E-commerce and the New Pallet Paradigm
Thursday, September 14, 2017 | 2pm ET
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Thursday, September 14, 2017 2:00PM
Josh Bond, Senior Editor, Modern Materials Handling
Dr. Marshall “Mark” S. White, President, White and Company and Professor Emeritus, Virginia Tech.
When it comes to pallets, it’s not entirely business as usual. Driven by emerging streams of supply chain data, shifting customer demands, and an industry obsession with eliminating every sliver of waste, pallet usage continues to evolve.
In this 30-minute Webcast, we’ll examine how Modern’s readers are adapting to current challenges while positioning themselves to meet those that lie ahead. From incremental savings to enterprise-wide re-imagining, gain valuable insight into the trends influencing how you can turn pallet-related obstacles into opportunities.
Attend this session for insight on:
- What the ongoing shift from brick and mortar to e-commerce means for your pallets
- How to be proactive about responding to changing usage patterns for both conventional and alternative pallets
- Why old ROI calculations are breaking down in a technology-enabled supply chain
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