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…

  If one was being optimistic, we could consider much of 2020 to be…a learning experience. The COVID-19 pandemic, and the related safety regulations, shut downs, and changes in business we all endured, taught us a lot about how our warehouses worked, and how further emergencies can impact our warehouse operations down the road. Even Read the full article…

  Out of everything a warehouse has to deal with during the holiday season, returns have to be one of the most…fraught with difficulties. Returns may be the only thing that customers want handled faster than their initial delivery, since if, for whatever reason, the item didn’t work out, they’re going to want their money Read the full article…

  Boy, 2020 was a year, wasn’t it? There’s no denying that 2020 impacted the entire world of business, from storefronts to offices to restaurants and everything in between. Warehouses, and their associated supply chains, were absolutely no exception to this, and many of our warehouses saw major changes to their operations, layouts, and the Read the full article…

  A lot of people hear the term “NSF shelving” and assume it refers to a specific type of storage, but the reality is a little more versatile than that. NSF shelving refers to any type of shelving that has been approved by the National Sanitation Foundation for certain qualities such as resilience to germs Read the full article…

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