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The Future of Local Freight: How Companies Can Save Time With Technology
Easily Scale for Peak Season with Warehouse Robots
Faced with exploding customer volumes, increasing business complexity, and industry-wide challenges of the peak season from October to December, iForce needed a flexible and scalable warehouse automation solution that would de-risk their ability to deliver for their clients. Read how the Locus Robotics’ autonomous mobile robots (AMR) solution helped iForce seamlessly scale as demand spiked, doubling the fleet across the two sites during peak, and achieving 1 million picks in just 10 weeks.
How Winit Condensed Storage, Enhanced Efficiencies, and Perfected On-Time Order Delivery with 1 Solution
Download this case study explore how WINIT achieved these competitive advantages and more by turning to Hai Robotics’ intelligent case picking robotic system as the core technology to alleviate labor woes, advance their facility, and create operational resilience that helped propel the company’s international success over the last 2 years.
The real-time control tower: A critical capability for a connected and agile supply chain
Controlant and PwC business leaders share insights into how the real-time control tower is transforming the pharma supply chain. With IoT to enable decision-making based on real-time insights, the control tower offers significant benefits in operational and strategic returns. A supply chain data repository, no matter how comprehensive, is not valuable until it is presented in a practical framework of actionable insights.
Five Ways Self-Driving Forklifts Provide a Competitive Edge
Explore how self-driving forklifts are creating more profitable operations and providing facilities a competitive edge. Labor force insecurity combined with a shifting and intensifying market demand has made the cost of delaying improvements too high. Facilities that advance their operations with driverless equipment reduce overhead costs while speeding up fulfillment, improving workflows, and extending the staff they already have. Learn how companies using this equipment are getting ahead.
Artificial Intelligence: How is Your Company Responding to AI’s Continuing Evolution Within the Logistics Industry
Although many transportation companies had doubts about the abilities of artificial intelligence, it’s already proving to be crucial. Between decreasing unplanned maintenance and repair costs and improving driver safety, AI is delivering impressive, tangible results. As it continues to become more ubiquitous, what do companies need to know to manage expectations and fully embrace the technology? In IL’s latest podcast, Jay Allardyce, chief product officer for Uptake, explains his take on the potential promises and pitfalls of AI.
Digitalization and the Supply Chain: Where Are We and What’s Next?
Digitalization in the supply chain is happening fast and it’s difficult to keep pace. Disruptive technologies – e.g., next-generation robotics and autonomous vehicles – now integrate with big data analytics, sensors, blockchain and other virtual applications. The opportunities are endless but where are companies on their supply chain digitalization journey? DHL Supply Chain surveyed supply chain and operations professionals around the world to find out.
Hey Pallet Geeks! Which Pallet Type is Best for You?
This whitepaper discusses the functionality characteristics of two wood-based pallet types, but are made from distinctive processes. The pallets are compared for use in one-way shipping include; the innovative 48" x 40" Engineered Molded Wood pallet made with high heat and pressure and the established 48" x 40" GMA-Style pallet made from wood slats and nails. Learn how pallet strength, stiffness and other functionality characteristics impact supply chain efficiencies.