Partners

FEM is proud to be representing a robust industry with many dynamic, international countries among its members. Here are the partners who are driving the common vision for FEM industries - to maintain Europe as the leading region in the world for the materials handling, lifting and storage industry.

These partners are also the companies offering you the life-changing opportunity for a paid traineeship in their offices. Get to know them here and stand the chance to meet them at the FEM Congress in Antwerp, Belgium!

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Founded in 2005, Balyo designs, develops and markets totally innovative handling robots. Thanks to its navigation technology, unique inside buildings, Balyo transforms standard forklift trucks into standalone intelligent robots, capable of working alongside human operators. The technological breakthrough introduced by Balyo has permitted fleets of robots to navigate in warehouses or in factories without any additional infrastructures.

In 2015, Balyo signed a partnership with the European leader in material handling, Linde Material Handling, for the common commercialisation of a unique range of smart robots. Building on this success, in 2016 Balyo signed a second partnership with the American specialist in material handling Hyster-Yale to increase growth in the Americas. Today the company has 90 employees and offices around the world.

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Linde Material Handling GmbH, a KION Group company, is a leading global manufacturer of forklift trucks and warehouse trucks, and a solutions and service provider for intralogistics.

With a sales and service network that spans more than 100 countries, the company is represented in all major regions around the world.

In the 2016 financial year, the Linde MH EMEA Operating Unit (Europe, Middle East, Africa) recorded a total revenue of roughly EUR 2.9 billion, with approximately 10,500 employees worldwide. Global sales of Linde trucks amounted to over 109,000 units in 2016.

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The SSI Schaefer Group is the world’s leading provider of modular warehousing and logistics solutions. It employs some 10,500 people at its group headquarters in Neunkirchen (Germany), at more than ten domestic and international production sites, and at approximately 70 worldwide operative subsidiaries. Across six continents, SSI Schaefer develops and implements innovative industry-specific answers to its customers’ unique challenges. As a result, it plays a key role in shaping the future of intralogistics.

SSI Schaefer’s broad IT offering, including its own WAMAS® and SAP products, delivers seamless support for all warehouse and material flow management processes. As an international player, SSI Schaefer delivers one-stop solutions to all four corners of the earth. Its comprehensive portfolio encompasses design, planning, consulting, and customer-specific aftersales services and maintenance.

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Our journey started 40 years ago and today Stow International, part of the Averys Group, is one of the world’s biggest players in storage solutions. We engineer, manufacture and sell top-quality racking systems for the storage of palletised or small goods and longer items, as well as mezzanine structures, compliant with the most stringent regulations.

Our 800 employees are committed to supply added value in warehouse racking and shelving in all industries from e-commerce, over automobile, pharma, retail to food processing and many more. To meet our customers’ needs, we now have 3 production facilities, 8 affiliate companies and over 40 distributors.

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Toyota Material Handling Europe is part of Toyota Industries Corporation – the global leader in material handling, providing businesses of all sizes with a full range of material handling solutions. Toyota offers counterbalanced and warehouse trucks, semi & fully automated solutions, energy solutions, fleet management and services all designed to maximize safety, productivity and efficiency in your operations.

Over 95% of trucks are manufactured in our European factories, in accordance to Toyota Production System’s (TPS) quality standards. Businesses can rely on solutions tailored to their needs thanks to Toyota’s expertise in lean manufacturing and continued investment. And always supported by a team of experts, driven by passion & inspired and guided by the Toyota Way

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Vanderlande is the global market leader for value-added logistic process automation at airports, and in the parcel market. The company is also a leading supplier of process automation solutions for warehouses.

Vanderlande’s baggage handling systems move 3.7 billion pieces of luggage around the world per year, in other words 10.1 million per day. Its systems are active in 600 airports including 13 of the world’s top 20. More than 39 million parcels are sorted by its systems every day.

Vanderlande has more than 5,000 employees. With a consistently increasing turnover of more than 1.1 billion euros, it has established a global reputation over the past six decades as a highly reliable partner for value-added logistic process automation.

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