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Quiet strengthens high fashion focus with Maggy
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Jun '11
Quiet Logistics, the only multi-tenant robotic Fulfillment to Consumer (F2C) outsource provider, announced that Maggy London, a fashion brand known for its stylish dresses and accessories sold in specialty and department stores nationwide, will be increasing its online sales capacity and has chosen Quiet Logistics as its fulfillment provider to help foster growth.

Maggy London International Ltd. was established in 1979 and is the leading better dress, suit and separates brand in America. The company's divisions include Maggy London, London Times, Donna Morgan, Suzi Chin, Muse, Anthracite and Ali Ro. Each division also provides design and production to many fine retailers under their private label brands. Maggy London is an affordable fashion line of dresses and accessories for any occasion ranging from sophisticated to trendy.

“We selected Quiet Logistics based on its focus in the apparel industry and experience in understanding not only our business needs but also how to successfully compete in e-Commerce, where meeting or exceeding our customers' expectations are paramount," said Jonathan Lefkowitz, CIO of Maggy London International. "Quiet Logistics is staffed with professionals and technologists that come from the e-Commerce, warehouse systems and material handling industries, offering a robotic automation solution unmatched in outsourced fulfillment."

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 moment of truth" in e-Commerce. "The 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. Precise presentation of the correct product to the right person at the “moment of truth” ensures customer loyalty and higher profits.

“We are very excited that Maggy London has selected Quiet Logistics for its online fulfillment business, and we are confident that we can provide the expertise, both operational and technical, that will help Maggy London successfully expand in online commerce,” said Bruce Welty, CEO of Quiet Logistics. “Maggy London is an iconic brand with a wonderful future, and we are extremely pleased to be working with them.”

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