Shelving Inc. recently completed two shelving donations to the Capuchin Ministries, a local nonprofit close to our heart. As they continue to grow, we were happy to help provide storage that supported their changing needs.  First, we supplied the Capuchin Archivists shelving for their archival vault. This area stores paper-based archival records, files, photographs, Read the full article…

  Right now, for nearly any industry or business that deals in direct sales, contactless delivery is the name of the game. As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, customers are looking for increased ways to make the purchases they need to while staying as safe as possible from any potential contact or contagions. As a result, Read the full article…

  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…

  From the simplest cold and flu season to the most widespread global pandemic, keeping your warehouse staff and customers safe from disease is paramount in any given warehouse. A lot of people make the mistake of thinking that only food service and delicate products need to be given germ-free storage, but the need for Read the full article…

Emergency supplies – it’s something nobody wants to think about, but something that absolutely needs the right plan of action. From the office to the warehouse and everywhere in-between, the demand for emergency supplies is at an all time high. Cleaning supplies, toilet paper and other hygiene products, even bottled water and batteries can come Read the full article…

A warehouse manager’s work is never done. From food storage to retail goods, from lengthy shipments around the world to overnight deliveries in neighboring suburbs, warehouses have a lot of work they need to do. And with that work can come a number of issues, challenges, and management difficulties that need to be overcome to Read the full article…

Sometimes it can be hard to know exactly how well your warehouse is performing. Sure, there’s all the KPIs we usually check such as sell-through rates and inventory counts, but those can only go so far when trying to understand just how things work in your warehouse. Any warehouse, no matter how well-oiled it may Read the full article…

If you’ve been in the warehouse business for any appreciable amount of time, you know exactly what it’s like trying to keep up with the changing demands of the retail business that surrounds you. Trends in retail may come and go, but if there’s one thing we know is here to stay, it’s e-commerce and Read the full article…

As with any greenhouse or nursery, maintaining plant safety in a grow room requires a focus on proper ventilation. Many of you plant-parents out there likely already know how vulnerable plants can be to a sub-optimum environment, and indoor grow rooms are no exception. Without a solid plan to ventilate your grow room or indoor Read the full article…

As the rise of e-commerce and the fall of traditional retail happened around the same time, more and more warehouse managers have turned to an unorthodox solution to their decreasing available space: retail warehouses. While the term may bring to mind the idea of storage for retail goods (and that’s a large part of warehousing Read the full article…

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