New ecosystem provides clients with end-to-end solutions to meet the changing market needs for profitable growth
RALEIGH, N.C. – Tompkins International, a comprehensive supply chain consulting and solutions firm, today announced a strategic realignment that will enable the company to better serve its clients across all industries.
Driven by market changes and growth, Tompkins International has evolved its organization into six business units based on its thought leadership about the future of supply chains and its competencies in strategy, commerce, logistics and technology:
“The integration of these six business units enables us to solely focus on exceeding our customers’ expectations today and in the future,” said Jim Tompkins, Chairman and CEO of Tompkins International. “Built upon our deep and broad-based expertise, our new ecosystem of best-in-breed products and services provides true end-to-end solutions for supply chain excellence and long-term success.”
For more than 40 years, Tompkins International—led by Jim Tompkins—has helped shape the supply chain industry through its thought leadership, innovation and commitment to positioning clients for long-term profitable growth. As the industry continues to shift into the world of digital commerce, Tompkins International’s realigned supply chain ecosystem helps clients prepare not only for their current needs, but also future growth and opportunities.
“In order to deliver an amazing customer experience, today’s supply chain solutions must be flexible but unbreakable, capable of adapting and constantly evolving to provide a series of options to address what is happening at any given moment and the expected near-term future,” said Tompkins.
About Tompkins International
Tompkins International is a global supply chain consulting and solutions firm dedicated to helping clients achieve supply chain excellence and profitable growth. Founded in 1975, Tompkins has integrated its decades of experience in strategy, commerce, logistics and technology into an ecosystem of six business units: Supply Chain Consulting, Material Handling Integration, Robotics, Applied Technologies, Fulfillment Services and Digital Commerce. By combining best-in-breed services and technologies, Tompkins delivers a true end-to-end supply chain solution enabling clients to improve the customer experience and ensure long-term success. Tompkins is headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina and has offices throughout North America and in Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit www.tompkinsinc.com.
In response to COVID-19 and limiting travel, Tompkins Robotics is now offering interactive virtual tours using a variety of stationary and roaming cameras throughout the facility. We have the capability to demonstrate five t-Sort systems with various configurations, robots and functionalities. The main demonstration system includes three different induction types: manual, robotic and A-frame. Our systems are capable of e-commerce order fulfillment, store replenishment, backroom and parcel / postal sortation. We can demonstrate the original t-Sort robotic system in multiple dual level configurations and an elevator system to move robots between the levels. Our larger t-Sort Plus robots run on single level systems with both tilt tray and crossbelt options. In the very near future we will demonstrate the new t-Sort Mini in an additional system. We have a wide variety of inventory to demonstrate products including general merchandise, apparel, grocery, fragile goods, odd sizes and shapes and a wide range of product weights. You will also have a chance to learn about the technologies that are integrated into our system such as automated induction, automated charging, integrated weight and dimension capture, our proprietary wireless network and Warehouse Execution System (WES), new innovations such as our automated sorter exit solution and more. And if mobility and flexibility are important to you, we can demonstrate how easy it is to reconfigure a system, remove or add a sort table, and even fold a table into a smaller footprint for move or transport.