Vinyl vs. DVD

Of course, Trax & Wax is not processing tens of thousands of requests (at least, not yet), but the company must still coordinate numerous players and moving parts; the two to four albums making up each of the four distinct record boxes come from seven different labels, each of which may use a different distributor. The orders themselves must then be delivered to customers all around the world (30% of whom are across the Atlantic in the United States). So although Trax & Wax may be operating in a niche market for a retro product, their supply chain management couldn’t be more modern. And we’re excited to see how they push the limits of the subscription-based delivery model from here on out.


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