1. Medical Device Companies Turning To New Breed Of Supply Chain Partner

    Medical Device companies are well aware of the strategic and operational impact of tougher reimbursement policies and the soon to be implemented medical device tax.

  2. How DSC Helped Rich Products Create A New Network

    It’s not often that you get more service than you ask for. But, that’s definitely what happened when premier family-owned food company, Rich Products Corporation (RPC), came to DSC Logistics. Originally seeking only public warehouse pricing, RPC instead received a supply chain management solution that enabled them to optimize their network six months ahead of plan.

  3. How DSC Helped Unilever Integrate Tier One Into Their Network

    Case in point: Unilever Bestfoods has a foodservice division, Tier One, that ships primarily to key customers like Taco Bell, Jack in the Box, Burger King and other major fast food customers.

  4. How DSC Helped The Musco Family Olive Company Improve Service To Wal-Mart And Reduce Costs Through Consolidation

    Sometimes the fruit has to travel far from the tree…and when you care about your product as much as the Musco Family Olive Co. does, you care about the way it’s handled along the way.

  5. How DSC Helped Continental Mills Adopt New RFID Technology

    When you’re doing something for the first time, it’s usually a good idea to learn as much as you can. That way, you’ll be better prepared for the next time.

  6. How DSC Helped Kellogg Manage The Challenges Of A Major Systems Conversion

    When you make important changes on a tight timetable but don’t get the results you expect right way, the transition period can be tough.

  7. How DSC Helped Sara Lee Branded Apparel Meet Peak Seasonal Demand

    To meet the demands of selling seasonal sportswear (sweats and shorts) to mass merchants, Sara Lee Branded Apparel (SLBA) decided it made sense to outsource.

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

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

  9. Fighting Return Fraud

    It's after Christmas and consumers are lined up at stores to return merchandise- the scratchy sweater from Aunt Helen, the toaster oven that doesn't fit on the counter. But not all returns are legitimate and return fraud costs Retailers billions of dollars every year- $8.9 billion dollars according to the 2012 Return Fraud survey conducted by the National Retail Federation (NRF).

  10. Maximizing Your Operation With High Ribbon Capacity Printers

    Many consumers are unaware of the variety of label and ribbon roll sizes for thermal printers.The maximum label and ribbon capacities are important specs when selecting a printer. This white paper will identify the benefits of thermal printers engineered to handle larger rolls, including the financial and operational efficiencies.