efficiency of transportation of unnecessary packaging remaining in the product copacking process.
FM Logistic is an international logistics operator present on 3 continents and in 5 business zones: Western, Central and Eastern Europe as well as Asia and Latin America. The company currently employs over 27,000 employees, has over 4 million m2 of warehouse space and manages a fleet of nearly 3.5 thousand vehicles in transport.
In the region of Central Europe, the company has 19 logistic platforms, 27 transhipment warehouses and employs over 5.5 thousand employees. FM Logistic has been operating in Poland for 25 years.
“FM Logistic is primarily an international organisation with many experts and managers in its portfolio. Today, our great advantage is that we can use our experts to implement many projects. The principle of reinventing the wheel is a key argument for us to convince our potential clients to implement new projects, but also to develop the businesses of all our clients "- says Mariusz Jóźwik, Regional Director, FM Logistic in Mszczonów.
FM Logistic, acting as an integrator between producers and retail chains, implements an integrated vision of all processes: from storage, through co-packing, co-manufacturing, to transport and distribution.
Copacking, i.e. unpacking, repackaging, relabelling and shipping goods, especially those produced in short series, allows producers to focus on selling and promoting their products.
Every day, about 70 different products go through the copacking processes at FM Logistic, packed once again using 20 different packaging technologies, also combined.