Distribution Case Studies
Learn how SIMOS has helped distribution clients with their staffing challenges such as reverse logistics, high turnover rates, transition to automation and more
Optimized workflow leads to efficient manufacturing and distribution operation
The client was in perpetual backlog in the manufacturing and distribution sections of their operation. They contacted the SIMOS team to help create an effective workflow in their facility.
[Distribution] Picking operation doubles in productivity after CPU model deployed
Our SIMOS team worked with the client to understand the challenges they were facing and which parts of their operations were slowing down operations. Our engineering team identified inefficiencies.
[Distribution] Expansive Outreach Campaign Produces Successful Hires and Client Development Case Study
Because of the highly competitive job market, our team also brainstormed ideal skill sets that could be taught or transferred into the job if candidates did not meant all of the requirements.
[Distribution] Housewares Case Study
Our client, a leading retailer of housewares and home furnishings, was experiencing inconsistent quality of packaging and gift wrapping, high temp variable costs year-round and low production rates.
[Distribution] Transition to Automation Case Study
This upscale retailer exceeded peak capacity in their automated fulfillment center and its new automated facility would not be ready for the next peak period.
[Distribution] Retail Reverse Logistics Case Study
Learn how SIMOS worked with the customer's management team to improve efficiencies and quality levels of their operation.
[Distribution] Fortune 100 Sports Merchandise Case Study
A global sports merchandise retailer needed a partner that could mitigate challenges at several of its distribution centers. This retailer experienced inaccurate inventory a site capacity issues
[Distribution] Fortune 100 eCommerce DC 3PL Gate to Gate Case Study
This 3PL client for ecommerce order fulfillment required a trusted partner that could manage a gate to gate operation, mitigate costs and risk, and improve workforce efficiency.