Red Prairie congratulates ATC Logistics & Electronics for productivity gains

In addition to handling order fulfillment for a number of major electronics clients, including 2.5 million advanced exchange orders annually, ATCLE has also repaired and tested over 6 million devices each year. The company continues to use RedPrairie’s solution to meet those demands efficiently and effectively. ??
By Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor
August 16, 2010 - SCMR Editorial

Red Prairie a productivity solutions provider, congratulated ATC Logistics & Electronics (ATCLE) today for reaching nearly 100 percent of its service level commitments while processing over 61 million electronics pieces each year.

A leading provider of specialized third-party logistics (3PL) services for the high-tech electronics and device market, ATCLE has used RedPrairie’s Warehouse Management solution to process over 11 million returns and exchanges, and package and kit over 7 million pieces annually.??

“Our success to date has been attributable to our consistent ability to perform to our customers’ highest quality standards,” said Antony Francis, ATCLE President. “We have over a million square feet of warehouse space among five facilities in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Mexico and Canada, so we needed a solution that could handle both our order volume, and our continued growth as a company. RedPrairie has been up to the task.” ?

?In addition to handling order fulfillment for a number of major electronics clients, including 2.5 million advanced exchange orders annually, ATCLE has also repaired and tested over 6 million devices each year. The company continues to use RedPrairie’s solution to meet those demands efficiently and effectively. ??

“As with many of RedPrairie’s 3PL customers, an unwavering focus on customer service has allowed ATC Logistics & Electronics to grow into the market leader they are today,” said RedPrairie CEO Mike Mayoras. “We congratulate their organization’s success, and look forward to our continued partnership in the future.”



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