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Top Ten Tips for Warehouse Design


August 08, 2013

Businesses today have to get more out of their existing operation. Any changes made need to be right the first time and cost-effective. The pressures are greater still if extending the warehouse or building a new one.

Warehouse layout design and simulation tools are providing businesses with the right information to test ‘What-if?’ scenarios which identify where the operation can be better optimized and the possible ‘stress-points’ it’s experiencing.

The CLASS tool from Cirrus Logistics helps you to realize your operations potential, without the need for any specialized programming skills - you simply drag and drop to reconfigure layouts and work flows.

Download this complimentary white paper for the top 10 tips on how to get warehouse design right.

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