WE wanna be fast.
WE wanna grow.
WE ARE BIG ENOUGH TO COMPETE, SMALL ENOUGH TO CARE
Welcome to FINECOM
Logistics & Fulfillment with Heart
Individual and efficient logistics & fulfillment solutions are our passion. We serve well-known brands from the sports, outdoor, health, fashion, cosmetics and consumer goods sectors.
At five locations in Germany, we offer comprehensive services and a wide range of value-added services on around 100,000 square metres of logistics space.
- Single source logistics
- Many years of experience & comprehensive know-how
- Full-service provider with innovative IT
Service that Propels Growth
As a full-service provider, we efficiently take care of all your logistical tasks straight away. Our expertise is in the return management of online trade including the reprocessing of goods, that’s not to say we lack in other logistical areas either.
We have a special eye for detail and combine our many years of experience and comprehensive know-how with innovation, performance, quality, dynamism and innovative IT solutions.
With our comprehensive services and strong team, we can respond to your individual logistics requirements and make tailor-made logistics work for everyone.
We marry modernity with tradition. As a family business founded in 1954 and with logistics experience since 1991, we consistently use our many years of experience and unconventional ideas to develop the best possible solutions.
A passion for what we do is the most important thing about us and clearly sets us apart from the rest. For generations, we have carried this passion for logistics in our hearts, and it enables us to provide the individual services you need to succeed.
The Latest News
We are proud to announce that in September 2023, we were awarded the “Employer of the Future” seal.
Thousands of little busy bees have recently moved into our sites in Mülheim an der Ruhr and Passau.
What happens after I order a product from an online retailer? How do the packages get to my home? Where do the returned packages end up? How is a department store organized?