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By mmckeon · August 5, 2015
With a shrinking qualified labor force and high turnover rates, distribution operations face significant challenges to improve employee performance and maximize return on workforce investment. Investing in labor management software (LMS) allows operations to do more with less, by delivering significant performance gains and unlocking new levels of productivity that eclipse the capabilities of alternative solutions.
<p>Smart glasses can speed up order picking by allowing hands-free operation and keeping pickers focused on value-added picking tasks.</p> By Roberto Michel · August 1, 2015
Data collection devices for the warehouse have long been RF enabled and mobile, but heavily focused on simple data capture routines. Now tablets, smart phones and other devices are supporting richer apps and management activity, while wearable, wireless printers give warehouse workers the capability to perform efficient, on-demand printing.
By MMH Staff · July 29, 2015
The new name better represents how the company strategically partners with customers on lifecycle planning to maximize return on investment.
<p>Craig Hayes, vice president of fulfillment for eBay Enterprise, says the Kentucky distribution campus features very little storage because the facilities are focused on fast and flexible order fulfillment, not warehousing.</p> By Bob Trebilcock · July 1, 2015
eBay Enterprise’s Kentucky distribution campus puts a premium on flexible processes and absolute speed to the customer for e-commerce fulfillment.
By Bob Trebilcock · July 1, 2015
Tilt tray sortation, RF picking and a light-directed put wall are the tools that speed orders out the door at eBay Enterprise’s Kentucky fulfillment centers.
By Bridget McCrea · July 1, 2015
A look at what’s new in voice, mobile and pick-to-light technology for today’s warehouses and distribution centers.
By MMH Staff · June 18, 2015
Intelligrated Software complements the company’s lineup of automated equipment to provide complete, integrated solutions.
By Bob Trebilcock · June 1, 2015
At the healthcare distributor’s Libertyville, Ill., distribution center, mobile robots are handling totes, filling orders and enabling growth.
By Bob Trebilcock · June 1, 2015
Goods-to-person picking is just one of the processes that allows Medline to meet its customers’ stringent requirements.
<p>Automation can support replenishment and pick productivity by increasing SKU accessibility throughout a facility.</p> By Josh Bond · June 1, 2015
As the pull of consumer demand replaces the push of the traditional supply chain, the replenishment function is being pulled in more than one direction. Following successes in pick optimization, the industry is turning its attention to reaping the benefits of refined replenishment.
By MMH Staff · May 14, 2015
Mellott brings 25 years of experience in sales and executive management positions for software organizations.
By MMH Staff · May 6, 2015
Adams brings more than 30 years of sales and business leadership experience, as well as a successful background leading large sales teams across global organizations to his new role.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 1, 2015
In Northern California, the nation’s largest distributor of wine and spirits has built a state-of-the art facility that sets a new industry standard for automated distribution.
By Bob Trebilcock · May 1, 2015
Southern Wine & Spirits’ Northern California DC was designed to maximize throughput and accommodate growth for years to come.
By MMH Staff · April 30, 2015
Sorensen brings more than 18 years of experience to drive the next phase of lifecycle support services growth.

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