Quiet Partners with Inaugural Incubator Brand, Uwila Warrior

DEVENS, MA, October 24, 2016 — Quiet Logistics, the innovative fulfillment provider to apparel and lifestyle companies, is pleased to announce its selection of Uwila Warrior (www.uwilawarrior.com), a forward-thinking lingerie brand developed by women, for women, as the inaugural company in its new Quiet Brand Incubator. Uwila Warrior, which launched online this month and expects to begin shipping its first collection later this fall, offers luxurious everyday intimate apparel with a fresh, youthful spirit.

As the first member of the Quiet Brand Incubator, a revenue-generating eCommerce environment housed in Quiet’s existing fulfillment centers, Uwila Warrior will benefit from the partnership of an established fulfillment partner from day one, with Quiet Logistics set to facilitate deliveries on behalf of the brand to customers across the United States when its products begin to ship in November. Many emerging brands are often too small to achieve volume minimums required by outsourced solution providers, or too focused on other core competencies to handle shipping internally. But Quiet’s allocated warehouse space and specialized attention will help empower Uwila Warrior with much-needed services, strategies and guidance right from the start.

Led by a team with expertise in finance, strategy, marketing and all aspects of fashion, including a founding member of Marc by Marc Jacobs, Uwila Warrior was selected for the Brand Incubator due to its potential to disrupt the global underwear market.

“Over the years we have had the privilege to partner with many fantastic brands including Bonobos, Mack Weldon, Outdoor Voices and M.Gemi early in their lifecycle,” said Brian Lemerise, President of Quiet Logistics. “We truly enjoy working with ambitious, driven entrepreneurs, and we are really excited to give Uwila Warrior the kind of fulfillment relationship they need to scale up and thrive.”

“As a new brand establishing ourselves online, it’s really important for us to offer best-in-class packaging, presentation and delivery that’s true to who we are and what we stand for,” said Lisa Mullan, CEO and co-founder at Uwila Warrior. “Given Quiet’s commitment to creating exceptional customer experiences for digitally native brands, we know this partnership will be vital to how we grow over time.”

For more information about the Quiet Brand Incubator program, contact Nick Saunders, Quiet Logistics’ SVP of Sales and Marketing: nsaunders@quietlogistics.com.

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About Quiet Logistics: Fashion-Forward Fulfillment
Quiet partners with premium fashion and lifestyle brands to deliver flagship fulfillment services. With proprietary software and best-in-class technology (featured on CNN, Wired and The Business of Fashion), Quiet helps companies grow quickly without compromising quality, scaling up at high speed while maintaining unprecedented order accuracy. At the same time, our sartorial savvy, obsessive attention to detail and ability to finesse the post-transaction process allow us to present a highly customized brand experience on behalf of our clients. In addition to traditional third-party fulfillment, Quiet offers Managed Services, an "insourced" approach to fulfillment operations that leverages Quiet's technology, processes and management in client-owned distribution centers. For more information, visit QuietLogistics.com, join us on LinkedIn and Facebook, and follow on Twitter (@QuietBot). Contact Nick Saunders, nsaunders@quietlogistics.com.

About Uwila Warrior
Uwila Warrior was founded by Lisa Mullan on one simple belief: women shouldn’t have to twist their bodies and lifestyles into underwear that only fits sometimes – they should have unapologetically colorful, beautiful, and comfortable underwear that fits every moment of their lives.