Peter Millar, luxury apparel retailer, took a different approach to automating their omni-channel warehouse. They found a way to streamline orders, take 10% load off of their conveyor, dramatically reduce touchpoints, and adapt whenever the business calls for a change. How did they do it? Flexible Automation with LogistiVIEW.
Transportation delays are one of the many potential disruptions supply chain managers face, and numerous factors play into them. Shippers often don’t know there’s a problem until after a shipment is late.
Warehouses face continuing headwinds from e-commerce demand and labor shortages. Automation has gradually gained acceptance as a way to improve efficiency throughout, while holding onto a finite workforce with better working conditions.
RWI Logistics is a third-party logistics provider that is part of the Castellini group of companies, one of the largest distributors of fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh-cut produce and floral products in the country.
ASPEQ Heating Group, which provides tailored solutions for industrial and commercial electric heating markets primarily in North America, was continually experiencing challenges with its former 3PL and LTL freight management.
The global supply chain exerts a huge impact on the climate worldwide. But the growing focus on finding global solutions presents a timely opportunity for companies to reduce their own carbon footprint.
Continuing supply chain threats and opportunities are the new normal and warehouse and IT leaders need to take an evolutionary approach to warehouse change that emphasizes speed-to-benefit, flexibility, and adaptability.
If 2022 made one thing clear, it’s that warehouses and distribution centers are the most critical link in the supply chain. Manufacturers and retailers alike rely on efficient warehouses to keep inventory moving, track goods accurately, and fulfill orders quickly.