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The end of the year is coming, and for warehouse and facility managers that generally means one big thing: spending your remaining budget for the year. Whatever size your storage facility or whatever size your budget, now is the time to start buying extra supplies and equipment for your warehouse that you know you’ll need Read the full article…





If you’ve spent any amount of time in the warehouse industry, you know how many outbound parcels and packages leave your facility every day. Keeping these packages secure and sending them properly is paramount for any business to prevent losses and make sure your customers get their items safely, whether you sell B2B or B2C. Read the full article…





Optimization of warehouses and supply chains is a crucial aspect of any given supply chain strategy. By refining and optimizing your practices, you can achieve significant gains in productivity, efficiency, and overall workflow, and your warehouse or facility can start seeing an improvement nearly immediately.   In supply chain optimization, there tends to be two Read the full article…





  It might not be a problem you’re expecting during the holiday rush, but decreased product demand is a fact of life for nearly any industry in America, no matter what your business does. Items can start off hot and suddenly slow down, items can never really take off, items can become less popular and Read the full article…





  Food allergies are a serious concern for millions of Americans today, and the effects they have can be wide-ranging. For some, it’s a simple outbreak of hives or a skin rash; for others it can result in more serious symptoms like difficulty breathing, issues with the digestive tract, or even death in many extreme Read the full article…





The 23rd annual Benefit on the Bay took place on August 26 at MacRay Harbor on Lake St. Claire in Harrison Twp., Mich. The event, which raises money for the Capuchin Soup Kitchen, hosted more than 600 attendees and featured a silent auction, complete with signed sports memorabilia, wine baskets, and knife collections, and speed Read the full article…





At Shelving.com, we understand the importance of giving back to the communities in which we do business. That’s why we host events like Benefit on the Bay, Bocce with the Brothers, and regularly donate 10 percent of our annual profits to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen.   Shelving.com CEO Joe Schodowski and his brother, Mike, the Read the full article…





There are a number of key considerations that go into creating shelving units for proper pallet racking. While this may seem like a straightforward initiative, incorrectly racked pallets can waste valuable space—creating a potentially costly problem when storage space runs out and your organization needs to look into new shelving and storage options. Here are Read the full article…





Product shortages are an increasingly common problem in the modern world of retail and logistics. As more manufacturers compete for materials, distribution, and shelf space among a wide range of physical and ecommerce outlets, they can find themselves stretched too thin and unable to keep up with product demand.   This can have effects all Read the full article…





Shelving.com recently secured contracts with the Detroit Red Wings and the University of Michigan to provide shelving and storage solutions. For the Red Wings, Shelving.com will install custom wood lockers in the new Little Caesars Arena, which is currently being constructed and projected to open in September 2017. The U of M project, which is Read the full article…

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