A comprehensive source of news and trends in Warehouse and Distribution Center Management covering operations, strategies, sustainability and metrics.
Posted 10/21 · 11:41 AM · MMH Editorial
Simpson was recognized for volunteer efforts as well as innovative accomplishments.
Posted 10/20 · 11:25 AM · MMH Editorial
The company’s new Class V pneumatic tire forklift tackled an unusual application when it hauled the winning pumpkin at Pumpkinfest 2010 in New Bremen, Ohio
Posted 10/20 · 09:21 AM · LM Editorial
A new report from supply chain consultancy Armstrong & Associates Inc. states that United States-based commercial warehousing revenue will hit $50 billion in 2010. The report notes that combined contract and public warehousing revenues are expected to top 2008 levels by 2 percent after a 2009 decline. And it added that the contract and public warehousing market now represents 45 percent of the entire U.S. warehousing market.
Posted 10/20 · 09:06 AM · MMH Editorial
Toyota genuine parts rank highest in independent survey of industry decision-makers.
Posted 10/20 · 05:15 AM · MMH Editorial
No film break (NFB) stretch wrapping machines use a film delivery system that seamlessly and consistently wraps loads without breakage.
Posted 10/19 · 08:19 AM · MMH Editorial
Rock Hill, S.C. High School implements on-demand warehouse management solution to teach next generation of materials handling and logistics professionals.
Posted 10/18 · 07:57 AM · MMH Editorial
Del Monte Foods’ new Topeka DC brings laser-guided AGVs from manufacturing into distribution. The result is a best-in-class materials handling system that minimizes costs with room to expand in the future.
Posted 10/18 · 03:47 AM · MMH Editorial
Yellow Jacket 110 series orbital stretch wrap machines secure standard, oversized or odd-shaped palletized loads while they rest on the forks of a lift truck.
Posted 10/15 · 11:54 AM · SCMR Editorial
Part 3 in our series on "Back to Basics - Managing The Basic Supply Chain Functions." Warehousing Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Supply Chain Process - Where Are We Now? What’s Next? This article will address “back to the basics” that are fundamental for warehouses to achieve both efficiency and effectiveness in supply chains, and provide some perspective on current challenges and the future.
Posted 10/15 · 09:55 AM · MMH Editorial
With its new DC, the pet retailer has reduced its handling costs, bolstered its green transportation initiatives, and fortifies its overall distribution network—all while providing room to grow.