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Thanks to the rise in popularity of craft brewing and local wineries, more warehouses than ever before are getting into the wine & alcohol storage game. From kegs of locally produced IPAs to fine oak barrels of whiskey and merlot (not in the same barrel, of course), a lot of alcohol producers have been turning Read the full article…

As much as we talk about making sure your products are stored properly and well-organized, keeping a tidy and efficient distribution center is only half the battle – you eventually have to ship those products, too. These days there seems to be more options than ever before to ship items anywhere in the world, and Read the full article…

Whether it’s the holiday shopping season, the back-to-school rush, or a certain point in the year due to another industry, every warehouse will have peak seasons. Countless words have been written on how to prepare for specific peaks in sales, but how do you know what those peaks are in the first place? Do you Read the full article…

On the surface, “high density storage” sounds like something every warehouse needs, doesn’t it? Everyone has a ton of products they need to store somewhere, and a lot of people tend to equate “high density” with “high capacity”. This isn’t completely inaccurate – there’s a lot of room and a lot of things that can Read the full article…

From offices to kitchens to warehouses and everything in between, one thing is always true: some storage jobs are a little more…heavy-duty than others. A lot of businesses deal in things that need to be stored with something a little tougher than the average shelf; whether they’re shipped in bulk, have to be stored in Read the full article…

Whether you’re an online-only outlet or you offer brick and mortar as well as internet sales, e-commerce fulfillment is an issue that nearly every retail store will face in the modern sales environment. ecommerce can take many forms – direct-to-customer sales, fulfillment from an online outlet, shipment between different retail locations. No matter how you Read the full article…

We’ve all worked in one, or at least seen them: the ever-present office park. Four or five similar-looking buildings all gathered around each other, each floor dedicated to different suites of offices (or even one single business, if it needs the room), each serving their part in the American workforce. You might look at those Read the full article…

If you work in product distribution, dropshipping, or even direct retail, the odds are you’ve got an Amazon storefront of some kind – and that means you need to start worrying about Prime Day.   Prime Day typically falls in early-to-mid July and is a huge boost to summertime sales, nearly equivalent to something like Read the full article…

We’ve all used barcode scanners before, right?   Even if you don’t use them in your warehouse, you’ve surely used them to scan a membership card on a gym, check out your groceries, get something from the library, or even used your phone to scan a barcode to check prices (or see if it’s cheaper Read the full article…

As anyone who works in a warehouse can tell you, some things are harder to put away than others.   From consumer goods to industrial supplies and everything in between, there’s a lot of items that come in awkward shapes, intense weights, weird sizes, or some combination thereof. And while everyone in warehousing probably dreads Read the full article…

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