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Go Mobile! RF Automation and Industrial Powered Carts Amp Up Warehouse Efficiency

If you’re using a paper and pencil system in your operations, you’re not alone. Forty-eight percent of facilities are still conventional in receiving, picking, inventory replenishment, and storage (non-mechanized).

Topics: ROI Warehouse Management Warehouse ECommerce warehouse design

5 Small Steps that Can Make a BIG Impact to Warehouse Efficiency and ROI

 

Modern ecommerce warehouse and fulfillment operations staff are tasked with some hefty challenges in any given year. But when the pandemic triggered an abrupt shift to online purchases last year, many were handling larger inventories and more receipts, picks, shipments, and returns than ever before.

Topics: ROI Warehouse ECommerce warehouse design

How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Warehouse Operations

 

There’s a common misconception that warehouses operate in an endless loop of basic processes that move items from point A to point B. Sure, things get moved. But the supply chain is increasingly faced with labor shortages, pandemic issues, and rapidly changing market conditions, making the warehousing environment more complex than ever.

 

Today’s modern warehouses have evolved thanks to a host of warehouse artificial intelligence solutions. These tools are helping companies meet the demands of always-on eCommerce, the need to manage a massive number of SKUs with fewer errors, and the drive for faster response times. Looking back over the past several years and forward over several more, here is how artificial intelligence is disrupting warehouse operations.

Topics: Warehouse Process Improvement warehouse design

Heat Stress and How to Avoid It in the Warehouse

 

When the temperatures start to rise in the summer, so do the dangers to your warehouse staff. The U.S. experienced its hottest June on record in 2021, and there were over 31 million people subjected to heat advisories or excessive heat warnings in one month alone.

 

When it’s over 100 degrees outside, you can bet that the temperatures are much higher inside a warehouse or distribution center. That’s why it’s vital that fulfillment centers, warehouses, and 3rd party logistics providers understand the dangers of heat stress and take the proper steps to avoid it.

Topics: Warehouse Process Improvement warehouse design