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What Sedlak Did. Challenges. Incorporated selected concepts into FC and expansion footprint Conducted a detailed design of the building expansion along with CAD drawings of MHE systems Developed overall capital and operating costs and implementation timeline for final solution

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What Sedlak Did

Challenges

  • Incorporated selected concepts into FC and expansion footprint
  • Conducted a detailed design of the building expansion along with CAD drawings of MHE systems
  • Developed overall capital and operating costs and implementation timeline for final solution
  • Sedlak’s work included detailed design and implementation of all MHE
  • Defined and maintained project schedule and budget
  • Nearly a decade after Sedlak designed a new fulfillment center for Nordstrom’s direct to consumer business markets, natural growth is causing constraints across many functions in the facility
  • Sedlak has been commissioned to conduct an in-depth analysis of the fulfillment center (FC) requirements through a six-year planning horizon

What Sedlak Did

  • Developed a forecast of FC operational activity, design criteria, product handling characteristics, and distribution procedures were formulated and validated
  • Compared processing and storage volumes to actual capacities to identify shortfalls; improvements were identified and spanned operational changes, productivity enhancements, additional equipment, and more facility footprint
  • Through our concept evaluation methodology, identified and developed material handling concepts that met Nordstrom’s criteria for ROI

Results

  • Development of a master facility/operational plan to support business requirements well into the future
  • Improved operational methodologies for every major function within the FC resulted in a best-practices facility, positioning Nordstrom’s to meet its very high, extraordinary customer service standards
  • Nordstrom’s FC expansion doubled the size of the facility from 350,000 sq. ft. to over 700,000 sq. ft.
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