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  We’re back with another edition of Q&A by the Coffee Machine, where we’re taking a quick break to chat with different staff members here at Shelving, Inc. Today, we talked to none other than: Molly Kage!   Before Shelving, Inc., Molly lived in California for five years. Attending The Fashion Institute of Design and Read the full article…

  Order picking—as important as it is for many aspects of a warehouse, it can have a huge impact on how the needs of your customers are being met. Think about it like this: if the point of every customer interaction you have is to place an order and get them the items they need, Read the full article…

  Warehouses, like so many other aspects of the retail world, exist as part of a service industry. Whether you sell direct-to-consumer or you distribute products to retail outlets at various locations, your customers and recipients need to know they can rely on your warehouse to get them the goods they need, right when they Read the full article…

  While pallet racks are generally built to last and reliable for years so long as they’re properly taken care of, there’s always a little maintenance that goes into owning pallet racks. For example, a lot of pallet rack owners experience a strange ‘sliding’ on some older racks. Sometimes a pallet rack upright may seem Read the full article…

  Low temperature operations, whether in manufacturing or storage, can come with their own unique set of problems and challenges. There’s customer expectations that need to be managed, there’s product that needs to be handled more safely, and there’s the overall impact of having a low-temperature zone inside your warehouse. While we’ve provided tips for Read the full article…

  Warehousing, for all of its history and tradition, is an industry perhaps more affected by the changes of other industries than most. Their existence is largely brought about by the service needs of other businesses—retail storage, food distribution, and the like. But knowing this, it’s strange to think how many warehouses aren’t as reflexive Read the full article…

  As a warehouse, your job is to store products that people presumably want to buy, and then ship those products out in a timely manner to retail outlets or the customer themselves. Accordingly, there’s perhaps no feeling worse for a warehouse than knowing you’ve run out of an item. Every time a popular item Read the full article…

  It’s time for the next edition of Q&A by the Coffee Machine, where we’re taking a quick break to chat with different staff members here at Shelving, Inc. This week’s feature: Nina Sprague!   Nina started working here in 2015. Before joining our team, she accumulated 11 years of experience in the shelving industry Read the full article…

  Just-in-time delivery is a process that’s grown in popularity lately among warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and delivery providers alike. The advantages of just-in-time are numerous and can help a number of warehouses no matter what industries they serve, but adopting these processes can be time-consuming and, more often than not, confusing and unclear. If your Read the full article…

  With all the different products you need to stock and ecommerce needs you’re expected to handle, it’s no surprise when a warehouse starts to run out of room. But what’s just as common, but still surprising, is when warehouses have excess, unused space to work with. Due to a number of factors, a lot Read the full article…

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