Tegro AG, based in Schwerzenbach, is a provider of do-it-yourself and industrial products. The core business includes, among other things, autoclaves range, car and bicycle accessories. Tegro AG intended to expand its storage capacities and took over the office and production building with high-rack storage, which had been vacant for four years.
Gilgen was commissioned by the owner of Westcore Europe and partly by the new tenant Tegro to modernize the high-bay warehouse. Hugo Fritschi, today Gilgen Logistics, had delivered the four stacker cranes and the conveyor system for pallets in the high bay storage. In order to obtain a comprehensive overview of the state of the automated high-bay storage system, the plant was subjected to a survey.