Fortna and MHS Global renamed FORTNA

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The merger of MHS Global, a global provider of material flow automation and systems integration, and Fortna, a warehouse distribution software and solutions provider, has resulted in a single combined entity that will be known as FORTNA. Combining decades of experience designing, developing and delivering omnichannel and parcel distribution solutions, the companies offer customers a uniquely versatile, end-to-end path to streamline operations in the face of constant disruption.

The new company enters the market with the size, scale and capabilities of a global leader in its category. In a world where increasing consumer demands are constantly confronted with supply chain disruptions and other challenges, the newly combined FORTNA offers its customers partnerships and solutions they can count on to exceed the demands of tomorrow.

Rob McKeel, CEO of FORTNA stated, “The decision to keep the old Fortna name was the result of careful consideration. We chose the FORTNA name not only because of the reputation the name already has in the marketplace, but also because of the strength and resilience it embodies.” McKeel continued, “The notion of steadfastness. Of endurance and strength. It speaks to what our customers need in today’s climate and what they can expect from our partnership – the ability to weather and thrive in ever-changing market conditions.”

Alongside the new brand identity, customers will be able to access the advanced power unlocked by the combined capabilities of two industry-leading providers of omnichannel and parcel distribution solutions.

McKeel added, “Ultimately, our customers need to know they’re prepared for anything. That means operations run at the speed of change — and the intelligence to anticipate what’s next. We are excited to offer our customers the ability to create scalable, cost-effective operations through automation.”

November 1, 2022

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