Peninsula of Boston has announced the solution for the automation of their warehousing operation, Datex’s FootPrint® Warehouse Management System. Peninsula sought out a system that would provide real-time on-line visibility for customers, improve internal inventory control and allow them to streamline their operations, eliminating errors and increasing inventory throughput Peninsula of Boston has been providing dedicated service for fresh seafood, refrigerated storage, consolidated distribution and freight forwarding for over 40 years. Strategically located in Boston, Massachusetts, their distribution center is primed for new growth with the addition of Datex FootPrint® 3PL Warehouse Management System. Joseph O’Neill, General Manager at Peninsula of Boston remarks, “After ten years of working with a paper based, manual entry inventory control system we have made the strategic decision to seek a more efficient, low maintenance, and cost effective next generation warehouse management system which Datex has clearly offered.”
Datex will equip Peninsula of Boston with real-time visibility through the use of barcode labeling and RF mobile handheld barcode scanners. The automation of crucial tasks like cross docking, 3PL billing, ASN order import, interface to accounting, order kitting, advanced picking and put-a-way logistics will provide the ability to meet all customer needs. The technological advancement of a powerful, user friendly, flexible 3PL warehouse management system will ultimately assist Peninsula of Boston in dramatically increasing their customer service. Dave Castanon, business analyst for Datex comments, “Peninsula of Boston knows where they are at and where they want to be. With the implementation of FootPrint®, they will have a solution that will streamline their operations and give them a distinct advantage in attracting new clientele by offering a superior customer experience.”
For more information about Peninsula of Boston, visit www.peninsulaofboston.com.
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