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Reds & Delaware North Sportservice introduce first ever mobile order pick-up stations

Cincinnati Reds Ballpark Express with Delaware North and Apex Supply Chain Technologies

Cincinnati-based Apex Supply Chain Technologies creates first ever mobile order pick-up stations in a major league sporting venue at Great American Ball Park for Reds fans    CINCINNATI (Sept. 13, 2017) — The Cincinnati Reds and Delaware North Sportservice, the official food and beverage provider at Great American Ball Park, have partnered with Apex Supply Chain… Read More

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Smart lockers improve click and collect for customers and retailers alike

Click and Collect Shopping

The Future of Retail special report from The Times features Apex Supply Chain Technologies and our point of view on how self-serve, automated lockers can take click and collect from a frustration-laden trend to an industry best practice. Published for The Times by Raconteur, “Smart lockers improve click and collect for customers and retailers alike,” notes the popularity of… Read More

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Mobile’s Impact on Click & Collect Extends Beyond Retailer’s App

Mobile’s Impact on Click & Collect Retail

Bridging the online and in-store experiences, the impact of mobile technology on retail continues to grow. Just consider the use of mobile devices, extending well beyond the retailer’s app and the front of their store to the back and into the supply chain. Recognizing mobile devices as the common technological link across retail processes is critical to ensuring services like click & collect succeed. As retailers struggle… Read More

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Industry 4.0 Welcomes a New Generation of Distribution Center Technology

The 2017 Supply Chain Strategies special report from UK-based daily newspaper The Times features Apex Supply Chain Technologies point of view on automated dispensing systems in warehouses, distribution centers and other logistics facilities. Published for The Times by Raconteur, “Industry 4.0 Welcomes a New Generation of Distribution Centre Technology,” notes that handheld scanners are a… Read More

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Assembly Fasteners, Inc. Builds Business with the ACTYLUS Smart Bin System

Our ACTYLUS™ Smart Bins are generating a lot of attention with distributors as a way automate vendor managed inventory programs and expand their business. In a recent webinar with Industrial Distribution, Apex customer Assembly Fasteners, Inc. (AFI) walked through the specifics of how ACTYLUS Smart Bins help them increase their business with existing customers, differentiate themselves… Read More

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Order Pick-Up Peril: Restaurants, Foodservice Need to Consider “Last Inch Handoff”

Mobile Order Pick-Up Peril: Restaurants, Foodservice & the Last-Inch Handoff

Starbucks understands a focus on the last 10 feet is critical to increasing throughput and same store sales. In a recent interview with CNBC, Starbucks incoming CEO, Kevin Johnson, talked about how they’re using technology and digital innovation to end lines and improve the customer experience. The seemingly ubiquitous coffee brand‘s approach may be innovative, but their effort is no surprise. It’s addressing one… Read More


INFOGRAPHIC: 5 Warning Signs of Asset MISmanagement

Handheld devices, like scanners and other electronics, have a tough life in the supply chain. Every company manages these assets differently, if at all. And we’ve heard all kinds of #TrueStories about how these well-intended programs have a tough time tracking everything. You wouldn’t believe some of the places these valuable devices turn up. We… Read More