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  • Fast fashion

    Fast fashion

    Women who take the time to scope out a designer online consignment shop where they can afford to purchase pieces they in the past have only dreamt of, likely are pretty stoked about fashion.

    Posted 10/03/2013Katie EvansPost a comment

    Women who take the time to scope out a designer online consignment shop where they can afford to purchase pieces they in the past have only dreamt of, likely are pretty stoked about fashion.
  • Space Launch

    Reworking their warehouses with web technology, retailers make more room for multi-channel orders.

    Posted 10/31/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Reworking their warehouses with web technology, retailers make more room for multi-channel orders.
  • Moving Merchandise

    How web-enabled inventory management helps two niche retailers expand their Internet markets.

    Posted 09/01/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    How web-enabled inventory management helps two niche retailers expand their Internet markets.
  • Keeping the river of products and information flowing to stores

    Supply chains are like rivers: They deliver a constantly changing flow of products into a retailer’s distribution centers, warehouses and stores. But they also serve as a flow of information about the specifications, financing and movement of those products-a level of information that, thanks to the web, is becoming more accurate, timely and useful in getting the right products to the right stores as well as web site and catalog warehouses at the...

    Posted 03/24/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Supply chains are like rivers: They deliver a constantly changing flow of products into a retailer’s distribution centers, warehouses and stores. But they also serve as a flow of information about the specifications, financing and movement of those products-a level of information that, thanks to…
  • Keeping the web’s eye on sensitive material in transit

    Sportsman’s Warehouse, which operates 30 stores and SportsmansWarehouse.com, is using a web-based supply chain execution system that tracks information such as serial numbers, manufacturers and models of firearms to satisfy federal regulations at multiple checkpoints.

    Posted 02/28/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Sportsman’s Warehouse, which operates 30 stores and SportsmansWarehouse.com, is using a web-based supply chain execution system that tracks information such as serial numbers, manufacturers and models of firearms to satisfy federal regulations at multiple checkpoints.
  • The Internet transforms warehouse and distribution—often in subtle ways

    The Internet transforms warehouse and distribution operations--often in subtle ways.

    Posted 03/31/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The Internet transforms warehouse and distribution operations--often in subtle ways.
  • GroceryGateway makes the centralized distribution model work

    Toronto-based GroceryGateway.com is taking a steady-as-she-goes approach to building its market and now has enough customers in a concentrated area to justify its own warehouse. It started by fulfilling orders from local store shelves.

    Posted 10/31/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Toronto-based GroceryGateway.com is taking a steady-as-she-goes approach to building its market and now has enough customers in a concentrated area to justify its own warehouse. It started by fulfilling orders from local store shelves.
  • Boxing Match

    Joe Cataudella packs a lot of boxes. When customers order video games from his New York-based Web store, Tronix.com, Cataudella selects the videos from his inventory, packs them up himself and slaps on a mailing label. That way, he knows each order is correct. What’s more, when customers call to ask when an order was sent, he knows the answer. Small operations like Tronix, a two-person shop with less than 80 orders a day, aren’t the only Internet...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Joe Cataudella packs a lot of boxes. When customers order video games from his New York-based Web store, Tronix.com, Cataudella selects the videos from his inventory, packs them up himself and slaps on a mailing label. That way, he knows each order is correct. What’s more, when customers call to…

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