The campus expansion planned for the Maulburg site will secure Endress+Hauser’s long-term development and increase production volume.

Endress+Hauser commissioned io to provide an integrated overall design to realign site logistics, involving new, automated warehouse and transport systems as well as SAP EWM for both manual and automated processes.

Automated processes

By converting their warehouse management from SAP WM to SAP EWM, Endress+Hauser can significantly increase transparency in their raw material, semi-finished and finished product inventories and all related movement through warehouse and production. Many manual processes have also been digitalized, making them more efficient.

The new process design focuses on provisioning strategies and the handover of finished goods for shipment. Integrated route logics make transports within the warehouse more transparent and efficient. This reduces throughput times and makes existing logistics processes smoother.

Practical coaching

io also ensures knowledge is transferred to Endress+Hauser InfoServe employees, who will take over support of the systems after the project is completed. Endress+Hauser InfoServe’s IT specialists provide IT support to the group of companies worldwide.
The implementation of SAP EWM is agile and fully in line with io’s standardized and proven project approach, meaning all departments are always up to date.


io’s excellent and practical coaching means we were and are able to continuously expand our knowledge and independently support our system after project completion.

Daniel Dervoz Endress+Hauser InfoServe Project Manager

Key Facts



Endress+Hauser is a leading global supplier of measurement and automation technology for process and laboratory applications. The family business is based in Reinach/Switzerland.

The challenge

  • Improve throughput times in order-specific material provision for electronics production
  • Many manual and inefficient processes


  • Automated processes after converting to SAP EWM
  • Increased flow rates through continuous collection of finished products and demand-oriented allocation of orders for shipping
  • Knowledge transfer through practical coaching sessions