Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is most commonly used within our industry to track the placement of products within warehouses. But more than that, RFID trackers allow companies to reduce cargo theft liabilities, track carrier performance and streamline day-to-day operations.
As we are almost halfway through 2016, the advances in robotics beg the question: will this be the year that the scale tips in the direction of warehouse automation, or are human workers still the primary movers of the country’s products?
In the logistics industry, efficiency is the key to success. Streamlining operational processes can help shippers save time and money, all the while allowing them to better serve their customers, no matter where they are located.
As a company that believes it is important to take full advantage of our own ERP, we understand the importance of integrating our systems with our customers ERPs as a way to maximize the benefits that it delivers. Here are some of the best ways to leverage ERP systems.
Consumers may ignore them, but businesses understand the importance of choosing the right barcode system for their products. So, which barcode system is right for your products?
Social media will be a game changer for many companies’ supply chains in the years to come. So how do companies incorporate it into their supply chain?