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Alton Lane picks Quiet's robotic material handling technology
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Sep '11
Alton Lane, the new standard for premium custom men's clothing, announced that it has gone live with Quiet Logistics, exclusive provider of robotic, white glove ecommerce fulfillment services. With this partnership, Alton Lane expects to reduce their bespoke clothing delivery time by up to 20 percent.

"Supporting our customers' experience with the newest and best technology is the cornerstone of Alton Lane's business, which is why partnering with Quiet Logistics was a natural fit for us," said Colin Hunter, CEO at Alton Lane. "Quiet Logistics understands the need for quick and accurate fulfillment, and to accomplish that goal they utilize the latest technology and state-of-the-art systems. We are confident our customers will reap tangible benefits from the efficiency, speed, and accuracy that Quiet Logistics provides.”

Quiet Logistics will support Alton Lane with a proven apparel processing operation that combines an advanced fulfillment management system (FMS), robotic material handling equipment from Kiva Systems, and precise packaging processes to ensure the right product is delivered to the right person and right time and in proper condition. This platform is uniquely capable of processing garment on hanger (GOH), flat apparel, shoes and accessories in a consistent, singular operation.

“With our newest Alton Lane showroom opening in Washington, D.C. this fall and our expansion plans for 2012, we want to make every aspect of our supply chain best-in-class,” Hunter said. “We believe Quiet Logistics is at the top of their industry and this partnership will enable us to better serve our customers as we grow.”

"Alton Lane recognizes the value of a technology for both the front end and back end customer experience,” said Bruce Welty, CEO Quiet Logistics. “We're pleased to have them as the latest member of our rapidly growing group of premium apparel brand clients.”

Alton Lane is one of the fastest growing men's custom clothing lines in the country. By combining groundbreaking technology with an innovative and exciting approach to custom-made clothing, Alton Lane is revolutionizing the way men shop at their flagship private showroom in Manhattan and their full-service online store. Recently named "Best Suit" by New York Magazine, Alton Lane is expanding its presence geographically, and is opening its next showroom in Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C. this fall.

Quiet Logistics delivers an exceptional, high volume customer experience for some of the eCommerce industry's fastest growing fashion and lifestyle e-tailers and brands.

Quiet Logistics


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