More than 30 years’ experience in logistics allow us to guarantee seamless and efficient processes between Thomann, Thomann Nordic and our partners.
As a subsidiary of Thomann in Germany, we are proud of our long years of
experience in purchasing, logistics, and dispatching music equipment of all
Thomann Group moves goods amongst suppliers, partners, and customers to the tune of almost two billion US$ annually, and it is the largest mail-order company world-wide for musical instruments, pro audio, and lighting equipment.
We are continually improving our processes to guarantee frictionless operations – from the offer stage through delivery to distribution of the goods.
90% of our processing is done digitally, supported by numerous automatic processes controlled by our data warehouse, which guarantees as efficient and streamlined an operation as possible.
Thomann Nordic staff with decades’ worth of experience in the MI business are available to respond to your enquiries and help with any issues.
Whether dealing with large consignments, bulky equipment, short-term offers or freight forwarders suffering bottlenecks – there’s no challenge we cannot master.
This is why suppliers from Scandanivia as well as manufacturers from all over the world have been placing their trust in our team’s skills and expertise for many years.
The MI market is a niche sector with many boutique manufacturers and complex logistics processes. We help our partners optimise their processes and improve their profitability.
Sales & marketing data
Thomann Group keeps a very close eye on the market and all its trends Our insights enable us to assist manufacturers and suppliers in better adapting their portfolio and procurement processes to consumer demand.
Europe’s biggest warehouse
As the world’s largest shipper of musical instruments, pro audio and lighting equipment, Thomann Group has at its disposal the industry’s largest-capacity warehouse operation in Europe.
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Thomann Nordic ApS is B2B only and does not offer end user support. Please contact the Thomann Service in Germany for Support.