Whether during the COVID-19 pandemic or just as a general rule of safety, cleaning supplies are a necessity in any given warehouse. However, what a lot of people are surprised to learn is that when you use your cleaning products can be just as important as how in many cases. Not every sanitation product Read the full article…

  With Father’s Day approaching, now is the time to start shopping for dad. (Or for yourself, you deserve it.) While we’re sure he’s loved his past gifts—framed pictures, craft beer, clothing—try giving him something unique and useful this year. If you have a handy dad who likes to get things done, read on for Read the full article…

  As we all attempt to find new ways to keep our staff and customers safe during COVID-19, the idea of staggering the workforce has risen in popularity. ‘Staggering’, in this case, refers to the concept of making sure not too much of your workforce is in any given area at the same time. It’s Read the full article…

  Even while the rest of the world feels like it’s stalled out due to COVID-19, warehouses continue to see an uptick in business. Stay-at-home laws have necessitated an increase in e-commerce shopping for both essential goods and, well, products many of us could maybe live without, and with it comes an increase in business Read the full article…

  The outbreak of COVID-19, and its resulting shutdowns, quarantines, and other various changes to our way of life, have had a staggering effect on the world of business as a whole. And yet, for all the closures we’ve seen businesses experience and the economic downturn many industries have faced, the need for warehousing remains Read the full article…

  By now we’re far enough into the various challenges posed by COVID-19 on the warehousing industry to start asking ourselves “what’s next?”  This question can take a few forms. “What’s next” could be anything from what the next week will bring in regards to news about the quarantine and the total amount of COVID-19 Read the full article…

  We all know how hard the various quarantines and shutdowns have been on business lately, and even if you’ve been able to stay open and operating during this challenging time, you’ve likely faced a number of new difficulties and challenges your warehouse has never experienced before. One of these may be the increase in Read the full article…

  Even in warehouses, your team members will have personal items they need to bring with them every day. Coats, lunchboxes, sometimes even their own electronic devices like tablets or phones when needed – every team has personal effects that will come with them into the office. Even if these items aren’t company property, they Read the full article…

  Whether due to a global pandemic or just another flu season, illness can spread quickly through a warehouse if enough care and attention isn’t paid to containing it. A lot of workers in all fields will try to stick with the old ‘tough it out’ mentality and come into work while sick. While this Read the full article…

  This September marks Shelving Inc.’s 60th anniversary and Jack Schodowski, our innovative and driven founder, is the reason we’re here today. We had the honor of chatting with him about why he started this business and how he shaped the company into what it is now.   Beginning a Business   Growing up, Jack Read the full article…

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