Brian Mattingly

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With more than two decades’ experience in logistics and supply chain, Brian is responsible for Saddle Creek’s dedicated and shared-space operations in Kentucky, a key strategic market for its growing ecommerce and omnichannel fulfillment business. Since joining Saddle Creek as DC manager in Lexington, KY in 2012, he has steadily expanded his role as a leader in the organization. Brian has overseen the expansion of three new buildings in two new markets, increasing the company’s footprint to over 1.3 million square feet in the area. He remains focused on future growth by delivering excellent service to retail, ecommerce and manufacturing clients.

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Warehouse Automation: Improving Agility

| Brian Mattingly

Warehouse automation enables today’s retailers and brands to keep growing and preparing for the future, while being flexible and agile enough to adjust to sudden shifts in demand. There are many different flavors of advanced technology to help you get to where you need to be to remain competitive. Here’s a primer on them.

Fulfillment Operations: Scaling Starts with Strong Systems

| Brian Mattingly

Scaling for growth and business fluctuations are expected to be a primary focus for retailers and brands this year, and has a major impact on fulfillment operations. Before you get ahead of your skis on automation and robotics, here are some basics on doing a needs assessment and a system check to align investments with business needs.