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  Across a number of industries, vertical farming has become a major component of agriculture and medical production in America. The concept, on the surface, is simple—take unused urban space such as warehouses and convert them into grow centers through the use of vertical industrial shelving. By focusing more on vertical space instead of strictly Read the full article…

  Let’s all be honest with ourselves: nobody actually enjoys doing inventory counts. Sure, knowing what you have on hand is important, and there’s always a sense of relief when it’s over/you have a better understanding of what products your inventory currently has in stock, but the idea of actually performing a top-to-bottom inventory check Read the full article…

  Summertime is here, and for most of the country that means it’s bound to rain. To prove our point, it’s raining here in Michigan while we write this. While a little rain isn’t enough to stop most warehouses (even if it does make some trucks run a little slow), you do have the safety Read the full article…

  Everyone, even the guy who runs your website with toys all over his desk, likes to keep a clean workspace. But there’s a difference between ‘clean’ and ‘hygienic’. Many warehouses that deal in more sensitive products like food, pharmaceuticals, and even personal care products like soap and shampoo need to be far more aware Read the full article…

  Data centers are an increasingly common sight among warehouses and the spaces that contain them.   Whether your business deals in cloud storage directly, you’re running your own data center to better manage the needs and demands of your business as a whole, or you’re simply renting out space in your warehouse to help Read the full article…

  Outsourcing has been a hot topic in the world of business for a long time now, and that goes the same for warehousing as it does anywhere else. Outsourced warehousing has become an increasingly popular way for warehouses to disperse their stock and quickly gain additional working space at a much lower cost than Read the full article…

The constant rush, confusion, and influx of orders into a warehouse can sometimes make it feel more like a fast food job than warehousing work. And while your employees are surely expecting some chaos and confusion, if they wanted to work at McDonald’s they could…well, just work at McDonald’s. Constant rushing, headaches, and poor planning Read the full article…

  Sometimes it can feel like there’s too many options when it comes to inventory management. Every method, every software, every counting style brings its own advantages and disadvantages, not to mention the changes they can generate in your warehouse itself. While you might already have a method that works for you, or maybe you’re Read the full article…

  The word “audit” might make a lot of people nervous this time of year given it’s tax season, but they can be very handy for warehouses when done properly. Much like any business, warehouses should be audited at regular intervals to maintain operational efficiency, identify areas of improvement, and look for opportunities to make Read the full article…

  No matter what products you deal in or what kind of work you do in your warehouse, the odds are pretty good you’ll have some gas canisters around. Whether it’s fuel for your forklifts, welding supplies, or simply industrial chemicals that haven’t made their way to your clients yet, gas canister storage is a Read the full article…

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