Improved indoor air quality for the logistics sector – Case Study

Carl Zeiss case study


Today, Carl Zeiss Industrielle Messtechnik GmbH (Carl Zeiss IMT) – a company of the Carl Zeiss Group – has three production sites and more than 100 sales and service centres worldwide. Carl Zeiss IMT is a technology leader for bridge-type and horizontal arm measuring machines as well as instruments for measuring form, geometry and surface.

It sets high standards for everything from use in manufacturing environments to component storage, with special focus on quality, environmental protection and occupational safety.


IMT puts special emphasis on optimising processes and early detection and prompt correction of any defects. The same also holds true for the Schwarz Group which takes over a large part of the logistics activities and warehousing for Carl Zeiss IMT at their Aalen-Ebnat site.

Two large warehouses of approx. 4,000 m² each and a height of approx. 9 m are used for interim storage of components. With stock moved on a daily basis, the stored components soon gather dust. There was a risk that problems would arise during further processing of the components. Carl Zeiss IMT also pays particular attention to occupational safety which also includes healthy indoor air quality in the storage areas. The availability of staff and maintaining their health is top priority.

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