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National beverage company selects Park City's Vendor Managed Inventory Solution
By RBR Staff Writer
The Vendor Managed Inventory solution from American Saas-based retail supply chain solutions provider Park City Group's portfolio was recently selected by a national beverage company to order and track its products optimally.
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TradeStone Software launches new Materials Management solution module
By RBR Staff Writer
TradeStone Software, a Massachusetts-based merchandise lifecycle management (MLM) solutions provider, recently launched its new Materials Management solution module. The new module is expected to help retailers reduce inventory liabilities and help in consumption tracking.
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Future Supply Chain to open 12 large logistics parks in India
By RBR Staff Writer
Future Supply Chain Solutions, the supply chain and logistics arm of the India-based Future Group, plans to set up 12 large-scale logistics parks in nine Indian cities over the next three to five years.
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Aeropostale selects NGC Software for global supply chain management
By RBR Staff Writer
Aeropostale, the US-based specialty casual clothing retailer, recently selected American Software's wholly-owned subsidiary NGC's supply chain management software as its global supply chain management system. The idea is to improve visibility, communication and collaboration between Aeropostale's vendors and international licensees.
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NFI expands supply chain capabilities with acquisition of The Gilbert Company
By RBR Staff Writer
NFI, the New Jersey-based supply chain solutions provider in North America, has purchased the West Coast business operation of The Gilbert Company, a third-party warehousing, distribution and transportation service provider.
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ASOS' warehouse facility in Barnsley to open in June
By RBR Staff Writer
ASOS, the UK-based online fashion retailer, plans to open its retail distribution facility in Barnsley in the UK, in June. The warehouse facility will have a space of 53,000 sq ft.
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JC Penney to streamline supply chain network by 2013
By RBR Staff Writer
JC Penney, the US-based department store chain, plans to restructure its supply chain network by closing five supply chain centers and expand seven centers in the next two years, reports said
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Kathmandu to build 5000sqm warehouse in Christchurch
By RBR Staff Writer
Kathmandu, a retailer of outdoor clothing and equipment in New Zealand and Australia, will build a new 5000sq m warehouse in Christchurch in New Zealand.
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Best Buy to close Indiana distribution facility next year
By RBR Staff Writer
Best Buy, the US-based electronics retailer, will close its retail distribution facility in Indiana by the end of March next year. The center is located in Franklin.
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Giles & Posner selects Jagged Peak to optimize supply chain services
Giles & Posner, the UK-based manufacturers and retailers of commercial, home, kitchen and entertainment-oriented appliances and supplies, recently signed an agreement with the US-based enterprise-class eCommerce solutions and supply chain service providing company Jagged Peak.
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Amazon to open third distribution facility in Indiana
By RBR Staff Writer
Amazon, the Seattle-based online retailer, plans to open a retail distribution center (RDC) in Indiana this summer. This will be its third RDC in the state.
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Amazon plans to build three more distribution centers in Tennessee
By RBR Staff Writer
Amazon, the US-based online retailer, plans to build three fulfillment centers in Tennessee. As mentioned in a state filing on 29 April, the online retailer plans to invest about $180m in the next two years.
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Amazon to open distribution center in Sumner
By RBR Staff Writer
Amazon, the US-based online retailer, will open a distribution center in Sumner, Washington, this summer to deliver stock to customers in the Pacific Northwest region.
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Amazon to set up eighth logistics center in China
By RBR Staff Writer
Amazon.com, the US-based online retailer, will set up its eighth logistics center in China's Jiangsu Province, reports said.
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BrightHouse, DHL Supply Chain renew UK logistics contract
By RBR Staff Writer
BrightHouse, the US-based cable television operator, recently renewed its contract with DHL Supply Chain, the contract logistics and value-added services division of Deutsche Post, to handle the storage and distribution of its branded household products across the UK.
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