CZ-USA is a leading sporting goods importer from its parent company in the Czech Republic and has been selling firearms in the United States for nearly 20 years. The company sells its products through distribution channels such as Bauska, Action Arms and Magnum Research and prides itself on delivering the quality, value and service customers deserve.
The integration creates a seamless workflow between every component of a load and ensures compliance with the upcoming electronic logging device (ELD) rule in the United States.
Otimis provides expertise and technology to optimize the logistical processes of its clients, ranging from wholesalers to e-commerce. In partnership with HighJump since 2004, Otimis has helped some of LATAM’s largest organizations enhance supply chain efficiency.
Exclusively using HighJump’s solutions and voice systems, the South American supply chain provider initially partnered with HighJump for its flexibility and adaptability to meet the needs of its diverse customer base. Since then, Otimis has utilized HighJump at more than 50 distribution centers with more than 4,000 users.
Klim Technical Riding Gear is the global leader in designing, developing and manufacturing the most advanced motor sports apparel for the snowmobile and motorcycle rider. Utilizing the world’s highest technologies in waterproof, breathable, durable and comfortable materials, Klim builds gear for the most demanding riders and distributes its products through nearly 800 dealers today.
Successfully setting up Klim’s 60,000 square foot distribution center in Rigby, ID to support multiple picking strategies, such as pick to pallet in conjunction with small order picking, posed a challenge. The company looked for a solution with intelligent picking derivatives and out-of-box warehouse functionality to increase efficiency and productivity. After implementing HighJump Warehouse Management System (WMS), Klim gained the processes needed to stay accurate and efficient without having any costly customizations.
The opportunity for logistics companies in Sri Lanka to enhance their workflows with supply chain management solutions is immense. At the CILT International Conference 2017, HighJump partner ITX 360 makes this a reality by providing an overview of the top technologies available.
From e-commerce, to drop shipping, to traditional store replenishment, supply chain professionals must handle multiple order types. For many, efficiently managing this array of workflows is a daunting task. With the right technologies in tow, their challenges quickly turn into opportunities for new revenue streams and enhanced customer experiences.
Based on successfully enhancing the workflows of more than 4,000 customers worldwide, HighJump has outlined the top technology considerations for supply chain professionals to capitalize on emerging omnichannel fullfillment strategies leading into 2018 and beyond.
Today at CSCMP EDGE, HighJump is showcasing the top benefits of dynamic waves.
Handling unique, one-off online orders coming in anytime, from anywhere, is big enough a challenge for today’s distribution centers. Combining this with traditional store replenishment and drop shipping, while striving to meet expectations for faster, cheaper deliveries adds to the complexity. With the right process in place, these challenges become opportunities. This is dynamic waves.
Founded in 1993, Dental City was built from scratch, one customer at a time and vendor-by-vendor taking great pride in gaining customers the old-fashioned way with superior service and fair prices. Dental City is a leading distributor of a wide array of quality dental supplies to dentists across the United States today, servicing nearly 13,000 dentist customers and selling all types of consumable supplies, such as gloves, masks, and anesthetics.
Before implementing HighJump Warehouse Management System (WMS), Dental City had reached its operational capacity utilizing paper processes for picking, shipping and invoicing. Once the owners recognized that further growth wouldn’t be achievable on a manual system, the search for various solutions began to gain more control of its 40,000 square foot distribution center located in Green Bay, WI.
HighJump recently announced its placement on the 2017 Inc 5000 list for a third consecutive year. The Inc 5000 list represents an exclusive look at America’s most successful independent companies. Along with its own ranking, HighJump is proud to announce that 26 of its customers have been included.
HighJump strives to grow its clients’ businesses with adaptable and easily integrated supply chain technology. HighJump’s continued growth and success is mirrored by its own customers who are accelerating their supply chain and businesses with the company’s solutions.
HighJump announced a new integration between Prophesy Dispatch TMS and KeepTruckin. By joining forces, HighJump and KeepTruckin enable truckload carriers to comply with the latest FMCSA ELD rule while streamlining their operations.
By December 2017, the FMCSA is requiring the trucking industry to implement ELDs for accurate Hours of Service (HOS) tracking. Combining the KeepTruckin ELD solution with Prophesy Dispatch provides an affordable and simple means for small-to-mid-sized trucking companies to comply with the ELD mandate and improve operational efficiency.