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Cloudveil to leverage robotic speed & accuracy with Quiet
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Sep '10
Quiet Logistics announced that Cloudveil has chosen Quiet Logistics as their provider of direct-to-consumer fulfillment services. Cloudveil.com is the online channel for the Cloudveil mountain enthusiast brand, a name synonymous with style and performance. The brand will leverage Quiet Logistics to increase fulfillment efficiency and accuracy.

“The Cloudveil buyer demands performance and a level of satisfaction well beyond that of a traditional retail experience,” said Chaz Bertrand, president and CEO of Cloudveil Direct. “Quiet understands how to deliver accuracy, efficiency and the kind of superior service that matches the expectations of our customers.”

Quiet Logistics leverages industry leading warehouse automation technologies and robotics to deliver the highest levels of service including order and inventory accuracy at competitive price points, employing an infrastructure that can scale with even the steepest of growth curves.

“We are thrilled to add Cloudveil to our growing list of lifestyle brand customers,” said Bruce Welty, CEO of Quiet Logistics. “Given the trajectory of expected growth for eCommerce, these leading brands understand the importance of matching service with efficiency and the need to sustain customer care levels throughout this period of significant growth."

A division of Rockhopper Group, owner of the Atlantis WeatherGear brand, Cloudveil Direct is the eCommerce channel for the Cloudveil mountain enthusiast brand.

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