History

2015

viastore founds an independent international software company in Germany. It includes the former areas of SAP Logistics Solutions and viadat. In this context, the company adopts a new strategic concept with viastore being the umbrella brand and the two companies viastore SYSTEMS and viastore SOFTWARE positioned to provide even more intensive customer support.

2013

Managing Partner Christoph Hahn-Woernle retires after more than 40 years in the intralogistics business.

2012

Foundation of subsidiaries in Brazil and China.

2011

Philipp Hahn-Woernle, son of Christoph Hahn-Woernle, is appointed a member of the Management Board.

2008

viastore acquires conveyor systems specialist Blesco, headquartered in Grand Rapids/Michigan, thus further expanding its position in the U.S. market.

2007

Foundation of subsidiary in Russia.

2006

Sale of the American standard WMS provider Provia Software.

2004

Foundation of subsidiary in the Czech Republic.

1999

100% takeover of Haushahn Automationssysteme GmbH & Co. KG by managing director Christoph Hahn-Woernle  Company name is changed to viastore systems.

1991

Foundation of subsidiary in France.

1989

Foundation of U.S. subsidiary.

1988

Formation of Haushahn Automationssysteme as an independent systems company specializing in intralogistics.

1970

By acquiring Weissert & Hieber, the company makes its entry into the field of warehouse technology.

1929

Haushahn starts production of the first “high-speed” elevators in Germany.

Around 1900

Haushahn starts production of electric elevators.

1889

Immanuel Hahn purchases machine shop C. Haushahn, initially engaging in the construction of scales and cranes.