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If you’ve worked in product storage, e-commerce, or direct retail, you know one thing to be true: some products are a little more successful than others.   Not to be unfair to everything else in your inventory, but it’s a fact of life that not all items will move at the same rates. Despite this Read the full article…

Warehouses can be complicated creatures. The uninitiated might assume they’re just for storing products, but there’s actually a lot of work that goes on in there from shipping and receiving, to packaging, and even direct-to-customer sales for a lot of eCommerce businesses.   But no matter what your warehouse specializes in, be it retail products, Read the full article…

For the uninitiated, the term ‘storage strategy’ might seem a little obvious and unnecessary. After all, why are you spending so much time trying to optimize your storage, prioritize your deliveries, and rearrange your warehouse as needed unless you already had a strategy in place?   You might be surprised to learn then that storage Read the full article…

Few things are as important to the success and efficiency of a warehouse than proper product flow management. Whatever it is your warehouse stocks, there’s always going to be a lot of products moving into and out of it, and managing this constant influx of inventory is crucial to maintaining customer satisfaction, product rotation, and Read the full article…

  For warehouses that stock a wide range and/or large number of items, cycle counting is becoming an increasingly popular inventory management technique. As opposed to the more traditional method of physical counts (wherein every item in the warehouse is counted at once in a lengthy process), cycle counting is a more frequent and periodic Read the full article…

    To meet the ever-changing needs of warehouses in the new era of omni-channel, e-commerce, and the rise of on-demand shipping, the majority of companies are constantly looking for new product handling strategies above and beyond typical picking and counting methods.   While the old ways of tracking and stocking inventory don’t need to Read the full article…

The ever-changing nature of warehouse management means that few methods and processes are constant, and even the most tried-and-true warehouse operations or fulfillment methods are going to be altered sometimes.   These changes and advances can leave less-prepared warehouses scrambling to keep up, and as the old saying goes an ounce of prevention is worth Read the full article…

Just like any other industry, warehousing and product distribution is subject to changing trends in technology to the point where these changes can affect how work gets done.   Some of these changes in technology can better help managers and warehouse staff get things done, others are a bit more challenging to try to implement Read the full article…

It’s always incredible to see a project transform from an empty warehouse and come to life as a practical, functional space. For FANUC America, that meant erecting racking and metal shelving across 150,000 square feet of logistics area in the company’s new 320,000-square-foot North American headquarters. Check out this time-lapse video to see the project Read the full article…

  These days, it seems like mezzanines are an increasingly popular solution for businesses looking to expand their current levels of usable floor space. More factories, warehouses, and distribution centers are realizing the benefits of in-plant mezzanines than ever before, and their use has become more widespread across a surprising number of industries.   If Read the full article…

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