Cases & customers
When our customers are successful, so are we. We work with retailers and suppliers, e-commerce business, and logistical partners, all connected in a single network. And if they can trade effortlessly, what’s left for us to say? Find out what they have to say about us!
Artiteq is a hanging system specialist that develops flexible hanging systems for paintings and other wall decorations. Despite the fact that Artiteq does business with customers from all over the world, all trading is a piece of cake with EDI by Transus.
Diversi Foods is a distributor of innovative ready-to-bake products for the Western European market, including pre-baked and frozen bread products, Viennoiserie, pastries, snacks, and frozen pastry products. Since 1989, the company has been synonymous with authenticity, quality, experience, and innovation.
“We have to work with EDI in our industry in order to harmonise our methods with those of our trading partners.”
Marly is a supplier of innovative automotive products such as engine oils. Helga Thoelen explains how she found Transus: “a big customer asked us to work with EDI and told us: ‘we use Transus for other suppliers, why don’t you try them.’ That’s exactly what we did, and we’re very satisfied with how things have gone.”
From its large warehouse in Roelofarendsveen, Patisserie Unique ships pastry, cakes, bread, and biscuits made by no fewer than 26 bakeries to bakers, hospitality businesses, and supermarkets. Jeroen Majoor, Director of Patisserie Unique, is very pleased with EDI by Transus.
Tomassen Duck-To supplies quality duck products to, among others, German retail chain EDEKA. The company already supplied large quantities of duck products to wholesalers, but retail was new and so was EDI.
Van Buuren is a leading importer and distributor of consumer electronics with a large product portfolio and tailor-made solutions. Van Buuren is an indispensable link between manufacturers and retailers.
Creative retail chain Veritas has 117 of its own shops selling fashion accessories and sewing and craft supplies. Project manager Linda Van Hove explains how the shops are supplied: “Most products are shipped to the stores from a central warehouse, with various regular suppliers delivering the remaining products straight from their stock on a weekly basis. We use EDI to ensure that these call-off orders are processed flawlessly.”