The electronic loading list

With the latest new development ELLi, LIS is taking a further step towards digitization. The new tool displays all unloading and loading processes digitally and in real time.

Pen and paper are increasingly becoming a thing of the past in incoming and outgoing goods. With ELLi, the electronic loading list has arrived. The tool not only makes it easy to record and check off the processes involved in hall handling by mobile phone or tablet, but also transfers them directly to the scheduling department. ELLi thus ensures consistent transparency and also reduces the susceptibility to errors compared to analogue recording.

No label, no problem

ELLi offers all the functions of a scanner, but offers a decisive advantage: This is because packages without barcodes can also be scanned. Whole shipments or only individual packages of an order can be marked as loaded with the new application.

Track status in real time

As soon as a warehouse employee unloads or loads the goods and enters them into the merchandise management system via ELLi, the dispatcher also sees this information on his screen a few seconds later. However, not only the dispatching department but also the customer service benefits from the constant data flow and can keep the customer up to date on the current status of a load at any time. The data can be made available to the customer via an interface or the WebSped portal.

Photos document the condition of the goods

If the goods are incomplete or damaged, ELLi enables the user to record these differences based on the different quality statuses. Photos can also be taken of the goods and assigned to the packages in the digital archive. There they are available for the dispatcher and carrier at any time.


  • Digital recording despite missing scan codes
  • Paperless data exchange between shipper and dispatcher
  • Status update in real time
  • Transparent hall handling process
  • Direct customer integration via WebSped portal
  • Logging possibility of load deviations
  • Photo function