March 31, 2016

We’ve been at this for a long time. With more than 15 years in the fulfillment business and decades of collective experience in and around the supply chain, it’s fair to say we’ve seen our share of changes.

Capacity was founded in 1999, so we can claim to have operated in something of a pre-digital era — or, at least, a time when Wi-Fi wasn’t the first thing people asked about when they walked in the door!

We are often asked what kind of changes we’ve seen over the years and thought answering this would be an appropriate way to end our month exploring the ongoing evolution of order fulfillmentContinue reading Ask Capacity: How Has the Fulfillment Business Changed Over the Years?

September 24, 2015

The monthly series Ask Capacity focuses on questions from customers, service providers, and some good friends. We’ll take submissions via Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin, so feel free to ask our experts if you have a burning desire to learn about a particular fulfillment topic, supply chain trend, or even if you just want to know where to eat in the tri-state area!

Today we answer a question that every company should consider regularly as it grows: how do you define quality? Continue reading Ask Capacity: How Do You Define Quality?

July 1, 2015

We recently held a webinar to explore the fundamental elements of order fulfillment. Capacity’s co-founder and CSO Thom Campbell identified five key areas to focus on if you truly want to develop a fulfillment process that keeps customers coming back to your business time and time again.

To follow up on that event we’re unpacking each of these elements in more detail. Today we look at the importance of using the most suitable order fulfillment technology to ensure that you can deliver on your fulfillment promises to customers. You can read the rest of the entries in this compelling series under the tag Fulfillment Fundamentals. Continue reading Fulfillment Fundamentals: Appropriate Technology

March 20, 2015

Although the East coast weather refuses to admit it, we’ve finally reached the lively season of spring. After a series of challenging snow storms and the disruption they brought to delivery schedules, the first day of spring is something to celebrate.

As you try to remember what a warm day looks like and get back to all of those outdoor tasks that you’ve been putting off for months, why not take time to give your business supply chain a spring clean as well?

It’s the ideal time to take stock of what’s gone well during a busy winter and, more importantly, where you think things can be improved. Continue reading 7 Ways to Spring Clean Your Supply Chain

January 7, 2015

All this week we’ll be bringing you a selection of the vast (and we do mean V–A–S–T) array of electronics on display at CES 2015.

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Leaving winter behind in NYC

Capacity LLC’s Chief Strategy Office and co-founder Thom Campbell left the wintry weather on the East coast and successfully made his way to Las Vegas yesterday, ready to talk logistics tech with anyone facing supply chain challenges in the coming year.

We’ll be bringing you his best photo-journalism here, but for the deeper discussion around supply chain technology you’ll need to track down Thom at the event itself.

Email us at sales@capacityllc.com if you’d like to arrange a time and place!

And now, on with the show…


 

 

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A relatively short line for the monorail (en route to join the masses)

 

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The most efficient transportation around the exhibition hall?

 

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Home security and the cloud. Internet of Things will be big at CES 2015.

 

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Color Block brighten up our day.

 

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Indoor drones! Coming soon, to a warehouse near you?

These Under Armour Gear cases defied both gravity and anti-gravity…

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Back seat drivers?

 

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Of course we took a peek behind the scenes to look at the logistics of International CES.
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Elvis was bound to turn up sooner rather than later…
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So much to see it could drive you up the wall!

Again, if you’d like to get in touch with Thom this week at CES, contact our sales team on sales@capacityllc.com or fill in this quick contact form.