Use of telematics platforms in the warehousing industry has exponentially increased over the last few years. The reason? This type of data insight mitigates challenges and improves profitability for many companies. They see unprecedented growth and a measurable return on their investment (ROI).
Improving forklift operator behavior and driving skill is one of the most effective strategies to reduce warehouse costs. Accidents, impacts, and injuries are costly mistakes that are often avoidable. But, the success of this strategy depends on the quality of data you receive from your forklift monitoring software.
The effects of a labor shortage is clearly being felt throughout the supply chain industry and warehouse and distributions centers are not impervious to its impact. Additional staff to manage periods of high demand is hard to find and it increases labor costs, so improving your training and staff utilization is a smart way to offset any labor shortage.
If you think you don’t need to offer faster delivery options, here are a few facts to consider. Across the United States, about half of all retailers have stepped up their game to offer same-day delivery options to their customers. They simply had to evolve to remain competitive in today’s marketplace where a growing number of consumers have come to expect these faster delivery options.
FDA and industry-related regulatory compliance overseen by OSHA can be challenging without a strategy that ensures tracking and visibility as product moves along your supply chain. But, supply chains in the agribusiness can present uniquely difficult challenges and costly to manage if you rely on old methods of management.