December 1, 2004




Making the Rounds with a DC Supervisor

Richard Mini likes to hit the hot spots on a regular basis — the hot spots, that is, of the distribution center of Branford, CT-based signage and safety products cataloger Seton Identification Products.
As distribution supervisor, Mini oversees Seton’s 50,000-sq.-ft. …

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December 1, 2004




In-Store Pickup Pitfalls and Payoffs

Multichannel marketers that allow catalog and online customers to pick up their orders in one of their stores find the service hugely popular among shoppers. For instance, nearly 45% of Sears.com sales this year have been picked up in stores, …

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December 1, 2004




Strategy Comes into Play

The summer months came and went without much notable deal activity. Just 16 deals were orchestrated in the third quarter. That’s up from 13 in last year’s third quarter but down from 22 two years ago.
The vast majority of deals were strategic …

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November 24, 2004




Warehousing Insider: Smart Ways to Manage Space, SKUs

If lack of DC storage space overwhelms you, consider this: Are you measuring it the right way? The newsletter Distribution Digest gives us this example: A company that sells rugs was having storage difficulties. To measure the space that the …

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November 24, 2004




You’ve Got RFID—and a Ton of Useless Data

You’ve shelled out hundreds of thousands of dollars, and you’re now the proud owner of a radio frequency identification system. What do you do with the mangled data it’s spewing out? Many companies, it appears, are asking …

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November 18, 2004




Avoiding WMS Myth-stakes

If you’ve been searching for a warehouse management system (WMS), you may find it helpful to avoid getting caught up in the “big myths” about such systems. These myths were compiled by Rene Jones, president and COO of Burbank, CA-based …

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November 10, 2004




Is It Time To Replace Your WMS? Early Warning Signs

Of course, a warehouse management system is a long-term investment. But in today’s DCs, which are pressured to meet ever-higher performance standards, technology becomes outdated far more quickly than it used to. What, then, do you do with your …

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November 1, 2004




Fashion Sense

WE ADMIT IT: The Web site of eFashion Solutions LLC may look a little too pretty for hard-core techies. Once you download the required Macromedia Flash Player, your first impression is of color — a lot of pink and black, punched …

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In Channel Integration, Inventory

November 1, 2004




twelve for the road

No matter which carrier you use, there are ways to radically cut your shipping costs, according to Mark Taylor, CEO of Plymouth, MI-based Taylor Systems Engineering Corp. and a leading authority on logistics and warehouse productivity. He suggests implementing the 12…

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In Ship, Shipping/Delivery

November 1, 2004




Keeping Within the Spirits of the Law

During the past year liquor wholesalers have urged the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the constitutional right of a state to regulate, and restrict, the sale of liquor by mail within its borders. According to Washington-based lobbying group Wine …

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