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Quiet Logistics partners with emerging fashion brands
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Oct '12
Quiet Logistics, the fulfillment provider of choice for premium brands in the fashion and apparel sector, has announced that it will provide fulfillment services for Ministry of Supply and Peter Manning.

Ministry of Supply is creating the next generation of business wear, and consumers have noticed -- Ministry raised over $430,000 on Kickstarter, smashing the apparel company funding record for the site. Peter Manning is the first apparel company to provide men 5'8" and under with classic American sportswear that fits properly and feels great.

"Quiet Logistics is thrilled to be working with Ministry of Supply and Peter Manning," said Quiet Logistics CEO Bruce Welty. "These companies are filling gaps in the fashion and apparel market, and we look forward to helping them grow and evolve."

Quiet Logistics applies cutting-edge hardware and software technologies to fulfill eCommerce and wholesale orders for leading brands and e-tailers quickly, accurately and beautifully. By getting the right product to the right person on time and in perfect condition, Quiet helps its clients strengthen brand loyalty while increasing customer referrals and profits.

Ministry of Supply is creating the next generation of business wear. Started in late 2010 at MIT, Ministry of Supply has a vision for what business wear should be -- truly adaptive to the human body. They spent the last year and a half developing both their fabrics and their shirts. After that, their initial test launches in late 2011 sold out.

Peter Manning is founded on a simple premise: American men 5'8" and under must be able to buy clothes that fit properly and feel great.

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