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Logistics.com Solutions Target A Grand Scale
The new Logistics.com expects to become the leading provider of information technology and e-commerce solutions for the transportation and logistics industries.
Solutions Target A Grand Scale Logistics.com Solutions Target A Grand Scale S. McVey - August 8, 2000 Event Summary Just a month since it merged with QuoteShip, Logistics.com is continuing to grow its organization and increase brand awareness. With a total headcount of 137, the Burlington, Massachusetts based logistics management software vendor continues to grow rapidly at a rate of 10-15 employees every month. Founder and CEO Yossi Sheffi is an experienced veteran of the transportation and logistics
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enables manufacturing capacity to scale up quickly and quality to be maintained. This accelerated manufacturing cycle also allows the delay of key product decisions to accommodate consumer and fashion changes in the nick of time. In addition to Zara’s abovementioned example of two supply chains, Coach works directly with leather suppliers to ensure its handbags meet its exacting standards. Inventory management (assortment, allocation and replenishment) capabilities that can rapidly move products to
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