Safety in a manufacturing or warehouse facility during this COVID-19 crisis requires protocols, training and clear communication among all employees.
connected warehouse solutions
Studies show that less than 30% of warehouses in the U.S. are efficient. Is your facility one of them?
If your business is one of the 70% looking to improve warehouse operational efficiency, then it’s time to identify the old strategies that are costing your business time and money and then create applicable solutions.
The warehousing industry has evolved, and most enterprises realize that monitoring and enterprise level customizable reports are needed to resolve small issues before they become big, costly problems. But, deciphering information quickly, determining what is going wrong and why, and creating a solution can still be one of the biggest challenges you face.
Manufacturing and distribution centers often struggle to control costs while meeting OSHA and industry-related regulatory compliance. A strategy for inventory tracking is crucial to avoiding fines and a negative impact on the company’s reputation. It’s a complex challenge, but there are ways to ensure transparency.
If you are wondering how you can quantify the time spent on LEAN initiatives within your warehousing or manufacturing operation, you are probably doing it all wrong. Managers successfully generate a LEANer operation by creating a culture of LEAN thinking, not by drafting an additional list of tasks to accomplish.