Distribution centers and warehousing operations managers face numerous hurdles in their quest to attain optimal process efficiencies and performance improvements while resourcefully managing their budgets.
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According to a recent market research study conducted by Peerless Research Group in conjunction with Modern Materials Handling Magazine and Vocollect, a business unit of Intermec, Inc., many of the pressures materials handling organizations are facing today can be relieved through the adoption of pertinent materials handling technologies.
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The quest to boost worker productivity and improve customer fulfillment is driving materials handling professionals to increase strategic investments in advanced warehouse mobility solutions.
Just where and why are these investments being made?
We've interviewed dozens of analysts and practitioners over the years on the growing importance of supply chain collaboration. No longer just a buzz term, the ability to meaningfully connect with partners across the supply chain spectrum----suppliers, transportation providers, internal divisions, and customers----in an effort to make real-time decisions has become the foundation of successful supply chain management.
As the supply chains of high-tech shippers continue to mature and innovate, coupled with rapid growth, it is not a huge surprise to see them further leverage current strategies and lay the groundwork for newer ones, when it comes to further expanding their manufacturing supply chain capabilities.
Recent research issued by global commercial real estate firm JLL explores if retailers’ real estate, regardless of size, is a pro or a con in last mile processes.