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Milly chooses Quiet Logistics for its online business
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Mar '10
Quiet Logistics, the first multi-tenant robotic Fulfillment to Consumer (F2C) outsource provider, is pleased to announce that Milly, a chic luxury brand synonymous with femininity, has chosen Quiet Logistics as its order fulfillment partner to support the online growth of the company.

Milly has continued to significantly grow each season, receiving global praise from retailers and customers including well known celebrities. The collection is sold at the finest department and specialty stores worldwide. Increased sales and brand awareness have driven Milly to expand The Milly Online Store.

“We were looking for a best-in-class outsourced order fulfillment provider and Quiet Logistics not only impressed us with their robotic fulfillment solution but with their professional approach and quality of the customers they serve,” said Andy Oshrin, president of Milly. “We immediately felt comfortable with Quiet Logistics thanks to the expertise and experience its team was able to demonstrate. We will be able to take full advantage of Quiet's innovative robotic technology which facilitates our brand care and online growth.”

“We are delighted that Milly has selected Quiet Logistics for this strategic online business and we are confident they will quickly experience the benefits of our solution,” said Bruce Welty, CEO of Quiet Logistics. “Milly has selected a proven fulfillment solution and can be assured we will support its future growth and success. Milly is a great brand with a brilliant future and we look forward to working with them.”

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