F.A. MAIK d.o.o. performs comprehensive logistic services, from freight forwarding and transportation to the providing of storage services. Getting into the former warehouse of Labud, F.A. Maik has created a prerequisite for modern and transparent storage by contracting with Primat informatika setting up the PrimatWMS system in its warehouse at Žitnjak.
Boreas d.o., Kreševo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, part of Stanić Group, is the leading distributor of world-renowned products and brands in the field of drinks and tobacco from 8 distribution centers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In February 2017, Boreas d.o.o. has signed a contract with Primat informatika about the implementation of the PrimatWMS system at the warehouse of the company in Kreševo. System was successfully implemented at fall the same year.
Auto Milovanović d.o.o. deals auto parts for all European, Korean, Japanese and American vehicles. The management of the company is located in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The company distributes a wide range of auto parts, accessories, service equipment and high quality motor oils, and are the general representatives of many of the world's brands for Bosnia and Herzegovina. At the end of 2016 a contract for the implementation of the PrimatWMS system was signed in the central warehouse of the company in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
After long negotiations on April 27, 2015, a contract was signed with the Pevec chain to implement our WMS solution in the central warehouse in Gornji Stupnik, Zagreb. For more than 24 years, the Pevec company, when it comes to non-food trade, stands out in its centers with its distinctiveness in relation to the other ``do-it-yourself`` shops. The first Croatian trading chain of this kind operates in all parts of Croatia and is the first choice for purchase when it comes to products for construction, equipping and decorating home and garden. In 2017, Pevec moved its central warehouse from Gornji Stupnik to a different part of Zagreb.
LUK d.o.o. is the leading company for the distribution of water, heating, air conditioning and dry building equipment in BiH. During the second half of 2011 and early 2012, the implementation of the business process automation system at WMS (Central Warehouse Company) was completed and its connection to the ERP system Imperios (Omega Sotware) through the web service. The system covers all phases of manipulation of goods in the warehouse, from inputs, through production of commercial packages, to outputs and is connected to a superior business information system that, in real time, exchanges all the necessary information.
Milsing is the largest distributor of vitamin & mineral products in Southeast Europe and is a distributor of Natural Wealth Company. Primat informatika designed and set up a business process automation system in warehouse and production. It is a ``light`` version of the WMS system without marking the storage positions. Production processes are supported through constituents of finished products, thus controlling the production of production materials by predetermined specification. In this way mistakes in production are reduced to a minimum. The entire process of handling goods in the warehouse is supported by manual RF terminals. During 2008, the system is connected to Navision's ERP system, both exchange data essential to work in both directions.
DBT is the leading supplier of construction joints in Croatia where Primat informatika designed and set up an automated warehouse system. It is also the first warehouse of such type in Croatia designed and built by a domestic company. The system consists of a WMS application, a RF subsystem and a subsystem that controls cranes and Material Flow Control (MFC) conveyor. All subsystems were initially integrated into a business system based on Paradox database, and today on MS SQL Server technology. It is a type of warehouse based on the principle of ``goods to man``, which allows the manipulation of a large number of different goods (from paletized to individual packaging). Pickup and commissioning of goods is done directly from high-speed fully automated cranes according to the request of superintendent IS, while larger packets are commissioned from the pallet part of the warehouse using RF hand terminals.
SPORTINA GROUP, Slovenia, with more than 330 stores and more than 60 world-renowned brands is one of the largest fashion retailers in South East Europe. Sportina is a recognizable name in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Italy. Among the brands that Sportina Group represents and distributes on domestic and foreign markets are world-renowned names such as Armani Jeans, Armani Exchange, Burberry, Dsquared2, BOSS, Just Cavalli, Antony Morato etc. Representations and brands like Morgan, Fracomina, Esprit, Only, Tom Tailor, Marx, Vero Moda, Bata, Jack & Jones etc. On Thursday, February 02, 2017, Sportina Group signed a contract with Primat informatika about the implementation of the PrimatWMS system in the company's warehouses.
On July 06, 2015, a contract was signed with Fokus d.o.o. for the implementation of Primat WMS solutions in several warehouses of the company through Croatia, primarily in the central warehouse in Zagreb. Fokus was founded in 1989 as a small family company with modest possibilities but with a clear vision of the future. Today, Fokus employs 128 people and has over 10,000 m2 of business space in Croatia. The headquarters of the company are located in Zagreb as well as the central warehouse.
Europapier Adria d.o.o is part of the Europapier group, one of the leading paper sellers in Eastern Europe, which is part of Heinzel Group. AS Logistik d.o.o., a company from Široki Brijeg, is a logistics partner of Europapier Adria. The newly built warehouse is additionally modernized with the PrimatWMS, which was released in March 2015. The system supports labelling, receiving and delivering finished goods using handheld RF terminals. All data is stored in the Oracle database. WMS covers all stages of manipulation of goods in the warehouse, from inputs, through production of commercial packages, to outputs and is linked to a superior business information system that, in real time, exchanges all the necessary information. AS Logistik is our partner with whom we developed some of features and modules of our PrimatWMS. The project is especially interesting to us as it is the first WMS system in the whole of Herzegovina.
Narodne novine d.d. the largest supplier of office supplies, and one of the largest printers, especially official materials in the Republic of Croatia, and Primat-Logistics and Primat Informatika have designed and installed an automated warehouse system. With this project, we continued the sequence of automated warehouses started with DBT, improving the technical performance and capabilities. The system consists of a WMS application, an RF subsystem and a crane control subframe and a Material Flow Control (MFC) conveyor. All subsystems are integrated into a business system based on the Oracle database. It is a type of warehouse based on the principle of ``goods to man``, which allows the manipulation of a large number of different goods (from paletized to individual packaging). Pickup and commissioning of goods is done directly from high-speed cranes fully automatically according to the request of superintendent IS, while larger packets are commissioned from the pallet part of the warehouse using RF hand terminals. It is also the largest warehouse of such type in the Republic of Croatia.
At the end of 2000, a project was completed and a production warehouse was opened in production, where raw material, semi-finished products and finished products were stocked. The goods are paletized. Work organization is paperless - all manipulation carried out over the merchandise is printed on RF terminals that worked on a connection linked to the central application on the server. Staff in the warehouse are equipped with manual terminals with bar-code readers (on the forklifts there is a fixed, robust design). Entrance, accommodation and exit of the goods are algorithmically managed and optimized, as well as all other actions in the warehouse (eg optimum tours, etc.). The warehouse is divided into zones (dynamically manageable and changeable during warehouse operations) - eg reception and delivery zone, raw material storage area, semi-finished products, finished products etc. From raw material and semi-finished products, commodities are also allocated to production commissions, from where it also re-enters the warehouse. Shipment to customers is done from the zone of finished products. At the beginning of 2007, a new generation of WMS systems was associated with RFC communication with the SAP / R3 EGO Group, which also includes Elektrokontakt. This includes part of the inventory management process in the production itself.
Orbico is one of the leading consumer goods distributors in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the general distributor of P&G products. At the beginning of 2008, WMS was launched, which covers all phases of manipulation of goods in the warehouse, from inputs, through production of commercial packages, to outputs, and is linked to a superior business information system that in real-time exchanges all the necessary information. With this project, we continued to improve our WMS product by introducing WEB service technology and .Net Compact Framework to handheld computers and RF terminals.