Founded in 1999, ZipZoomfly.com is part of Internet holding corporation, Xtraplus Corp. ZipZoomfly.com's sister company, Wrapables.com, which retails household items over the Internet, will co-locate in the new facility. Xtraplus Corp., which plans to double both Zipzoomfly.com and Wrapables.com's volumes by 2008, is also building the distribution center with the long-term goal of providing third-party logistics services.
"The FKI Logistex system is crucial to our future plans for growth and expanded service offerings," said Tim Wang, director of business development, ZipZoomfly.com.The FKI Logistex system is designed to pick, pack and ship both ZipZoomfly.com and Wrapables.com orders. The tote-based system features three FKI Logistex UniSort IV sorters, more than 5,900 feet of FKI Logistex conveyor, and an FKI Logistex EASYpick Trak3 pick-to-light system with single and dual displays to support up to 8,000 SKU locations. FKI Logistex software includes Order Manager and Route Manager, which will provide tight control of both companies' inventory and material flow.
Source: FKI Logistex.