Exceed your customers’ expectations
The dynamics of the fashion industry are changing significantly, and the market is ex-panding faster than ever. Consumers not only want to have access to the latest trends, but also enjoy a discerning shopping experience. This concerns buying as well as returning products, even to a location they have chosen themselves.
This presents fashion warehouses with a unique set of challenges. These include the increased pressure to handle rising opera-tional costs, linked to a lack of available work-force, intensive training for operators and the need for shorter lead times. In the fashion in-dustry, you also must cope with unpredictable demand and seasonal trends, as well as han-dling a high volume of returns. The fast-moving nature of the market means that you must meet consumer expectations instantly and respond with the right product at the right time and place.
At Vanderlande, we understand the complexi-ties of running a successful fashion business. As such, we have defined the next generation of scalable solutions – evolutions. They are designed to efficiently handle returns, flexibly cope with seasonal and fast-changing trends, and can be easily scaled up.”
In order to meet any customer’s demands in full, Vanderlande has defined the next generation of scalable solutions – evolutions. They will allow these challenges to be met through an integrated portfolio of innovative systems, intelligent software and life-cycle services.
FASTPICK is a goods-to-person order fulfilment system that uses the advanced ADAPTO shuttles for product storage and retrieval for day-to-day operations.Read more
AIRPICK combines efficient picking with flawless automated sortation to individual orders in our pocket sorter, AIRTRAX Pocket.Read more
Zalando installed an AIRTRAX Pocket sorter at its new logistics centre in Brunna, near Stockholm. The AIRTRAX Pocket sorter is specially designed to meet the demands of booming omni-channel trade.Read more
URBN’s largest fulfilment centre in Gap, Pennsylvania handles a portfolio of global consumer brands. It opened in 2015 and allowed URBN the flexibility to move into the future.Read more
Camper faced a number of challenges to improve its internal logistics processes. It had to cope with the different dimensions of cartons that are retrieved from 60,000 locations within the warehouse. It also had to ensure that the handling of loose-lid boxes was more efficient when processing replenishment orders.Read more