Swisslog seamlessly integrates with third-party logistics and material handling systems, increasing the value for your business

Ensure Your Logistics Systems Work Together

Proven integrated material handling solutions

Experienced in Logistics Systems Integration: High Performance with Reduced Complexity

By handling logistics system integration, Swisslog develops solutions that are proven to reduce risk and complexity, and work seamlessly with third-party material handling systems.


Using robust material handling technology and equipment, our civil engineering capabilities ensure complete integration, control and efficiency of your system – even when third-party solutions are used. We verify that each system not only runs flawlessly on its own, but is also perfectly synced with all other subsystems. Our integration philosophy reduces risk, complexity and delays so operations remain efficient.

During the planning phase, we create an overall concept for control and information technology to ensure individual systems interact properlywith one another. Our technical engineering competencies include: 

  • Warehouse management systems
  • Material flow control
  • Automation product technology

All Swisslog products are developed based on modular concepts with clearly defined interfaces, providing the highest flexibility for seamless and fast integration in enterprise systems.


  • Modular concepts for high performance and reliability
  • Innovative and modern designs
  • Seamless and fast integration
  • Maximum energy efficiency
  • Engineering
    Engineering services include selecting and scaling the technical systems and providing the specifications and design of individual components (e.g. ASRS, conveyor belts or robots). This ensures perfect interplay between the warehouse hardware and its software. All components are tested individually and assembled step by step into a functional whole.
  • Control technology and warehouse management software
    Control technology is what animates mechanical components. Getting different individual systems to interact requires the creation of an overall concept for control and information technology during the planning phase. The goal of this phase is to verify that each system works flawlessly on its own and interoperates perfectly with all other subsystems. The top-level warehouse management system ensures efficient and dynamic operation of all implemented business processes, thus providing seamless logistical workflows.