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Your workflows are determined by your warehouse flow, so optimizing your business has to start with optimizing your warehouse layout.
How do you keep products moving seamlessly from stage to stage when you’ve upgraded the number of inventory, people, and machines in your warehouse? Layout is the track that guides all movement.Read How
An average warehouse should be big enough to avoid crowding but not so big that your workers are forced to travel far. You probably need it to include free space, receiving, storage, pick, pack, and ship stations. Here’s an example blueprint.Start Planning
Mistakes in your service delivery often stem from simple mistakes in your setup, like having shipping and receiving on the same dock. Here’s how to recognize, avoid, and correct those errors without overhauling your system.Ready To See How?
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