St. Olavs Hospital is a health enterprise and university hospital in the Mid-Norway region; an area which consists of the counties of Møre and Romsdal, Sør-Trøndelag and Nord-Trøndelag, and has a total of 630 000 inhabitants. The hospital covers nearly 200 000 m², built on a central structure with nine different units connected together with supply tunnels. The hospital project consists of new buildings and a new organization. The project commenced in 2000 with the central structure and the first clinical centers were completed in 2006. The entire project will be finished in 2013. By then, approximately 80% of the existing buildings will have been replaced by new ones, the rest is rebuilt. The University Hospital in Trondheim is the first university in Norway which completely integrates patient treatment, research and teaching, with the objective to set new standards in the Nordic healthcare sector. During the planning phase, the hospital recognized the importance of efficient logistics systems and understood them as preconditions to meet the future demands and challenges of the healthcare sector. The integrated solution with Swisslog systems: PillPick, TranspoNet and TransCar. Since 2001, Swisslog has been equipping St. Olavs Hospital with automated in-house logistics systems. The implementation of the TranspoNet Pneumatic Tube System was followed by the installation of the TransCar Automated Guided Vehicle System and the ordering of the PillPick Automated Drug Management System. The TranspoNet Pneumatic Tube System with a diameter of 160 mm comprises about 170 sending and/or receiving stations and over 10 000 m of tube, and connects all the hospital facilities together. Every spontaneous transport requirement between care units, wards, laboratory, pharmacy and operation theatres is now possible by using carriers. With a payload up to 5 kg, carriers transport blood products, cytostatic drugs, instantaneous sections, samples and medication through the hospital, relieving staff from time consuming portering activities and freeing up valuable time for patient care.