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Maker and Company partners with Apparel Logistics Group
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Sep '11
The Apparel Logistics Group recently announced they will begin to provide fashion logistics services for Maker and Company.

Maker and Company is a sportswear brand which has a unique spin on a classic approach for better menswear. Designs and color palettes that are truly made for the tastemaker and synonymous with the season. Based in New York, Maker and Company has made its way into over 250 better men's stores across the country and continues to build a fan base with its collection.

“One aspect of Maker's early success is its ability to focus on merchandising and design and allowing The Apparel Logistics Group to handle our inventory and distribution,” according to Steve Seelert, Director of Operations for Maker & Company. “Their ability to handle large bulk inventories and deliver in a timely manner to customers is unmatched. They also possess an automated material handling system which not only leads to an extremely high accuracy rate but also a lower cost per item of handling. This is very important to Maker as we enter into the e-commerce world.”

The Apparel Logistics Group provides companies with exceptional third party logistics services (3PL) for apparel inventory warehousing, apparel distribution, cross-docking, pick and pack, fulfillment, supply chain management, and value added services (VAS). Additionally, the company offers apparel third party services (3PS) like customer service, EDI, ASN and other IT-related support, accounting services, and imports management for the apparel industry.

The Apparel Logistics Group

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