After the holiday dust settles and tax time comes around, you might be eager to get things back to normal. Of course, there’s always the one thing every real store or product warehouse doesn’t want to deal with – product returns. Odds are you got a lot of things returned over the last month or Read the full article…

  Overflow is a common problem for warehouses and storage facilities of any type. Products can get returned, overshipped, or simply backed up somewhere in the supply chain, and they have to go somewhere. But the question always remains: where, exactly, are these products supposed to go? And, worse yet, what are you supposed to Read the full article…

  Some of the most common questions we get here at Shelving.com involve pallet racks. And that’s understandable – there’s a lot to know, a lot to learn about, and people are always surprised by the amount of different types they see.   Let’s say you’re looking to get some new or used pallet racks Read the full article…

With as versatile and helpful as they can be to warehouses & storage facilities, there always seems to be a lot of confusion about pallet racks. There’s a lot of different types and configurations out there that can get overwhelming if you’re looking into them for the first time, but the benefits they can bring Read the full article…

Now that the dust has settled from the holiday seasons, it’s time to get back to work. While it might be tempting to get things back to normal and resume the daily grind of operations, the new year (and the general slowdown in business that comes with it) is a perfect opportunity to perform some Read the full article…

While there are many different factors that contribute to a customer’s overall satisfaction with your business, one factor that absolutely can’t be overlooked is warehouse organization and management. A client or customer might never see your warehouse in person, but a chaotic and disorganized warehouse can still have a very negative impact on their experience Read the full article…

  One of the most common (and ongoing) issues with warehouses is the need for accessibility and proper layout design. Proper accessibility can help your workers handle their tasks and duties more easily, prevent accidents, and smooth out any sort of traffic or performance issues your warehouse may encounter. Whatever size your facility is, there’s Read the full article…

Proper safety is one of the most important things about managing a warehouse for both the safety of your workers and your inventory. While the risk for damage and injury can be high, careful maintenance and planning can go a long way to reduce that risk – so long as you’re willing to put in 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…

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