Switzerland's economic and living environment functions thanks to efficient logistics, communication- and transport systems; global, national and local. The Swiss Museum of Transport and the Logistics Foundation present the special exhibition "Logistics, goods traffic and supply chain". The exhibition is supported with various attractions and events. Gilgen Logistics AG is sponsor of this unique project in favor of the logistics scene and its young talents and is participating in the "interactive media wall" to represent the logistics supply chain.
The situation with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic is actually very serious that some suppliers had to shut down their factories. The closure of these plants has a significant impact on our deliverability. We assure you that we will do everything to maintain our service.
Experience the practical demonstration with our own Hololens application. The mixed reality glasses allow the user to view the newly developed conveyor element as an interactive 3D projection.
The visual support and the display of interactive content with comprehensible instructions and checklists, which the support specialist can display to the technician or system operator in his field of vision, will result in a high increase of user-friendliness and a quick problem solving.
René Holzer has resigned as CEO of Gilgen Logistics AG and will leave the company at the end of August 2020.
The Board of Directors and the Gilgen team wish René Holzer all the best for the future. For the 28 years with great commitment and loyal service to the company, he will remain in amicable contact with the company.
Jakob Gilgen, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Gilgen Logistics AG, will take over as CEO on March 1, 2020.
Daniel Gilgen - in the third generation of the owning family - took over the systems business on January 1, 2020. The first steps for succession planning have been implemented.