Author: Ed Romaine

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12 Warehouse Safety Statistics to Guide Your Design Build

We’ve gathered some of the most poignant warehouse safety statistics available. We encourage you to reference them before embarking on your warehouse or distribution center design project, and to leverage them in order to improve worker compliance with any safety standards that you have in place.

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13 Warehouse and Supply Chain Formulas You Need to Know

A critical step in determining how effective your order fulfillment operation is performing is to determine the key performance indicators (KPIs) that matter most to your business. Once you know the metrics that are most important to your operation, you can benchmark your current performance and monitor improvements and progress towards your goals.

Holiday Shipping Statistics

17 Holiday Shipping Statistics To Help You Prepare for Peak Season

It’s no secret the holiday season is one of the busiest times of the year for retail and shipping industries. And with increases in technology, ecommerce has become the driving force behind record numbers seemingly every year. Just last year, it’s estimated that shoppers spent $122 billion with online retailers alone.

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Dealing with the Warehouse Labor Shortage: 3 Critical Tips

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in 2015 the Warehousing and Storage sector of the US economy employed 785,000 workers. By 2018, that number had grown to nearly 1.2 million—a total growth of more than 41 percent, or 415,000 jobs—driven largely by a growing economy and increased ecommerce sales across the country.

Warehouse Inventory

10 Statistics That’ll Change the Way You Think About Inventory

As the global supply chain becomes ever more connected and retailers of all sizes double down on various omni-channel fulfillment strategies in order to predict and cater to changing consumer behaviors and expectations, order fulfillment is only growing even more complicated.