Running a warehouse is much more complex than it was in the past. Supply chain bottlenecks combined with increased online sales coupled with a growing expectation of fast shipping and delivery have put a ton of pressure on warehouses to perform. Just working a bit harder is unlikely to produce the results you need in such a competitive industry.
Newcastle Systems, on Fri, May 13, 2022
Every seven seconds, a workplace injury takes place in the U.S., and the costs of these injuries can be catastrophic. In fact, warehouses and factories are considered some of the most dangerous places to work in this country. But the need for warehouse workers has never been greater.
UPDATE: On Monday, March 29th, 2021, the Ever Given was freed and continued its journey northward, allowing for the passage of over 360 ships that had impacted about 15% of the entire world's container capacity. Bon Voyage!
Last week was the beginning of one of those rare weeks when you could tune into your daily news broadcast and hear your usual news readers interviewing supply chain analysts, shipping company representatives and logistics experts almost every day – a group of professional profiles that you almost never see on the national news!
A few weeks ago in Part I, we looked at the bigger picture of Dock Design – the facility itself and the advantages and disadvantages of the different possible configurations for your docks and their bays (See the full article here). This week we’ll walk through some of the key elements in outfitting your dock that ensure optimal productivity for your facility and your shipping partners.