Buyers' Guide

A directory of companies and business solutions


Logistics Technology listings:
NetSuite
Website: www.netsuite.com
703-356-5050
NTELX
Website: ww.ntelx.com
514-289-9090
Oceanwide, Inc.
Website: www.oceanwide.com
972-385-8630
One Network Enterprises
Website: www.onenetwork.com
650-506-7000
Oracle Corp.
Website: www.oracle.com
800-926-9212
Peak Ryzex
Website: www.peak-ryzex.com
310-326-4700
Pelican Products
Website: www.pelican.com
888-346-3486
Peoplenet
Website: www.peoplenetonline.com
Phone: (714) 368-2300
Printronix
Website: www.printronix.com
479-478-7800
Propak Corporation
616-285-3311
Provia Software
Quintiq

Every business has its supply chain planning puzzles, some are large, some are complex, some seem impossible to solve. Quintiq solves those puzzles using a single supply chain planning & optimization software. Today, approximately 12,000 users in over 80 countries rely on Quintiq software to plan and optimize.

201 King of Prussia Rd
Suite 500
Radnor, Pennsylvania 19089
United States
1 (610) 964-8111
www.quintiq.com

1 (877) 724-5462
Railinc Corp.
Website: www.railinc.com
904-399-8500
RF-SMART
574-256-5228
RFIDSupplyChain.com
631-753-2180
Robocom Systems International
562-420-9594
Royal 4 Systems
919-362-5211
RVB Systems Group
650-849-4000
SAP America, Inc.
919-677-8000
SAS Institute Inc.
408-743-8000
Savi Technology
614-766-6622
ScanData Systems, Inc.
SEKO Logistics

We provide complete Supply Chain Solutions, specializing in transportation, logistics, forwarding and warehousing. We also lead the industry with innovative and customizable IT solutions, which provide a seamless flow of information and give our growing customer base true supply chain visibility.

1100 N Arlington Heights Road
Suite 600
Itasca, Illinois 60143
United States
(800) 228 2711
www.sekologistics.com

703-478-3340
SkyBitz, Inc.
1 (732) 981-0444
SmartBOL
Website: www.smartbol.com

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