We optimize trade logistics
We solve logistics challenges for innovative players in the trade industry.
We specialize in ERP software, integrations, automation and robotics. Our ERP platform and warehouse robots makes innovative players in the trade industry stay one step ahead.
Trace™ is our ERP platform for state-of-the-art trade logistics. The platform gives our customers control over their goods across channels, efficient order and inventory management, as well as efficient distribution. Some of Norway's largest retailer players use our solutions.
Our warehouse robots Sort™ and Grab™ makes our customers stay one step ahead, through great efficiency and HSE gains. Grab™ takes care of pick’n place of goods, while Sort™ is our pallet sorting expert.
Let’s solve some logistics together.
Working with logistics and need better solutions? Or do you just want to know more about what we do? Let's talk!
A Solwr is a person who finds answers to a problem or a difficult situation.
Cooperation, commitment, creativity and agility are keywords for both the professional and social with us. You get the opportunity to grow in line with the company - this is how we both attract and keep the best people.
Will you join us?
Interested in logistics, automation and robotics? So are we! Especially related to the trade industry. Stay tuned for our take on market trends and needs - as well as a bit of self-bragging now and then.
Solwr Software make changes in management
Torbjørn Krogen is CEO of Solwr Group and general manager of the companies Solwr Robotics and Solwr Software. On 1 March, he’s passing over the leadership position in the Software company to the current COO, Beate Vigmostad Grøvik.
Solwr adjusts the organization for deliveries in 2023
Solwr has some of Norway's largest retail players as customers, and a large number of upcoming deliveries of the ERP platform Trace™ in Norway and abroad in 2023.
ASKO invests in Solwr
After many years of close collaboration related to the development of the warehouse robots Grab™ and Sort™, ASKO is now entering the ownership side of Solwr.
10.6 million NOK from the Norwegian Research Council
Solwr has, together with SINTEF, received support from the Norwegian Research Council for a new research project.