New warehouse automation technologies have the potential to dramatically increase the productivity and efficiency of order fulfillment operations. Here are 29 statistics about warehouse automation to help you wrap your mind around just how important these technologies are.
The order fulfillment industry faces new challenges seemingly everyday. Often, these challenges are inspired by the practices initially adopted by ecommerce giants like Amazon, which customers then begin to expect from other retailers.
What are the key areas to focus on for your warehouse when it comes to exceeding today’s and tomorrow’s order fulfillment challenges.
Looking to optimize your warehouse’s storage space? Here’s a look at different warehouse storage solutions you should consider.
Are you considering deploying AS/RS in your order fulfillment operation? Here’s a look at the new breed of 3D pallet shuttle moles that can move autonomously.
Retailers with an existing network of physical stores can leverage micro-fulfillment strategies to increase customer satisfaction and reduce costs.
Unit-load AS/RS has the potential to bring many benefits, including lowered labor costs, increased inventory visibility, fewer accidents, and more.
Common applications of unit-load AS/RS include high-density pallet storage, transporting special loads, goods-to-person, cold storage, buffering & more.
Buffering your work in progress can make your facility more efficient and productive. Here’s a look at using AS/RS for WIP buffering.
Are you looking for ways to optimize your warehouse storage space? Here’s a look at how you can leverage AS/RS to accomplish that goal.
How a Warehouse Execution System (WES) Can Augment Your Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) & Robotics Systems
Are you considering leveraging AMRs or other robotics in your warehouse or DC? Here’s a look at the role your WES can play in boosting their performance.