Diamond Closing L.A. DC
Published: 12/07/2010, Last Updated: 12/08/2010 02:47am
Diamond Comic Distributors will close its
Long-time Diamond Regional Manager James Nash will relocate from
The transition will begin in January. The last shipment picked and packed in
According to the notice, Diamond’s Olive Brand and
A pick-up location will be provided where retailers that are currently picking up shipments can continue to do so at no charge “at this time.” Returns and overages will be returned to the Olive Branch location using freight prepaid ARS tags.
Customers currently serviced by UPS will continue to be serviced using the same carrier. Diamond will pay for shipments to UPS’s
At a time of declining sales (see “2010 Comic Sales Down 5.79%”), it makes sense for Diamond to consolidate distribution center operations to eliminate redundancies in warehouse space, inventory, labor, and other costs. And its
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