A comprehensive service for optimal reactivity
FM Logistic organises your co-packing strategy. Ever closer to operations to ensure optimal reactivity and flexibility, our industrial organisation is the key to your success.
Our high standard of service in terms of package design, component sourcing and production, is attained through optimised planning and improved stock rotation through delayed differentiation. Our custom-made solutions fit into your strategy and transform your co-packing into a solution that gives you the competitive edge.
Our industrial approach (methods, continuous improvement, automation, information systems) is your guarantee that best practices are implemented. Our certifications (ISO, IFS, ...) and our experience in seasonal operations management of any size is our promise of a top quality service.
FM Logistic : a key partner, leader of co-packing operations in Europe.
In 2014 :
FM Logistic has multi-client and multi-activity platforms that are in compliance with norms. Our group strength allows our customers, in France, to move to other regions as well as to overseas countries where FM Logistic is present.
In order to guarantee high- performance solutions to your projects, we work upstream on cutting edge technologies and innovations, we formalise best practices, ensure feasibility and quality of finished products, we synchronise flows and create a full service adapted to your projects.
FM Logistic provides all of its customers with :
The Automation department of FM Logistic France develop a new module answering to operational needs. The box cutting module has been develop to offer :
With all these advantages, the box cutting module is set to be rolled out to other FM Logistic sites.
The Automation department of FM Logistic France has selected the robotic arm made by Universal Robot. This one is designed to assist collaborators in low value-added repetitive tasks.
These "cobots" are equipped with sensors to detect the human presence in order to guarantee the safety of collaborators working by their side. Robotic arms are programmed to optimise and standardise simple handling tasks and significantly reduce MSDs.