OBS Logistics is a member of the Anisa Group
OBS Logistics creates integrated software solutions that streamline core logistics management processes. Our clients include leading third party logistics providers, retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers and efulfilment companies, with operations in more than 60 countries.
Our CALIDUS Total Logistics Software provides a comprehensive, and modular, solution for warehouse and transport management, which supports full supply chain visibility for improved efficiency and enhanced customer service.
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Jan 2015 - To get the optimum in accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness from your warehouse, the humble bar code, working with RF technology and operational RF-driven dashboards, can provide the key.
At this year's Intralogistex show come to the OBS Logistics stand to find out more about our RF and voice enabled warehouse management system and how you can develop operational dashboards that improve your speed of response to change.
After a very successful event in 2014, OBS Logistics returns to the Commercial Vehicle Show at the NEC, Birmingham on 14th - 16th April 2015. Come and visit us on stand 4D100 where we will be demonstrating the latest enhancements to our Electronic Proof of Delivery system, including Live ETA tracking and the new VEHub app for driver documentation.
See ePOD in action on the latest mobile devices including smartphone and tablets.
Open Business Solutions' customers and business partners enjoyed an evening with Britain's oldest wine sellers, Berry Bros and Rudd, which was opened in 1698 and remains largely unchanged in the 310 years of trading.
In addition to soaking up the shop's history, guests enjoyed a wine tasting experience carefully selected from the 5000 wines on offer.
OBS Logistics customer, Potter Logistics, has completed its extension to the rail head project at the Selby rail terminal. This extended head shunt will allow the terminal to accommodate the longest trains that are now transporting freight from UK ports.