Tompkins Fulfillment Services, formerly MonarchFx, is a nationwide ecosystem of best-in-class providers focused on delivering integrated, cost-effective, high service-fulfillment solutions.
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Tompkins Fulfillment Services was created to give the brands and retailers their consumer-driven focus back. Tompkins Fulfillment Services is the alternative to Amazon, 3PLs, or In-House models. Our focus is on your post-click logistics, giving you more time to focus on your pre-click operation and your brand.
Tompkins International CEO Jim Tompkins discussed the latest evolutionary phase of his company from its inception as a consultancy into six separate business entities over 45 years of operation during a press conference on Tuesday at MODEX.
Supply Chain Management Review’s NextGen Supply Chain Awards will honor five solution providers and end user companies for utilizing technologies that will shape tomorrow’s supply chains during the NextGen Supply Chain Conference.
Tompkins Robotics has been selected for the 2020 Robotics Solution Provider Award.
RALEIGH, N.C. – Tompkins Fulfillment Services (Tompkins), a business unit of Tompkins International and nationwide alliance of best-in-class providers focused on delivering value and efficiency through distributed logistics, announces its newest client, Spinrite.
RALEIGH, N.C. – Tompkins International, a comprehensive supply chain consulting and solutions firm, today announced a strategic realignment that will enable the company to better serve its clients across all industries.
Raleigh, N.C. – MonarchFx, a business unit of Tompkins International, announces a strategic alliance with Avectous, which offers a full suite of Supply Chain Fulfillment software, including WMS, DOM-WMS and Carrier Connectivity. MonarchFx will be leveraging Avectous’ full suite of applications across its entire fulfillment network.
Day #2 of the Final Mile Forum began with a jolt – a look to our industry’s future in a Fireside Chat with Dr. James A. Tompkins and Vijaya Rao. This thought-provoking discussion was moderated by Mark Cossack, President of Priority Courier Experts and a CLDA Board Member.
"I’ve spoken at a number of this association’s conferences and, as I remember it, quite a few years ago I forecasted Amazon would have the capability for one-day delivery by 2020. Well, it turns out that they out-did my prediction and it’s happening now. The big lesson here is that one-day is not about transportation. It’s about inventory deployment. The most important element is inventory, then logistics. It’s a balance between getting the inventory close to the customer without building up huge stock in a warehouse. The one-day thing is a big deal. Those of you in this room who know how to manage inventory are in a great position to capture the market lift from one-day delivery. For those of you who aren’t, I strongly suggest you start now to be ready for a year from now when this wave really hits the shore."
- Jim Tompkins
Raleigh, NC – MonarchFx and NexusFx, both Tompkins International companies, have formed a strategic alliance with Etail Solutions. This alliance will enhance and complete product and service offerings for all clients.
Robotics, flexible automation, autonomous vehicles and the like are no longer just something “everyone else” must be doing. Offerings and awareness have continued to increase, especially as the perceived shortage of qualified and affordable labor continues.
As a result, we’re still not close to “lights out” manufacturing with completely automated processes.
Mike Futch, president of MHI member Tompkins Robotics, said any thought related to where we actually are “depends on who you ask.”
“The fact of the matter is, it’s progressing very rapidly,” Futch said. “The increased capabilities of robotic automation and the lowering of costs have created a new tool that we can use in the evolution of supply chain distribution, warehousing and order fulfillment.”