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  Among all the costs and requirements that warehouses can encounter, order fulfillment is one of the most common—and can run out of control if not kept in check. Especially in these times of daily online shopping and constant demands for improved shipping times, it feels like a lot of the expense for shipping and Read the full article…

  Deliveries—every warehouse gets them, everyone has their own way of dealing with them, and every different delivery makes its own impact on your warehouse. And while all products are different and requires different handling steps, there’s a lot that can be done to make your warehouse more ready for deliveries. By taking proactive steps Read the full article…

  Anyone in the medical industry is surely aware of the difficulties involved in keeping everything organized. There’s mountains of paperwork (yes, paperwork—many federal and state regulations require medical records to be kept physically as well as digitally), there’s a seemingly endless array of supplies and pharmaceuticals to keep track of, and it can all 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…

  From food to pet supplies to many beauty products, bags are still a common solution for the packaging of many goods. They’re flexible, save space, and in a lot of cases they’re the easiest way to transport products of certain sizes (or a lot of them at once). The only problem with this approach, 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…

Vitamins, supplements, controlled medicinal substances, even the equipment used to clean hospitals—there’s a lot of items that go into the healthcare industry, and each of them carries their own specific storage and manufacturing guidelines. Above and beyond being stored in the hospital or pharmacy itself, the way they’re stored inside your warehouse will be governed Read the full article…

  When you really think about it, it’s almost surprising how much of the work done in warehouses takes place on pallet racks. It makes sense—warehouses aren’t typically in the business of storing individual items except in special cases, and pallet racks are an easy way to expand your storage capacity and safely store heavier Read the full article…

  Out of all the standards and measurements warehouses should (or are required to) meet, CGMP is one of the newest—and potentially most perplexing for warehouse managers. CGMP stands for Current Good Manufacturing Practice. Similar to other manufacturing standards put in place by the FTC or ANSI, CGMP is a standard set forth by the Read the full article…

  A lot of focus in the warehousing industry is paid to the idea of logistics—the moving of products into and out of your facility into the hands of retailers, consumers, and the like. But what if those products had to move back into your warehouse even after the sale?   In these times of Read the full article…

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