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Mobile Powered Workstations Save Time and Money in the Warehouse


March 05, 2014

It’s easy to underestimate how much time is spent walking back and forth to fixed printers, computers, scales and other equipment. But it’s a costly practice.

By eliminating just 6 minutes of walking per hour, thousands of dollars can be saved over the course of a year.

Converting a stationary workplace to a mobile powered workstation is the easiest, most economical way to increase productivity and start saving time and money immediately.

Download this complimentary white paper now to learn more about how mobile workstations can open new frontiers of efficiency and productivity


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