Hellmann Calculates with the PSI Logistics Tender Management System

Berlin, 27 November 2014 – The Hellmann Worldwide Logistics GmbH & Co. KG, Osnabruck, is optimising the calculation of their offers with the tender management system from PSI Logistics GmbH. In the future the transparent, cost-optimised preparation of haul rates will be performed uniformly and nearly automatically, based on actual data in a single system. The new PSI system replaces a multitude of single systems that have supported Hellmann in the calculation process to date.

The use of the tender management system simplifies the calculation processes, increases their quality and reduces the effort as well as the resources required for calculating an offer. To that end, extensive extensions have been precisely tailored to the requirements of the logistics provider. These allow an optimal modelling of the offers to the service pro-vider’s logistics network and determine and evaluate the specific costs. The service provider’s internal cost structures are stored in the system. Hellmann will be able to manage the data structure on its own.

The tender management system went into production at Hellmann in September and is currently being successively rolled out throughout the company. The system is part of the PSI Logistics transport management solution that is used, amongst others, by the Swiss postal service.

With a global network branches in 157 countries worldwide as well as a product palette of classical shipping services from courier services to warehousing and special services, Hell-mann Worldwide Logistics – founded in 1871 – is one of the largest international providers of logistics services.

On the basis of its own software products, PSI AG develops and integrates complete solutions for energy management (gas, oil, electricity, heat, energy trading), production management (mining, metals, automotive, mechanical engineering, logistics) and infrastructure management for transport and safety. PSI was founded in 1969 and employs 1,700 persons worldwide.