Success Story: Making the Case for Newcastle Systems

Our recent Making the Case has become an integral component to Newcastle’s mainstream awareness strategy… The PCC recently helped our Sales Director get a lucrative opportunity with Dollar General further down the sales funnel—as it provided powerful ammo to the Industrial Engineer who had to present the solution to his VP for approval.

-Christine Wheeler
Marketing Director, Newcastle Systems.

Are your operators moving goods excessively before putaway and walking a lot to print labels at fixed stations? Do workers wait around for goods that they need to put away?

If you answered yes, then maybe it’s time to make the case for mobile workstations.

By eliminating costly motion and relying on mobile carts that are equipped with an integrated power system, companies can effectively:

  • boost dock-to-stock cycle time,
  • reduce labor by as much as $10,000 per worker,
  • eliminate improperly labeled products, and
  • significantly increase capacity.

Success Story: Making the Case for Toyota Material Handling

The content created by PCC’s expert writers, editors, and designers is key in our mission to acquire prospects and convert leads. When the goal is to provide insightful information that customers WANT to read, these guides are some of the most valuable assets in our arsenal.

-Jacob Stewart, Digital Marketing Specialist,
Toyota Material Handling, U.S.A.

As the distribution environment continues to evolve and as customer demands change, the traditional warehouse or distribution center (DC) setup is quickly falling out of favor. 

Facilities that optimize space, accommodate more product, improve labor usage, minimize accidents, and fully leverage material handling equipment helping operations work smarter, better, and faster.

This whitepaper explores the value of bringing in a professional warehouse consultant to help optimize operation flow.

Peerless Media Announces “Peerless Cares” Ad Campaign

(Framingham) – Peerless Media announced today that the company will launch an ad campaign entitled “Peerless Cares” in the print brands Supply Chain Management Review, Logistics Management, Modern Materials Management, Material Handling Product News and Desktop Engineering. The intent of the campaign is to show the company’s support for the cancer organization, The Beauty Foundation for Cancer Care.

The Beauty Foundation for Cancer Care is a nationwide, 501(c)(3) charity that raises money for families that are dealing with cancer. Their mission is to alleviate the overwhelming financial and emotional strains that cancer treatment places on families. The organization helps pay the bills that aren’t covered by insurance, such as household expenses, transportation to treatment, wigs, child care, etc. This year marks the 10th anniversary of The Beauty Foundation, which in that time has provided over $1M in grants.

The Beauty Foundation also supports these families emotionally with programs such as Adopt-A-Family, which provides holiday presents for families who can’t afford them or if the parent is too sick to shop for them, Basket Brigade, which provides a full Thanksgiving meal for hundreds of families each year for the same reasons, and PROM, an annual dance held at Robert Wood Johnson hospital for the teens on the oncology/hematology floor who aren’t able to attend their own school dances.

Peerless Media has been a financial supporter of the organization since the company’s launch in 2010. “The Beauty Foundation has made a difference in the lives of so many families going through an immensely difficult time”, said Brian Ceraolo, President of Peerless Media. “We’re proud to support an organization that is 100% volunteer so that every dollar goes to helping people who really need it.”

For more information about The Beauty Foundation for Cancer Care, please visit

About Peerless Media

Founded in 2010, Peerless Media is the leading provider of independent business content and information serving the supply chain, logistics, materials handling and design engineering industries. Through our flagship brands (Logistics Management, Modern Materials Handling, Supply Chain Management Review, Material Handling Product News, Supply Chain 24/7, and Desktop Engineering), we offer unparalleled B2B coverage via publications, Websites, newsletters, conferences, and research. Visit