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5 Strategies for Managing Peak Demand

Available On-Demand
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
June 23, 2014

In today’s demand driven, omni-channel world, you need to be at your peak to deal with peak demand. It’s not just traditional seasonal peaks; you’re also dealing with unconventional peaks like the start of NASCAR and Cinco de Mayo. Add in daily Internet promotions, customer service promises and surprise sales, and you’re looking at peaks within an 8-hour shift to meet parcel shipping cut-off times. 

Clearly, peak just ain’t what it used to be.

In this session, Modern Materials Handling’s Bob Trebilcock, and vice president of engineering and implementation for Forte, Bob Babel, will discuss new strategies to meet the evolving world of peak demand.

During this Webcast you’ll discover:

  The new catalysts that are driving peak periods within a shift
  Best practices and strategies to meet the new demands of peak

  The enabling technologies and approaches to staffing that best-in-class companies are deploying to manage peak

 

Speakers

 

Register today for best practices on how to meet the new demands of peak.
Click here to register.

 

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