Jon Dix

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Locus Robotics' Rick Faulk on Robohub Podcast

Posted by Jon Dix on Tue, Jun 06. 2017 @ 10:06 AM

Our recommended Tuesday morning listening: the latest episode of Robohub, featuring Locus Robotics CEO Rick Faulk speaking with Abate De Mey about autonomous robots and warehouse automation.

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Topics: robotic fulfillment, Locus, Robohub

Misha and Puff Joins the Quiet Brand Incubator

Posted by Jon Dix on Tue, May 23. 2017 @ 15:05 PM

We're pleased to announce our newest addition to the Quiet Brand Incubator, Misha and Puff, a children's knitwear brand that enables mindful parents to dress their little ones in beautiful, functional pieces that celebrate hand-craftsmanship and thoughtful design.

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Topics: Quiet Brand Incubator

Quiet Clients Take Center Stage at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2017

Posted by Jon Dix on Tue, May 16. 2017 @ 15:05 PM

Brava to Emily Weiss of Glossier and Tyler Haney of Outdoor Voices on a brilliant panel about leading startups to success at TechCrunch Disrupt in New York this week. We are proud to be a part of every Glossier and Outdoor Voices customer experience!

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Topics: Outdoor Voices, Glossier, TechCrunch

Quiet and Locus in the Boston Globe

Posted by Jon Dix on Mon, May 08. 2017 @ 11:05 AM

Quiet Logistics and our tech partner Locus Robotics are featured in this Boston Globe story on warehouse automation and the booming robotics industry in Massachusetts. Give it a read and watch the video to see our Locus bots in action:

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Topics: robotic fulfillment, Locus, Boston Globe

Quiet Clients Named to the Inc. 30 Under 30 List

Posted by Jon Dix on Wed, Apr 26. 2017 @ 14:04 PM

Congratulations to Shanil Wazirali and Sagar Hemani, founders of Roomify, and Steph Korey and Jen Rubio of Away, all named to this year's Inc. 30 Under 30 list recognizing the "most brilliant young entrepreneurs" of 2017! 

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Topics: Away, Roomify

Quiet's Newest Facility Featured on DC Velocity

Posted by Jon Dix on Tue, Apr 25. 2017 @ 12:04 PM

DC Velocity covers the opening of our newest facility, located just outside St. Louis. This innovative midwest hub utilizes Locus Robotics autonomous picking technology to enable two- and three-day shipping to eCommerce customers across the United States.

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Topics: DC Velocity

Quiet Opens Fulfillment Center of the Future in St. Louis

Posted by Jon Dix on Tue, Apr 25. 2017 @ 11:04 AM

We're pleased to announce our expansion to the midwest with the newest Quiet facility in Hazelwood, Missouri, just outside St. Louis. This innovative new center will enable two- and three-day shipping to eCommerce customers across the United States, and will be powered by a staff of approximately 250 full-time employees working alongside a state-of-the-art Locus Robotics autonomous picking solution for maximum efficiency and accuracy.

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Topics: robotic fulfillment, Locus

Quiet Client Boll & Branch on 33voices

Posted by Jon Dix on Wed, Apr 12. 2017 @ 10:04 AM

This 33voices interview with Scott Tannen, co-founder of ethical bedding brand Boll & Branch, is a must-listen for anyone interested in getting a successful startup off the ground.

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Topics: Boll & Branch

Quiet and Locus Featured in Bloomberg Technology

Posted by Jon Dix on Thu, Apr 06. 2017 @ 12:04 PM

Bloomberg reports on our tech partner Locus Robotics' automated warehouse systems, in use at Quiet Logistics, DHL Supply Chain (the world’s largest third-party logistics company) and elsewhere.

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Topics: robotic fulfillment, Locus, Bloomberg

Quiet Client Ministry of Supply Debuts 3-D Printed Clothing

Posted by Jon Dix on Mon, Apr 03. 2017 @ 15:04 PM

As a partner to innovative brands and game changers, we are thrilled by this report in the Boston Globe about Ministry of Supply's latest advance: a "digital loom" in the Newbury Street flagship. This cutting-edge technology, the first of its kind to be placed in a retail setting anywhere in the world, comes from Japan and uses circular knitting to minimize waste and create a perfect, customized fit.

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Topics: Ministry of Supply, Boston Globe