DTW Logistics, an expert in e-commerce fulfillment services in Poland offers comprehensive logistics solutions with LVS by Mantis

DTW Logistics, supported by experienced staff, is operating in the transport, forwarding and logistics market, with focus on booming e-commerce. The company conducts its business near Warsaw, where its head office and warehouse are located. The location of the company has been carefully selected in accordance with plans for further development, as it is located in the center of Poland, at national road E30, in a corridor connecting Western Europe with Russia.

DTW Logistics business activity is based on providing professional services of national and international forwarding in road transport of neutral, refrigerated and dangerous goods although also logistics services. The company carries professional warehouse facilities, support of experienced employees, and is prepared to provide logistics services of global quality for e-commerce businesses as order fulfillment, warehousing and value-added services center.

The strategic location of DTW Logistics along with its plans for further development impelled DTW Logistics to implement a Warehouse Management System that would be of cutting-edge technology with rich capabilities.

As the result of the tender, DTW Logistics opted for Logistics Vision Suite (LVS) by Mantis due to flexible approach, references and reputation as a reliable and trustworthy supplier, and last but not least adaptable and rich of functionalities product suite, which meets the demanding needs of leading 3PL operators and e-commerce companies.

All warehouse processes are supported by LVS a modern WMS system using Microsoft .Net technology. LVS by Mantis controls all standard logistics processes but moreover offers modern reporting with Qlik, remote Web Access, fast integration tools with Link Manager, a full suite of adaptability modules, multi depositor and multi-site architecture.

DTW Logistics identified several benefits from LVS implementation, among which are responsive and adaptable RF interface, automation of processes like goods allocation for orders and task assignment which reduce management costs and effort to run the warehouse floor operation, and flexible architecture which will allow future changes.