A profile in Supply Chain World revisits Sedlak's nearly 60 years of “Delivering Remarkable Experience” and principal Jeff Graves' 45 years with the firm.
Amazon's rollout of its Key smart-home system, which enables package delivery to Prime customers even when they’re not home, is yet another step ahead for Amazon, and other retailers need to step it up, Jeff Mueller tells Internet Retailer.
The Limited relaunches as an online-only brand after shuttering its doors in January.
Sedlak was recently named a recipient of the 2017 Business Longevity Award by Smart Business, which recognized Northeast Ohio businesses that have achieved business milestones of 50, 75 or 100 years.
DSW, a branded footwear and accessories retailer, was one of four companies that tied for the top spot in Total Retail’s inaugural ranking of 100 publicly traded retailers based on their omnichannel capabilities.
After expanding first aid and safety services with the acquisition of Zee Medical, Cintas opened the new distribution center to improve service to its customers in Western North America.
The 1.1 million square-foot distribution center will support a corporate strategy to double the size of the company in the next six years.
The 2017 Supply Chain Operations and Compliance in Pharma conference will feature a workshop on Advanced 3PL Management led by Sedlak Manager Karl Sliwinski and Senior Consultant Davon Soltis.
Principal Jeffrey B. Graves is celebrating 45 years of a very distinguished career with Sedlak, a company which he has devotedly built into a premier independent supply chain consulting firm specializing in distribution and logistics.
Sedlak celebrates its 20th year as a partner of Manhattan Associates. The company was selected as Manhattan’s first Certified Alliance Partner in 1997 and has maintained a strategic partner status, driving successful collaboration with joint customers.