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Three new exciting brands to implement Quiet's Robotic F2C
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Mar '11
Quiet Logistics, the only multi-tenant robotic Fulfillment to Consumer (F2C) outsource provider, announced its continued expansion and momentum with three notable new wins. All three new customers offer high fashion collections:

“We are delighted to have three new exciting brands such as Beckett & Dash, Hayden-Harnett and Jack Robie join our superb collection of world-class fashion customers, including The Gilt Groupe, Bonobos and Tucker Blair”

Beckett & Dash is a menswear fashion company based in New York City dedicated to providing modern, exceptionally tailored shirts and blazers that do not sacrifice comfort.

Hayden-Harnett combines modern fabrication with a classic sensibility, making its handbags instantly recognizable. Partners Toni Hacker and Ben Harnett create luxurious, stylish, gorgeous and functional items for the modern woman.

Jack Robie is a casual homage to John Robie, Cary Grant's dapper character in Hitchcock's “To Catch a Thief.” The brand is a new purveyor of luxury men's shirts founded by Brad Corona and Brian Nicholson, former classmates at Brown University.

Quiet Logistics leverages industry leading warehouse automation technologies and robotics to provide the highest levels of product and brand care service, including order and inventory accuracy at competitive price points, to deliver on “the real moment of truth” in e-Commerce.

“The real moment of truth” takes place when the order is delivered and opened by the customer, who in that crucial moment forms or changes an opinion of the product, service or brand. Keeping the order promise is key, and fulfilling on that promise wins the moment of truth.

“We are delighted to have three new exciting brands such as Beckett & Dash, Hayden-Harnett and Jack Robie join our superb collection of world-class fashion customers, including The Gilt Groupe, Bonobos and Tucker Blair,” said Bruce Welty, CEO of Quiet Logistics. “2010 was a banner year for Quiet Logistics, and we look forward to an even more successful year in 2011 with our continued growth and momentum.”

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