Logit Services (logit) was established by the management of a leading European service provider as a dynamic response to the need for a value-added logistics solutions specialist for the high-tech sector. Intelligently linking technical and logistics services aimed at supporting the entire product lifecycle was the key to the company’s success. With the company’s two founders and managing directors Jürgen Geipel and Harry Liedtke, as well as a dedicated specialized transport network and service centers for the high-tech sector, logit has become one of Germany’s leading providers of technical value-added services. Close ties to syncreon International Group enable logit to leverage best-in-class contract logistics and supply chain solutions and offer its customers worldwide end-to-end efficiency. Founded as recently as 2003, the company now ranks as one of the leading companies in Germany in a number of high-tech industries.
Walsh Western International, headquartered in Dublin, Ireland had been one of the fastest growing and most successful supply chain service providers in Europe. Specializing in end-to-end logistics and supply chain solutions, WWI provided a broad range of services that closely complimented those of TDS; including fulfillment, reverse logistics, dynamic in-transit merge and distribution, freight management and transportation solutions for the technology industry. WWI established a strong presence in the electronic and technology sectors, servicing customers such as Dell, Epson, and HP.
TDS logistics had been a global provider of complex supply chain solutions, primarily to the automotive industry, with a proven track record going back over 65 years. TDS logistics, Inc. was founded in 1986, and was headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan (USA). TDS, one of the world's leading suppliers of value-added material handling logistics solutions to the automotive industry, had become a preferred service provider for many major automotive OEMs including Audi, BMW, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, and Volkswagen.