Case Studies

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As the leader in transportation execution systems, Logistyx works with customers of every shape and size to reduce the cost of their shipments while boosting efficiency and choice.

Craft Supplies

Craft Supplies USA Raises the Bar with Enhanced Customer Service Deliver – At a Lower Cost Founded in 1982, Craft Supplies USA sells quality woodturning tools and equipment for wood turners – artisans who make products such as furniture parts, baseball bats, platters, bowls, pool cues and chess pieces. The company has established a thrivingRead More

PL Development

PL Development Enhances Transportation Planning with Logistyx TME and Oracle PL Developments (PLD) is a leading manufacturer of over-the-counter (OTC) pharmaceuticals and healthcare products serving virtually every major retailer in the U.S. With manufacturing and fulfillment operations encompassing 12 warehouses and 1.2 million sq. ft. of space, PLD was managing planning for 50,000 parcel, LTL andRead More

LightBulbs.com

LightBulbs.com Doubles Shipping Throughput Without Adding Staff with Logistyx Solution Service Lighting and their online superstore, LightBulbs.com, have provided lighting solutions for more than 1 million businesses and homes since 1951. When Paul McLellan, President, launched the company’s online store in 1996, he knew that technology was going to drive the growth of their company. Now,Read More

Wholesale Marine

Wholesale Marine Streamlines and Accelerates Order Fulfillment with the IDIM 300 Dimensioning System An online retailer since 2006, Wholesale Marine embraces the motto “We are boaters.” With nationwide distribution and the best prices for high-quality products, Wholesale Marine stocks approximately 20,000 different SKUs in its Cincinnati, OH warehouse. Business Challenge Traditionally, Wholesale Marine’s shipping costsRead More

Rockpoint Logistics

Keeping the pages turning at Rockpoint Logistics For specialty publishers like universities, professional groups and trade organizations, the prospect of printing, stocking and shipping individual titles is inefficient if not outright impossible. However, their buyers, including schools, bookstores, and consumers themselves, still expect rapid fulfillment of orders. Bridging this gap is Rockpoint Logistics, which stocks and distributes more than 1Read More