The logistics operator Omega Pilzno has signed a contract with TIMATE regarding the implementation of the system for managing employees and processes. The key objective is to boost the operational efficiency through the optimisation of processes and a better use of human resources as part of contract logistics.
Omega Pilzno has been handling complex logistic processes around the globe for 30 years. The company delivers such services as road transport, maritime transport and warehouse logistics. It facilitates effective management of stock and enhances flexibility within supply chains. It employs more than 1,000 people.
The management board has decided to implement the TIMATE system in order to optimise the company’s processes, to organise the teams’ work as effectively as possible as well as to streamline the communication between the office, team leaders and warehouse employees.
As part of our daily operations, we will be using the TIMATE system mostly for the purposes of real-time monitoring of the work performed by warehouse employees. In consequence, we will be able to analyse our processes in more detail and to optimise them as well as to make our teams work more efficiently. It is of equal significance to simplify the communication between various groups of employees. The quick process of forwarding information, tasks and the status of their performance will allow us to improve the work time planning process, says Albert Krawczyk, Logistics Manager at Omega Pilzno. We have chosen TIMATE also because this producer has already had experience in the sector of logistics. For this very reason, TIMATE knows the customer’s needs very well and offers a flexible approach to the project.
Omega Pilzno joins the group of logistics operators that use the TIMATE system.
One should bear in mind that efficiency in this sector is absolutely crucial and that is exactly what we focus on. The system enables in-depth tracking of processes and much better work organisation. Effective management of human resources and processes is the key to success in logistics. Another important thing is that we make a significant contribution to enhancing the safety of employees, says Sebastian Młodziński, TIMATE’s CEO.
The implementation project was launched in July this year.