Dmax ups shareholding in Tedlog GmbH to 40%

  • November 26, 2015
  • Blog
Uwe Schoenfeld

Uwe Schoenfeld, Dmax Director & Shareholder is now running the team in Cologne, Germany

Tedlog GmbH just announced that has increased its stake in the company from 33 to 40% this November 2015. is a German company based in Cologne, focusing on IT solutions for reverse logistics. Co-founded in 2013, the company is partly owned by together with, a consulting firm specialising in waste management.

Ray de Bono, CEO at in Malta, sees Tedlog expanding further in Germany in the next 12 months with additional specialists employed in Cologne to complement the existent team and bolster client support.

“Our IT team in Malta is delivering and has over the past 10 years acquired outstanding, if not unique, levels of knowledge on reverse logistics on the island and the future looks very exciting for in Germany.” – said Ray de Bono. clients, which include sector leaders like Mammut, Logex, Ecocycle, Noventiz and GfR, are mainly recycling companies, generic or specialised collectors and logistics firms. These businesses operate under a strict German regime which necessitates constant legal compliance, system audits, checks and balances.

This is where’s software has tapped into by providing tried and tested solutions that automate processes, which will otherwise need a multitude of hours and technical input. Solutions like Core, Vertrag, Reporting, Stoffstrom, Dual, Meldung and Auftrag have been created in Malta with the main architecture and system analysis directed by leading experts in the field like Jens A. Thomas and Uwe Schoenfeld.

“Together with Tedlog GmbH, we successfully realised ECODATEX, a project for controlling and verifying mass flows. Tedlog is an important and professional contact person and partner who supported us excellently during the development of ECODATEX. Moreover, Tedlog did not only help us in running our system and taking care of the software development, but continues to be an important partner who gives us helpful advice for the creation of ECODATEX,” said Dirk Stolze, director of Ecocycle GmbH, a specialised associate waste and logistics audit firm.