Michael Zakkour, Vice President, Tompkins International, expert on Alibaba, eCommerce, and China, Available for Comments, Interviews, and Discussions
As the department store channel shrinks, and more brands fight for less space, our opinion is that brands will need to be more creative, flexible, and diversified in their approaches.
Tompkins International is pleased to announce that Gene Tyndall, currently Executive Vice President, Chief Solutions and
Business and Development Officer, is appointed President, MonarchFx, the Division of Tompkins International that provides
eFulfillment services to sellers of products online.
Marino has over 30 years of experience in retailing, marketing, direct-to-consumer, branding, product development, supply chain, and international operations for apparel, accessories, and home.
After years as a consultant in supply chain and fulfillment services, Tompkins International is launching the MonarchFx Alliance, a consortium of technology
and service providers designed to provide faster, more efficient ecommerce fulfillment across sectors.
After years of writing about supply chains, Tompkins is building out an ambitious e-fulfillment network for retailers and e-tailers.
Through the leadership of Dr. James A Tompkins, Chairman, The MonarchFx Alliance is dedicated to helping executives grasp the implications of how eCommerce and the
digital economy have changed business models. The MonarchFX Alliance is here to help businesses become more agile and profitable together.
It’s not every day that a new business is announced with a strong ability to execute, particularly not when it comes to logistics. In November, there was one. The MonarchFx Alliance is out to provide a transformative new option for e-commerce logistics.
Leaders from Tompkins International have partnered with leaders across the supply chain industry to create a new alliance, MonarchFx Alliance, helping companies compete with Amazon’s delivery times, through a competitive price model created by shared facilities.