Robotic Fulfillment to Cut Custom Apparel Delivery Time by 20%

9/25/2011

Custom men's clothing retailer Alton Lane has gone live with an apparel processing operation from Quiet Logistics that combines an advanced fulfillment management system, robotic material handling equipment from Kiva Systems and precise packaging processes. The retailer expects the solution will reduce delivery times for its bespoke clothing by up to 20%.

The technology platform can process garment on hanger (GOH), flat apparel, shoes and accessories in a consistent, singular operation.

Alton Lane operates a full-service online store offering custom-made clothing as well as a flagship private showroom in Manhattan, with plans to open a second showroom in Washington, DC's Dupont Circle this fall.

"Quiet Logistics understands the need for quick and accurate fulfillment, and to accomplish that goal they utilize the latest technology and state-of-the-art systems," said Alton Lane CEO Colin Hunter in a statement. "We are confident our customers will reap tangible benefits from the efficiency, speed and accuracy that Quiet Logistics provides."


About Quiet Logistics
Quiet Logistics delivers an exceptional, high volume customer experience for some of the eCommerce industry’s fastest growing fashion and lifestyle e-tailers and brands. www.quietlogistics.com