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Myer’s new DC set to streamline online order fulfilment

Myer has taken possession of its new Distribution Centre (DC) in Victoria, eyeing improved efficiencies in its online delivery and inventory management.

The department-store operator’s 40,000sqm facility located at the Dexus ‘Horizon 3023’ industrial estate in Ravenhall, Victoria is expected to be fully operational in the second half of next year.

The new DC features 200 Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) to ensure faster order processing and delivery timeframes, improved inventory management systems, reduced markdowns and maximised sell-throughs. It can also hold more than 100,000 SKUs.

John King, Myer CEO, said the new DC will “fundamentally change” the business’ supply chain operations.

“It is a faster, more efficient and profitable way to meet the demands of our online business and ensure we maximise the inventory flow to our stores.”

Myer’s executive GM of supply chain, Tony Carr, said through automation, online purchases will be serviced faster and in a more streamlined manner.

“It will allow us to be more data led in stocking our stores – to allow stores to draw from the DC as they meet demand”

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