The complete logistics spectrum

A perfect supply chain is decisive for the success of a company. With its numerous logistics services, Schnellecke contributes to the smooth material flow in the automotive industry.

The continuous optimization of the value-added chain is an essential factor for survival on the global market. For this, companies need a partner who takes on the planning, management and execution of an optimal flow of materials.

Warehousing, just-in-sequence, module assembly, crossdocking, distribution or packaging logistics – Schnellecke offers you the complete spectrum of logistics all over the world. Coordination, parts supply, material flow management and sequencing, as well as assemblies – we provide efficient planning, transport, sorting, as well as the picking of individual parts at the right time, the right place, and in the required quality and quantity

Pioneer in the use of cloud computing

"Plug & Play Anywhere"– that means that we implement our services at any given location in the world with an extremely short lead time in the same high Schnellecke quality to which you are accustomed.

This is made possible by our standardized processes and IT systems that we operate from the cloud. That is why we are able to react to customer requirements at short notice.


The just-in-sequence delivery of parts to the place of installation is an essential success factor for efficient production.

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We pack and send automotive parts to production facilities overseas.

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Module assemblies

We assemble individual parts into complete modules and deliver them just-in-sequence to the place of installation.

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We sequence parts and assemblies with modern picking systems in our multi-JIS centers.

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Spare parts

We offer all services for spare parts logistics from a single source, from warehousing to shipping.

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The strength of our transport division is supply chain management at currently ten European company sites.

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Schnellecke Cloud

In the connected supply chain, autonomously controlled objects are taking on tasks for which human operators used to be responsible.

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