Warehouse order picking refers to the necessary labor and parts involved in pulling an item from inventory to fulfill a customer’s order, and while it sounds relatively simple, it can be quite complex when put into practice. As one of the core workflows within any warehouse, picking operations often account for up to 55% of
As order volume continues to rise, warehouses and distribution centers of all shapes and sizes must readily adapt to stay ahead of demand. With so many optimization opportunities available, it may be difficult to choose where to start. As leaders in scalable implementation, TPI recommends starting with one of the major four pillars of efficient
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The increasing surge in e-commerce in 2020 was blown into a full-scale wave of online demands. Now, a year after the pandemic-triggered increase in omnichannel fulfillment, small and medium businesses must quickly optimize and adapt to challenging customer expectations such as: Tighter delivery timeframes Near 100% order accuracy Verifiable disinfection and worker safety Free and
Easy Inventory Management Solutions for Growing Businesses! TPI can provide simple solutions that allow you to keep up with growing order volumes and greater customer demands.
No matter the size of your business, inventory management is probably one of the most crucial tasks in your daily operations. From tracking raw materials to updating safety stock values, efficient inventory management can prevent: Inconvenient/surprise out of stocks Material shortages Spoiled products due to misplacements Failed compliance audits Abandoned shopping carts in e-commerce If
It’s Time to Revisit Your Sanitation Strategy Studies conducted by various medical specialists have reported that several viruses, including the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) can survive up to nine days on an inanimate surface of either plastic, glass, or metal. Although it only takes one touch to transmit these illnesses, frequent and adequate sanitation procedures can
Every day, the line between worker and machine blurs a little more as technology advances to complement workforces across varying industries, and warehousing is no different. In 2019, merely 22% of warehouses reported investing in wearable computing, yet that number is expected to jump to 62% by 2022. Intelligent technology such as augmented and virtual
No two construction sites are the same. However, no matter what project your workers undertake, one thing is certain; productivity relies heavily on tools used. From electric screwdrivers to 200-foot cranes, new technology has revolutionized construction sites with faster operations, increased durability, and indispensable visibility, all contributing to maximized worker performance. Dedicated to augmenting workflow
Technology upgrades faster and more efficiently today than it did ten years ago. Therefore, keeping up with the latest generation of enterprise devices can be difficult and costly; however, avoiding upgrades can be even more detrimental to your supply chain. From sustainability initiatives to government compliance requirements, new intelligent technology can equip your warehouse