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How a new breed of warehouse is fuelling eCommerce

Traditional warehouses — large buildings sitting in affordable rural areas along popular shipping routes — have been replaced by new breeds of fulfillment centers. Retailers’ warehouse strategies are changing dramatically and becoming a more critical piece of the ecommerce landscape — from how the geographic location of each warehouse is chosen to how products are documented and placed in a warehouse’s inventory.

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Posted in 2016, Barcode, Blogs, Chain, Drones, Labeling, New, Picking, Pressure Sensitive, Ribbons, SKU, Standardize, Supply, Thermal, Thermal Transfer, Traceability, Trends

E-commerce and the warehouse of tomorrow

Original article posted in DC Velocity June 13, 2016 [Link] By: DC Velocity Staff If you’ve been involved in order fulfillment for a decade or more, there’s a good chance you’ve seen a wholesale change in your facility’s picking patterns.

Posted in 2016, 3PL, Barcode, Blogs, Chain, Labeling, Picking, Pressure Sensitive, Ribbons, Supply, Thermal, Thermal Transfer, Uncategorized

Wearables in the Warehouse?

Great read from Manufacturing Business Technology. A couple of questions come to mind after reading this article: What is the tipping point where technology costs decrease for many small and medium companies adopt this technology? The article cites $1500 as

Posted in Barcode, Blogs, Chain, Errors, Labeling, Picking, Pressure Sensitive, Ribbons, SKU, Supply, Thermal, Thermal Transfer, Traceability, UPC

Calculating the ROI of Your WMS

Read the full article at ebnonline.com Calculating the ROI of Your WMS  Eric Allais, President/CEO, PathGuide Technologies In part 1 of this article I outlined five key benefits that a company can expect from a WMS deployment. Here in part

Posted in Barcode, Blogs, Chain, Labeling, Picking, SKU, Supply, Thermal Transfer, Traceability, Trends, Uncategorized

E-commerce driving DC need for mobile technology – Article from Modern Materials Handling

According to this highly informative article, picking errors resulted in an average cost globally of $59 per incident! Avoid the high cost of product shipment errors and the immeasurable cost of customer dissatisfaction by using high quality labels, ribbons and

Posted in 2015, Blogs, Errors, Labeling, Picking, Ribbons, Thermal Transfer