FORT WORTH, Texas (December 04, 2018) – Smart Warehousing, a warehousing and fulfillment services company, is launching its first North Texas location at AllianceTexas, Hillwood’s 26,000-acre master-planned, mixed-use development in north Fort Worth. The 269,494-square-foot facility, which is located at Alliance Center North 15, will feature the company’s proprietary, web-based inventory management system that was created specifically for the warehousing and supply-chain management industry. “There is no better location for logistics companies in North Texas than the Alliance Corridor,” said Ed Lee, Smart Warehousing’s Chief Operating Officer. “Hillwood had space immediately available at AllianceTexas to accommodate our current needs, and additional land and resources are accessible to us if we decide to expand in the future. Since our concept relies heavily on customer service and technology, we also found Hillwood’s community partnerships, workforce development relationships, and job placement assistance through the Alliance Opportunity Center to be great benefits.” Smart Warehousing offers hundreds of companies its warehousing, fulfillment, inventory management and value-added services in multiple locations across the United States so that products are close to customers. The company was established in 2001 and has expanded to more than 30 locations across twelve cities. Using its proprietary Smart Warehousing Information Management System (SWIMS), customers receive simple, customizable supply chain solutions. Through the use of convenient customer alerts and mobile apps, customers can easily monitor account activity, deliveries, purchase orders, future requirements, and replenishment activity so they may precisely control inventory and more accurately predict future product demand. “Smart Warehousing is a great fit for AllianceTexas because it shares Hillwood’s commitment towards the creation of exceptional customer value, driven by innovation and
Smart Warehousing announced Tuesday the purchase of Bridge Logistics in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The acquisition will provide Smart Warehousing access to Chicago, a market new to their operation, bringing their nation-wide unique market count to ten. The purchase will also provide three additional buildings and bring over 200,000 additional square feet to their existing 7,000,000 plus. Current customers of Bridge Logistics will transition to Smart within the following thirty days. Once transitioned Smart Warehousing will manage day-to-day operations, utilizing its proprietary warehouse and inventory management system, SWIMS, which is used to facilitate operations for all of Smart’s 600+ customers around the country. “We are excited to grow with Bridge Logistics and look forward to helping them and their current customers achieve supply chain optimization initiatives,” said Ed Lee, Chief Operating Officer. “We feel like our customizable technology solutions and strategic network footprint make us a perfect partner for new clients to achieve their goals for 2018 and beyond.” The new operation coincides with Bridge Logistics owners retirement from their years of warehousing and logistics. Smart Warehousing looks forward to melding the Bridge Logistics family with their own.
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Five sure bets for Kansas City businesses shopping for new technology in an age of over-choice. This episode – Smart Warehouse. The emotional angst that comes with purchasing new technology for personal use is something most individuals have experienced at one time or another. Imagine, then, the stress and difficulty of making similar investment decisions for an entire company.Read More: http://www.thisiskc.com/2013/07/smart-technology-investments-smart-warehouse/