Create Agile Distribution Operations with Pull-driven Order Fulfillment
Thursday, October 4, 2018 | 2PM ET
Warehouse in the NewsOther Voices: Planning and technology can reduce disaster risk ALAN issues 25 urgent requests to support ongoing Michael, Florence recovery Arbor Day Foundation partners with CHEP for international reforestation projects Amazing Packaging Race winners announced Argonne, ALABC members join forces with Electric Applications to improve batteries More Warehouse News
Warehouse ResourceWhat Happens When a Business Becomes a Combination Manufacturer, Wholesaler and Retailer Blurring of the Lines Between Manufacturers, Distributors, and Retailers … Changes Everything in the Process
Thursday, October 4, 2018 2:00PM
Josh Bond, Senior Editor, Modern Materials Handling
Russ Meller, Ph.D., Fellow IISE, Vice President, Solution Design and Research & Development, Fortna
Roger Counihan, Vice President, Sales, Fortna
E-commerce and omni-channel fulfillment require highly flexible distribution operations that can adapt swiftly to changing demand patterns, including seasonal and daily volume peaks.
Pull-driven order fulfillment, enabled by advanced Warehouse Execution Systems, can improve responsiveness, lower order cycle times, increase worker productivity, and require less capital investment.
In this webcast we compare push vs pull-driven fulfillment and demonstrate measurable performance differences between the two operating methods as a case study.
In this session you will:
- Hear about the value of and key differences between pull-driven fulfillment and traditional push distribution operations
- Learn about the role of warehouse execution systems in pull-driven fulfillment
Subscribe to Modern Materials Handling Magazine!Subscribe today. It's FREE!
Find out what the world’s most innovative companies are doing to improve productivity in their plants and distribution centers.
Start your FREE subscription today!
New order fulfillment system optimizes spare parts operation Upgrade to LED industrial lighting creates cost savings View More From this Issue