Everlane recently began working with a distribution center outside of Chicago that processes their entire line. This means that tees made in Peru, bags made in China, and shoes made in Italy are all packaged, scanned, and shipped to the Chicago facility before being distributed to customers across the United States.

Facilitating the movement of 205,000 Everlane products everyday takes a staff of 20, an intricate 13-step process, and some advanced technology to coordinate these efforts. Not only do navigation softwares like those offered by HighJump help to streamline these processes, but they also gives companies (and in the case of Everlane, their customers) greater visibility into the supply chain -- guaranteeing that you receive your ethically produced goods at blazing-fast speeds.


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