Posted by Thelma Marshall, VP of Solutions, May 19, 2020 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Today’s business climate demands optimum efficiency. Challenges of COVID – 19 has many industries examining how they do business. Manufacturing and warehouse industries need solutions that increase productivity, while maximizing the use of …
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 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.