NRI Continues Future Growth Strategy with New Website, New Hire and Positive Ecommerce Fulfillment Results
LOS ANGELES – (May 13, 2020) – NRI Distribution, a leading third-party logistics (3PL) provider for aspirational lifestyle brands, drives forward with its future growth strategy unveiling a new website, a new hire, and positive ecommerce news.
While the world is grappling with the current state of affairs, NRI continues to safely service its customers while pushing forward with its 2020 business objectives. In one of several key initiatives, NRI has launched a fully redesigned website, tapping the reputable agency Libre Design for the project. As the premier go-to agency
for elevated design, Libre worked with NRI to develop a sophisticated, modern website, built around timeless content.
“We are super happy to have had the opportunity to work with Libre Design on our website revamp, their highly experienced designers and team were amazing throughout the process,” said Brian White, Director of Business Development for NRI. “Our goal was to create a hub for information about our services and to showcase the foundational drivers of our organization. Being able to feature our continual focus on information technology and all of our customizable tools was critically important.”
In other company news, the business development team has added Kelley Meidroth to a newly created marketing manager role. She will focus on NRI branding and marketing working across all departments in the USA and Canada. Meidroth joins NRI with an extensive background in marketing and public relations, previously holding positions with many notable lifestyle brands in apparel, accessories, and footwear. She will be based at the NRI Los Angeles headquarters.
In April, NRI recorded substantial increases in ecommerce volume year over year, in the USA and Canada.
“We are optimistic about the future, our growth strategy, and the results we are seeing in ecommerce,” said Chris Maydaniuk, NRI President. “As a key sector of our business, we are prepared to adjust fulfillment needs based on the needs of each individual customer. We are fully equipped to scale our services as our customers’ needs change, and we will remain both steady and flexible in our approach as we move through this year.”