Anniversary: 100 years of Still

100 years of Still

The introduction of digital service portals are examples of the power in the service sector.
The introduction of digital service portals are examples of the power in the service sector.

GERMANY, Hamburg. With the slogan "A History of the Future" the intralogistics company Still celebrates their 100th anniversary this year. Over the past 100 years the company has time and again shown an acute perception of the current requirements and challenges of their customers, influenced the industry with their innovative power and set out on the path towards future-oriented business fields.

Only a few years after being founded as a repair workshop for electric motors, the company presents their own products, such as the "Matador light station", at the Leipzig Fair in 1924. Still quickly makes a name for themselves as a manufacturer of innovative industrial trucks and pioneer for electric mobility.

One step ahead

Inventiveness and the urge to find ever better solutions for their customers remain the central driving force for decades. Convinced of the enormous added value for customers, the company is massively pushing the possibilities of automation solutions and assistance systems in the new millennium.

Quality, service and customer orientation were the maxims of the company's founder Hans Still and continue to be the main pillars of the company today. The introduction of digital service portals such as the StillReport as a web-based fleet management tool or the web application Still neXXt fleet, are two examples of the power in the service sector.

In recent years the company also continually expanded their range of consulting services. In a time of complex warehouse worlds with networked vehicles, closely interlinked processes and the need for ever more efficient workflows, the firm realised that, more than ever, companies need experts at their side who can provide competent advice, analyse the warehouse processes professionally and then prudently optimise the warehouse infrastructure. This applies all the more to the rapidly increasing trend towards automation.

Source: Still