Storage Veiws Inc

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Storage Views, Inc.
3PL Warehousing and Cataloging

GM600 - Business Planning Seminar
Professor: James Peacock
Alex Buzanover
Cindy Chung
Cristina Loyola
Franklin Ochs
Talisha Shine
Holly Tallcott
Executive Summary:
Storage Views, Inc. (SVI) is a Los Angeles based third-party logistics (3PL) organization specializing in the warehousing needs of local apparel manufacturing establishments. Comprised of a group of diverse and highly experienced professionals, SVI will invigorate the traditional 3PL services with a focus on innovation and superior customer support services.
Vision & Mission – With the company slogan, “We are here for you”, Storage Views, Inc. (SVI) sets the fundamental expectation for our clients that their needs are the primary focus of our business. The mission of Storage Views, Inc. of letting the client’s needs be the main driver in the service offerings while incorporating the latest technologies to address those needs will be ever present in all levels of the organization. Storage Views, Inc.’s vision is to be an innovator of third party logistic services while always putting the client first.
Marketing Plan Summary
While providing the standard third party logistics offerings such as pick and pack, warehousing, and distribution, Storage Views, Inc. will also offer the following additional value added services: 1. Assess business partner shipping method, such as Less than Truckload (LTL) to truckload, to help reduce the cost per pound 2. Coordinate all shipping locations to promote business customer efficiency while servicing their customers 3. Provide web access tool to track and trace the status of any shipment 4. Perform cataloguing of inventory to afford visual representation of available products
The primary target market for Storage Views, Inc. is LA based…...

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