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Vida Group chooses Quiet Logistics as fulfillment partner
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Mar '12
Quiet Logistics, the robotic fulfillment-to-consumer provider, announced that they will provide eCommerce order fulfillment services for Vida Group, a leader in building footwear and children's divisions from well-known apparel names. Quiet Logistics will manage the fulfillment for Vida's footwear brands including Pastry, Esprit and Union Bay and children's apparel brands Osh Kosh and Carters.

"We selected Quiet Logistics because we need a fulfillment partner that understands branded apparel, footwear and multi-brand companies. With Quiet on-board, I'm confident that the correct pair of shoes will arrive looking just right on all of our client's doorsteps," said Business Development Specialist for Tech and Bowery Maurice Harary.

"We are thrilled that Vida Group chose Quiet Logistics for its eCommerce order fulfillment. Vida's brands are leaders in a variety of apparel segments and we look forward to helping each brand grow its eCommerce business in the years to come," said Bruce Welty, CEO of Quiet Logistics.

Quiet Logistics uses warehouse automation technologies and Kiva Systems material handling robots to accurately fulfill thousands of online orders quickly, accurately and beautifully. Specializing in branded apparel, fashion and accessories, Quiet Logistics provides product and brand care services, including order and inventory accuracy at competitive prices.

The company focuses on "the moment of truth" in eCommerce, which takes place when a customer receives and opens an order. In that crucial moment, the customer forms or changes an opinion of the product, service, or brand. Precise presentation of the correct product to the right person at the moment of truth increases customer loyalty and profits.

Since 1973, Vida Shoes International has been committed to becoming a global leader in the footwear industry.

Quiet Logistics is the first Fulfillment to Consumer (F2C) provider that completes the eCommerce experience with an elegant mix of technology and branded packaging.

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