How to optimize your storage space and increase picking efficiency. A big problem for a lot of companies is storage space. Large quantities of different sized goods stored on racks or static shelving take up valuable floor space, and increases operator picking times.
Do you have a list of ingredients that constitute your idea of the perfect document storage system? And before we go any further, I mean to step away from specific types of systems and ask how – in an ideal world – you would organize, store and access the documents that drive your business? People we speak to consistently put wanting to eliminate the paper – and automating will certainly do this. But automating isn’t only about the physical removal of paper. Automating also means streamlining processing – and in doing so ticking many of the other boxes on a perfect storage solution wish-list.
Cold storage warehousing is a trend many retailers and manufacturers are seeking out because they offer full supply chain management. They enable better return on investments in a cost-conscious manner. Most present an exceptional realm of services, utilize state-of-the-art equipment, and are run by automated systems designed to increase accuracy. These single-source providers offer cold storage warehousing, transportation services, cross-docking, unloading and loading services, freight handling and management, and inventory auditing. Since such warehouses deal with a vast range of operations, it is essential that the construction and functionality of the facility are impeccable.
One of the top reasons for the failure of Information Technology Projects in a business organization is that users and operations staff are not clear about their role in the project. They consider the project as an IT project and feel that the responsibility of failure, if it happens, completely lies on the IT department. This article discusses the role of operations staff during various phases of an IT project. Clarity on this improves the probability of success of such projects.
Logistic Systems Ltd. is a Bulgarian company with more than 19 years of experience working in the field of a warehouse, industrial, and archive equipment. We focus our efforts on logistic systems’ design and installation as we service the complete logistic workflow. Our main target is to reach, together with our customers and partners, the right concept and solution, which when implemented, result in well-organized archives, warehouses, stores, production areas, sorting, and distribution centers.
Case Study: Porcelanosa brings the largest ceramics logistics center worldwide into service. Amazon is the world’s biggest retailer, and its CEO Jeff Bezos is the world’s richest man, for one very good reason. His company is better than anyone else, ever, ….