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Footwear company Loeffler Randall selects Bergen as 3PL provider

RBR Staff Writer Published 20 August 2013

Loeffler Randall, a New York-based footwear company, has chosen Bergen Logistics as its preferred third party logistics (3PL) provider.

The company's handbags and shoes are found in over 200 fine retailers worldwide, including Barneys, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue and Harvey Nichols.

Bergen's cloud-based warehouse management system (WMS) allows clients to view real-time status of inbound shipments as goods are being scanned into inventory.

With merchandise going through two more scanning points for picking accuracy and inventory tracking. The live updates in WMS provide clients with up-to-date information at their fingertips.

Transmitting all orders electronically will create better visibility for Loeffler Randall as well as generating higher rates of efficiency in the supply chain process.

Loeffler Randall partner Amanda Thomas Alexander said: "The systems, transparency and efficiency of the Bergen operation were really compelling. I love that WMS allows us to be on top of what's happening in real time without being there."

Bergen Logistics founder and president Ron Roman said: "Loeffler Randall is the type of high end designer we attract. Full visibility, quick turnaround time and 100% accuracy while having scalability, are all requirements we meet. We are glad to have gained their business and trust."