First Line joins Ukwa

Boston, Cambridge , US: First Line Software has joined the UK Warehousing Association and the Automated Material Handling Systems Association.

First Line Software installs services for the German Viadat warehouse management system.

By joining Ukwa First Line Software is seeking to promote its remote WMS implementation capabilities to UK customers, including distribution centre owners and operators, eCommerce retailers and third-party logistics providers.

Anastasia Novoseltseva, vice president, marketing, First Line Software, said: “We’re very excited to be joining Ukwa and AMHSA, as it underlines our serious commitment to growing our footprint in the UK. We have great ambition for the region, as we are certain that operators of logistics businesses in the UK will see the opportunities we can offer them to enhance the effectiveness and profitablity of their intralogistics operations.”

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