Shelving.com recently completed a job at an e-commerce facility in Chesterfield, MI.  With sales increasing every month, the customer was in need of a shelving upgrade, looking for a more efficient storage solution in their warehouse. After assessing their space, we determined push back pallet racking was the best option.  Best used when storing Read the full article…

  Out of everything that needs to be managed inside a warehouse, the flow of traffic is one of the more frequently overlooked. And even if your foot traffic has been properly managed through careful positioning of your warehouse shelving and the like, there’s still another angle to consider: vehicular traffic. Vehicles of various sizes Read the full article…

  For warehouses of all stripes, “traceability” is an important term to know. Traceability refers to the journey of an item or a part as it travels through the warehouse, and how every step of its movement is tracked. While it can take many forms, one of the most common is in-house traceability. This is Read the full article…

  For as similar as many warehouses tend to be, it’s surprising how many different uses they can fulfill. Warehouses, once thought a simple home for retail products and auto parts, have evolved to meet a number of different needs over the years, each new one requiring some drastic change in warehousing design and capacity. Read the full article…

  We’re back with another Q&A, showing you the many faces of our Shelving Inc. team. As a small, family-owned company, every single member is integral to our success.  Today’s feature: John Quigley.     John is one of the newest members of our sales team. Starting at Shelving Inc. in May, he has diligently worked Read the full article…

  Even if the damage isn’t serious, damaged pallets are one of the biggest hassles – and greatest blocks to productivity – that a warehouse can face. Above and beyond the obvious risk of damaged products, damaged pallets can take time to repair, causing lost time and productivity, and the risk of missing or lost Read the full article…

  If there’s one thing we all learned last year, it’s that we could all be a little more…flexible. The world can seemingly change at the drop of a hat, and when the world changes, warehouses are often the first thing that needs to keep up. As the backbone of American retail and commerce, warehouses Read the full article…

  At times, it seems like picking and packing methods are like a favorite home recipe: there’s a ton of different ways to do it, everyone insists their way is best, and it can be hard to get away from your favorite method once it becomes a habit. And while it can be tough to Read the full article…

  The loading dock is one of the most important areas in a warehouse, and yet not one that gets discussed as often. You could consider the loading dock as the beginning of every process in your warehouse. Without the products coming in from your loading dock, your warehouse wouldn’t have any inventory to move Read the full article…

  A lot of attention is paid to how items are stored, tracked, and picked once they’re in the warehouse – but what about actually getting them into the warehouse in the first place? Unloading packages is never anyone’s focal point of designing a warehouse, but it’s an activity that should perhaps be given more Read the full article…

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