Pitney Bowes partners with Quiet Platforms

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Quiet platforms have announced a partnership with Pitney Bowes to build on the industry-leading logistics capabilities available to customers in the Quiet Platforms network, offering fast and efficient delivery options.

Under the agreement, Pitney Bowes will provide value-added carrier services, allowing customers to leverage the scale provided by the Quiet Platforms shared services model to optimize their supply chains.

“As we continue to expand the Quiet Platforms business, we are excited to partner with Pitney Bowes, which will enable faster delivery services and logistics capabilities to get orders into the hands of customers quicker and more efficiently, Offering in-network retailers and brands access to our expansive logistics capabilities enables them to focus more closely on what they do best, creating great products and memorable customer experiences.”

– Brent Beabout, President of Quiet Platforms

Quiet Platforms’ innovative shared supply chain network enables companies to collaborate to solve their common logistics, fulfillment and delivery challenges by optimizing operations and enables faster, greener and more cost-efficient supply chains without investment of additional capital or resources. Quiet Platforms’ end-to-end supply chain capabilities include cost-effective middle-mile transportation solutions and advanced in-market fulfillment centers that allow retailers and brands to “get closer and ship smarter,” strategically positioning inventory closer to end consumers. Quiet Platforms was formed through AEO’s 2021 acquisitions of AirTerra and Quiet Logistics.

Pitney Bowes is committed to innovation and we’re excited to work with Quiet Platforms as it builds next-generation supply chain capabilities for retailers and brands, This partnership, leveraging the recently announced Pitney Bowes Designed Delivery™ service, will help brands in the Quiet Platforms network continue to enhance the customer experience.

– Gregg Zegras, EVP & President, Pitney Bowes Global Ecommerce


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