Shelving Inc. recently completed two shelving donations to the Capuchin Ministries, a local nonprofit close to our heart. As they continue to grow, we were happy to help provide storage that supported their changing needs.  First, we supplied the Capuchin Archivists shelving for their archival vault. This area stores paper-based archival records, files, photographs, Read the full article…

  Natural disasters, product shortages, vehicle troubles – warehouses are no strangers to disruption and obstacles. One of the biggest disruptions that the warehousing industry has faced lately (not to mention the world at large) is the COVID-19 pandemic. The challenges posed by social distancing have wreaked havoc on a number of points along the Read the full article…

  Right now, for nearly any industry or business that deals in direct sales, contactless delivery is the name of the game. As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, customers are looking for increased ways to make the purchases they need to while staying as safe as possible from any potential contact or contagions. As a result, Read the full article…

  Even during the best of circumstances, managing air flow, ventilation, and temperature in a warehouse can be a daunting task – but add COVID-19 to the mix, and everything goes right out the window. (Figuratively speaking, of course.) As doctors and experts gain a better understanding of how COVID-19 is spread and transferred, the Read the full article…

  As busy as warehouses have been these days, many businesses have turned to buying up additional warehouse space to handle the demand and overflow. This new warehouse space can take many forms – sometimes it’s a vacant warehouse left behind by a business that moved elsewhere, sometimes it’s a converted industrial space, sometimes it’s Read the full article…

  The recent ecommerce boom has been something of a double-edged sword for warehouses. Sure, the increased orders and revenue are always welcome, but the reason behind these increased orders – namely, the COVID-19 pandemic – has caused a lot of snags along the way, both internally and externally. Between a rise in product shortages, Read the full article…

  Ever since COVID-19 reared its ugly head in America, “social distancing” has been a term on everyone’s mind. And with as difficult as it can be out in public (despite the clear floor markings everywhere), it can be even tougher while working in warehouses. Even the most well-laid-out warehouse can get a little crowded Read the full article…

  Especially in these times of nearly-immediate ecommerce demand, speed in a warehouse is everything. And while your pickers and shippers may be working as hard as they can to keep up with the influx of orders and products that need to get out the door, there’s several factors in a given warehouse that could Read the full article…

  Even as we return to work and things begin to try and approach “normal”, America is still in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic, and that means we all have to keep being safe. While information and data on the virus seems to change by the day, certain safety measures still need to be Read the full article…

  It sometimes feels like every warehouse has their own method for tracking inventory, but one of the most popular and enduring methods is known as kanban. Kanban, for those of you unfamiliar with the term, is a Japanese method used in warehouses, factories, and other manufacturing concerns where parts are delivered, replenished, or manufactured Read the full article…

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