September 1, 2004
School is back in session, and the business-to-business catalogers that target the education market are now reviewing their report cards as far as sales go. For most marketers contacted, it was a decent year.
At Greenville, WI-based School Specialty, sales …
September 29, 2010
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August 1, 1999
A new federal safety law means more schooling for your forklift operators. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires workers operating industrial powered warehouse equipment – including forklifts, hand trucks, and rider trucks – to be officially trained and …More...
October 25, 2008
So far it’s been a frosty fall in terms of consumer spending. But wholesale school supplies and back to school gear cataloger Raymond Geddes is having a good season, with sales up about 10% over last year.
“Our fall sales …
July 1, 2002
July 1, 2002
Do you harbor a burning desire to upgrade your logistics and supply chain management knowledge base? Few of us have the spare time to go back to school, but learning while working has never been easier or more affordable than …More...
May 1, 2002
Say you’re a nearly $800 million multititle mailer that has acquired 38 companies in 10 years. You have eight distribution centers nationwide and rely on more than 500 vendors to drop-ship much of your product. You want one platform for managing and monitoring orders …More...
February 13, 2002
REI Back in Black
Outdoor gear cataloger/retailer Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) enjoyed a 6% rise in annual sales, to $740 million from $698 million for 2000. Catalog and Web sales increased 26%, to $116 million from $92 million. Revenue from REI’s 59 stores increased 5%. As for the …
November 17, 2005
3Q Income, Sales Up at Staples Framingham, MA-based office products conglomerate Staples (Nasdaq: SPLS) posted an 11% jump in third-quarter revenue and a 14% rise in net income. For the three months ended Oct. 29, the cataloger/retailer had netted $238 million on sales …More...
April 15, 2009
Children’s book and magazine publisher Scholastic on April 8 announced expansion plans for its distribution and customer service facility in Moberly, MO. What’s the occasion? It needs to make room for the company’s Back To Basics Toys catalog.