Comprehensive coverage of energy efficient technologies for sustainability in warehousing including lighting, climate control, hybrid lift trucks, conveyors and packaging.
Posted 07/18 · 01:34 PM · MMH Editorial
Consumer preferences suggest businesses should reconsider chasing the Amazon model.
Posted 06/23 · 12:08 PM · MMH Editorial
On-demand packaging system allows company to use 15% less corrugated used and 60% less void fill while improving less-than-full-case average cube utilization by 20%.
Posted 06/23 · 10:01 AM · LM Editorial
IHS Energy experts say oil markets have turned their attention squarely to Iraq and the fast-moving attacks of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The impact on global supply chains has yet to be measured.
Posted 06/17 · 08:31 AM · SCMR Editorial
The impact on global supply chains has yet to be measured.
Posted 06/04 · 09:56 AM · MMH Editorial
A new U.S. corrugated industry life cycle assessment (LCA) study shows a significant 32 percent reduction per unit in the industry's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions between 2006 and 2010.
Posted 06/03 · 07:24 AM · MMH Editorial
New APICS survey finds that remanufacturing and reverse logistics are no longer niche competencies
Posted 05/21 · 09:43 AM · MMH Editorial
Intended for owners, plant managers, corporate executives, EHS managers and engineers, the conference will cover topics that equip attendees with information about executing and enhancing sustainable manufacturing operations.
Posted 05/01 · 07:00 AM · LM Editorial
A growing number of manufacturing companies are warming up to sustainability—taking aggressive steps to soften and shrink their environmental footprints. However, buy-in from those companies’ suppliers has been less encouraging.
Posted 04/30 · 12:35 PM · MMH Editorial
CHEP USA, the leading provider of managed pallet pooling solutions, has joined The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) in the Packaging Sector Working Group as well as the transportation committee of the organization.
Posted 03/18 · 10:36 AM · MMH Editorial
Former Walmart CEO Lee Scott told Tuesday morning’s keynote crowd that the technology-driven changes in logistics have been “profound” and will continue to change rapidly, but people can still count on some basics to stay the same.