Together we design the best solution

The group

LCS Group has been operating on the Italian and European markets since 1989 as a System Integrator, offering complete, integrated and cutting-edge hardware and software solutions for internal logistics, airports and industrial automation.

The Group is composed by the following companies: LCS, LCS Automation and 4NEXT Solutions.

Although different by sector of activity, the companies share a common mission: integrate excellence.

The method

  1. Gathering of customer needs and analysis of project data
  2. Definition of functional specifications with the customer
  3. Integrated development: mechanical, electrical, software
  4. Management of the entire on-site implementation
  5. Staff training
  6. 24/7 support

Our timeline

  • 2020 - 

    LCS Group consolidates its position on the Italian and foreign markets by acquiring part of the shares of Samind, a company specialised in the production of special mechanics.

  • 2018 - 

    4NEXT Solutions is founded, with the aim of specializing the offer in Software for the industry

  • 2014 - 

    The legal nature of LCS becomes S.p.A., with fully paid-up share capital of € 1,000,000.00

  • 2010 - 

    LCS Automation is founded, with the aim of providing industrial automation solutions with strong specialization in the automotive sector

  • 2007 - 

    LCS is on the market as a system integrator, offering turnkey and trouble-free solutions

  • 1998 - 

    Logica Consulting & Solutions (LCS) is founded and acquires from Logica the company branch for the automation of material handling and automatic warehouses

  • 1990 - 

    Logica begins to operate in the field of logistics and automation offering consulting services. These are the years in which the collaboration with the Mannesmann DEMAG group was born and the first automations of transport systems and automatic warehouses were completed

  • 1989 - 

    Gianfranco Silipigni founds Logica Sas with the aim of operating in the field of industrial applications of microprocessors