The Inbound Logistics Puzzle Answer
The Devil Is In The Details
|added Mar 27st, 2013|
We can't stress it enough - attention to detail can make or break any supply chain. That's why we made this puzzle particularly tough. Tiny, tiny things like the lack of detail on the stern of freighter "D" can make a big difference. If you found the answer to this puzzle, congrats! If you're looking for answers to move your business forward, call RBW Logistics.
MIXING IT UP A BIT
Just like the solution to this puzzle, sometimes pushing your business forward simply requires making a few smart moves. While we were warehousing tea for Henry P. Thomson, they began to expand their product lines to offer more exotic mixes of tea. Rather than ship the tea to a secondary location, Henry P. Thomson built a custom tea-blending machine at our facility and outsources blending duties to us. We fondly refer to the machine as “Mr. Tea.” The result: increased profitability for HPT and 40,000 lbs. of tea blending a day for RBW.
FOUR GENERATIONS DEEP
Getting things from A to Z - and all points between - has been our mission since 1954. Our roots are in a downtown depot in Augusta, Ga., where we initially brokered and shipped sugar, chocolate and the locally produced Murray cookies (business was sweet) from 25,000 square feet of space.
It wasn’t long before our business expanded and, following the inclusion of E-Z-GO’s battery business, we decided the original depot digs seemed somewhat small. In 1969 ...