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AL Systems' WCS & DynaPick to increase Delta Galil order accuracy
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Aug '09
AL Systems, the leading supplier of software solutions for improving distribution, is pleased to announce that Delta Galil USA has selected them to reduce their costs of distribution. AL Systems will put in automated conveyor system with their Warehouse Control System (WCS) and DynaPick pick-to-light system to dramatically reduce the costs of order fulfillment in their DC. This implementation is expected to have an eight month return on investment and will increase order accuracy to close to 99.9%.

“The ROI on this project is critical and AL Systems is committed to getting our client's return even faster” said Paul Lightfoot, CEO of AL Systems. “With our DynaPro WCS backbone installed, it will be even easier to do the next project and drive even more return on this investment. In the end our ultimate goal is to make our client's delighted and even more successful.”

The solution will allow Delta Galil to service their major big box retailers such as Wal-Mart, Kohls, and JC Penney with more accuracy and a lot less labor.

“We are pleased to have selected AL Systems” said Steven Seidman, Director of Distribution and Logistics. “We were looking for a partner that could help us with a lot more than just our pick to light needs today – we wanted a scalable suite of products that could grow with us.”

Delta Galil USA is a subsidiary of Delta Galil Industries Ltd, a leading global manufacturer of quality apparel sold under the brands such as Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss and Nike.

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