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We’ve all used barcode scanners before, right?   Even if you don’t use them in your warehouse, you’ve surely used them to scan a membership card on a gym, check out your groceries, get something from the library, or even used your phone to scan a barcode to check prices (or see if it’s cheaper Read the full article…

Whether you operate your own retail business that wants to bring its fulfillment and ecommerce in-house, or you’re considering operating your own fulfillment center to offer shipping and distribution services to other businesses, there’s a lot to be said for operating a fulfillment center.   A number of business owners and entrepreneurs have been looking Read the full article…

  Here at Shelving, Inc, we try to provide more than just warehouse organization and industrial shelving.   We like to think of our blog as a good resource of information for warehouse managers, industrial suppliers, retail distributors, and, really, anyone else that needs help getting their warehouse in order.   And while we don’t Read the full article…

  You feel like your distribution center is in a pretty good place. You’ve got plenty of new warehouse shelving, you’ve got a good relationship with your supply chain, and you’ve gotten your processes pretty well worked out. Now what? There’s always steps that can be taken to improve and review warehouse practices, even if Read the full article…

We have proudly worked with Weingartz Supply for lawn and snow after two decades of service. As their business keeps growing, we keep outfitting their storage with shelving. See how we helped supply their new distribution center in our latest testimonial:

  Your product range is expanding, your workforce is growing, and yet you find your warehouse staying the same size. What do you do? Instinctively, a lot of warehouse managers would start looking elsewhere. Growth is a natural part of any businesses, and most managers would take an increase in products and staff as a Read the full article…

Inventory can be a funny thing. It’s the backbone of any retail business, whether business-to-business or customer-facing, and yet it can be one of the biggest drains on profit and income. Even with all of the problems that can arise from items being out-of-stock, maintaining items can bring with it a unique series of expenses Read the full article…

Your supply chain can’t talk, but if it could, there are a lot of questions you’d want to ask it. And even though it can’t actually reply to you, there’s a lot of valuable information you can get about your supply chain by doing the right research and asking the right questions. Supply chains are 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…

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