A Conversation with Mark Sell, MD Logistics

In an earlier era in the US pharma industry, “supply chain” and “logistics” were an afterthought. Pharma companies maintained large warehouses; stocked lots of product; and basically pushed product out wherever it needed to be, ensuring that a prescription would always be filled whenever the scrip arrived at a pharmacy. For most of this century, Read the full article…

Congratulations to our Strategic Partner, SEKO Logistics, on winning the coveted Readers’ Choice Top 10 3PL Award

We would like to thank all of our customers for this fantastic achievement and recognition. Our customers are the best, and now thanks to you so are we! Survey respondents encompassed the whole supply chain spectrum, representing small businesses, global leaders, and every type of business in between. Ranging from warehouse managers to CEOs, they work for household names such as Campbell Soup, PepsiCo, Hallmark Cards, Staples, JCPenney, Anheuser-Busch, AT&T, Sears, and Volkswagen—and they spend millions annually on logistics services. Read the full article…

SEKO Logistics Announces the Promotion of Matt Collins

We are pleased to announce the promotion of Matt Collins from Area Sales Manager to Director of Sales for SEKO Logistics.  In this new expanded role Matt will be responsible maintaining the current relationships he has with several key accounts as well as overseeing and supporting the sales strategy and mission of the local SEKO Read the full article…

Omni-Channel Logistics: How To Be Everywhere

Nail Rock’s failure to meet deadlines for shipping nail polish to Walmart, its biggest U.S. account, led to a lot of hand-wringing. Neil Jerzak, operations manager for Rock Beauty, London—U.K. retailer for the popular beauty product—reveals that Nail Rock hit only 30 percent to 35 percent of Walmart’s order deadlines. That dismal figure resulted in fines and worse: a less-than-stellar reputation among the mega-retailer’s personnel. Something had to change, and fast. That’s when the company decided to partner with SEKO Logistics. Read the full article…

Chinese New Year – SEKO Office Closings

Chinese New Year 2014 SEKO Offices Closed: Hong Kong: 31-Jan to 3-Feb China: 31-Jan to 6-Feb What does it mean for my supply chain? Chinese New Year (CNY) is one of the biggest festivals of the year in China.  Normally workers will be travelling back to their hometowns and will have family gatherings during the Read the full article…