A comprehensive source of news and trends in Warehouse and Distribution Center Management covering operations, strategies, sustainability and metrics.
Posted 05/20 · 12:18 PM · MMH Editorial
Keeping in line with retail sales growth from February to March, the United States Department of Commerce and the National Retail Federation recently reported retail sales were up again from March to April.
Posted 05/11 · 03:00 PM · MMH Editorial
You may have already heard that Peerless Media, LLC has completed the acquisition of Modern Materials Handling from Reed Elsevier. What does that mean for loyal readers of this newsletter?
Posted 04/01 · 05:04 PM · MMH Editorial
Here are the latest developments, innovations, and breakthroughs that are making crossdocking easier and faster than ever.
Posted 04/01 · 03:31 PM · MMH Editorial
From conveyors to pallets, industry leaders make the case for how their products can make a difference to companies focused on the green supply chain
Posted 04/01 · 12:37 PM · MMH Editorial
At the end of the line after the materials handling is done, you still need pallets, slip sheets, totes and containers, stretch wrap, shrink wrap and banding, and dunnage to create the optimum unit load
Posted 03/01 · 05:44 PM · MMH Editorial
Think there's nothing new about sortation technology? Think again.
Posted 03/01 · 05:38 PM · MMH Editorial
Denmark's leading book distributor installed a scalable automated storage system that increased throughput and replenishment rates.
Posted 03/01 · 09:52 AM · MMH Editorial
The counterbalanced automatic guided vehicle can pick up loads from the floor and block stack or interface with conveyors, stands and racking.
Posted 02/01 · 04:56 PM · MMH Editorial
The American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN, http://www.alanaid.org
), a non-profit humanitarian aid organization that engages the supply chain community in relief efforts at home and abroad, is helping the victims of the earthquake that recently hit Haiti.
Posted 02/01 · 04:52 PM · MMH Editorial
PROMAT 2011 isn't scheduled until March of next year, but the Material Handling Industry of America
(MHIA) is already well into the planning process.