Distribution Center Management

Press enter to search
Close search
Open Menu

Distribution Center Management

A collection of news, articles and other featured content about Distribution Center Management.

The more than one million square-foot facility in Maryland will optimize product distribution for the company's growing direct-to-consumer business.

Discover best practices in warehouse management, and how the right warehouse management system helps manage inventory, ensure high velocity and accuracy, and avoid unwanted costs.

The world's reigning retailer expects online sales to exceed $10 billion globally this fiscal year, and will open two large fulfillment centers to allow customers to shop seamlessly across online, mobile and stores.

One of the biggest challenges that can hamper growth of global brands in emerging markets is the complex and varied nature of its distribution set-up. Read more on how enabling collaboration and automation for distributors can turn these challenges into an advantage.

A comparison chart of solution providers to the consumer goods industry in the areas of transportation management, warehouse management and more.

The Coca-Cola Co. is planning to sell off its U.S. manufacturing and distribution operations by 2017 so it can focus on its concentrate-making business, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Kellogg's U.S.'s Kashi Company has acquired Pure Organic, manufacturers of The Pure Bar line of organic vegan snack bars.

In April 2013, The Coca-Cola Company announced that it had signed Letters of Intent with five U.S. bottlers which committed to creating a stronger U.S. business model through the granting of new, expanded territories.

This agreement represents a shift in Coty's go-to-market strategy for brands sold through the mass distribution channel in China, by allowing Coty to leverage Li & Fung's broad distribution network in that channel.

The CGT Supply Chain Share Group, together with IBM, discuss company initiatives on sustainability and traceability.

A division of the global packaged food giant is expected to improve order fulfillment capability and traceability of goods.

The deal would nearly double DPSs company-owned distribution in Pennsylvania and add glass package manufacturing capabilities.

Show More