DALLAS -- November 27, 2000 -- Adidas Korea has selected EXEs EXceed warehouse management system (WMS) fulfillment solution for a new 13,000 square meter facility in Duckpyong, Korea. Adidas Korea is a subsidiary of German-based Adidas-Salomon, the world's second largest manufacturer of athletic equipment, footwear and apparel.
The Adidas Duckpyong facility, which will go live on January 8, 2001, consists of mezzanine picking levels, automated conveyor systems, narrow aisle racking and a cross-docking area. The facility will be used to distribute the entire Adidas product range throughout Korea, including distribution to all Adidas retail outlets. More than 30,000 stock keeping units (SKUs) will be controlled and 5,000 boxes per day will go through this facility supporting 360 franchise shops.
"We have just completed the construction of our state-of-the-art warehouse and needed a solid warehouse solution to support the volume of materials that pass through the facility," said Kevin Seo, warehouse manager, Adidas Korea. "After many months of evaluation, we have concluded EXE's EXceed solution is the best supply chain execution system available to meet our requirements. Exceed Fulfill's functionality is very impressive."
EXE's EXceed product suite helps lower logistics costs by optimizing distribution centers, both through traditional tasks as well as employee management. EXceed products have been installed in 17 languages in 35 countries.
"The global acceptance of our EXceed software is exemplified by this agreement," said Hyung-Tae Kim, General Manager of Korea, EXE Technologies.
Adidas Korea joins LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, DongA Pharmaceutical, CJ-GLS, and Nongshim among the Korean companies who have chosen EXE Korea to provide their supply chain execution software solutions.