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Five Ways To Increase Productivity In Picking Operations

By Kardex Remstar, LLC
March 06, 2012

While companies are hesitant to make large investments and operational changes in a rebounding economy, there are ways to improve productivity within current picking operations to achieve growth.

Organizations often overhaul picking operations, and new order picking equipment, in an attempt to gain productivity in their operations endeavors are successful and lead to big jumps in productivity productivity rates) but they often require an upfront capital investment and a significant current operations.

In a slow, rebounding economy companies are process improvements when sales are flat. stagnant in this environment won’t be positioned for growth when the economy rebounds companies are hesitant to make large operational changes, done within your current picking operations an uncertain economy.

This white paper will review five ways you can achieve productivity improvements in your picking operations today.


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