Greater demands, tight resources drive need for complete automation.
By MMH Staff ·
April 8, 2019
Warehouses today are the lynchpin between demanding, connected consumers and suppliers and brands. If distribution centers can’t fill orders quickly, efficiently, and accurately, companies potentially lose sales and market share.
At the same time, DC operators can’t just throw more manual labor at the order fulfillment challenge because of today’s tight labor market.
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