Case Study

Ultra High-Volume Handbag Importer Tags, Packages, Labels, And Ships Within 48 Hours

Source: SATO America

Ultra high-volume handbag importer tags, packages, labels and ships within 48 hours.

Shipping volume so high, labels are trucked into distribution centers.

Ever have to meet different labeling demands from 1,000 customers?

Each one has a different price tag and shipping label configuration. Some have ones for tags only, some for labels only and others for both. Small manufacturers may not have any requirements. Initial orders may not have compliance labeling requirements, but when a new customer turns into a steady one, compliance labeling suddenly is mandated. Existing compliance labeling specifications may change. New compliance labeling demands occur daily.

As challenging as all that can be, it’s only part of the situation facing L’egent International, Ltd., a Newburgh, NY-based distributor of handbags, backpacks and belts from overseas. When product arrives at its distributorships in New York, New Jersey and California, L’egent prepares them for sale in stores like JC Penney, Wal-Mart and Sears. It stuffs the pocketbooks with paper or balloons, price tags products for the appropriate stores, packages and labels them in six or 12 unit cartons and then ships them to the specific stores.

Read the case study and learn how SATO helped L'egent International manage their high-volume.

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