Supply Chain Optimization Blog

Practical tips to improve your supply chain operations.


Unlocking Lead Time & Cycle Time Reduction

During the first half of 2020, year-over-year sales growth for U.S. online retailers tripled compared to the first six months of 2019. It’s not unheard of for some warehouses to have increased shipping up to 12 times higher compared to pre-2020 ... Read more →

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Label Printing in "High Volume" Warehouses

The whole world changed suddenly 3 months ago. The way people shop, the way businesses operate changed all of a sudden. No one knows if there is going to be “going back”. Read more →

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How to Run a Warehouse in a Pandemic World

As we are going through challenging days, there have been important changes in the community and people’s daily lives. Because of quarantine and shelter-in-place orders in various states, people are shopping online instead of going into brick and ... Read more →

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U-Cell Approach to Put Wall Picking in High Volume Warehouses

TRANSITION FROM LOW TO HIGH VOLUME WITH PUT WALL PICKING. There is always a hard part in every transition spot in business as well as in life. There is always a challenge with the middle. You can’t move any direction - up or down. You don’t know ... Read more →

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How to Successfully Buy and Sell Inventory on Consignment

Purchasing inventory is one of the biggest risks a retailer takes. If they don’t sell everything, they end up with excess stock and valuable capital tied up in an unmovable product. Read more →

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A Win-Win Partnership: How 3PL Software Can Support Furniture Inventory Management for Retailers

If you’re offering warehousing services to furniture retailers, you’re servicing a lucrative market. Today, the global furniture industry is worth an estimated $545 billion, and that number is expected to grow to $654 billion by 2025. Read more →

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The Retailer’s Guide to Stock and Inventory Replenishment

Suppose a customer browses the racks at your store during her lunch break. She finds a dress she likes, and it's even available in her size. When she gets back to her desk, she’s still thinking about the dress, so she figures she’ll treat herself. Read more →

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Everything You Need To Know to Optimize Your Pick and Pack Process

Warehouses live and die on the efficiency of their operations. When an order comes in, there must be systems in place to quickly prioritize the orders, delegate them to workers, pick the items, pack them, and ship them. Read more →

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Is Your Electronics Inventory & Supply Chain Secure, Even In Uncertain Times?

The consumer electronics market is worth more than $300 billion in the United States. While electronics are seemingly everywhere, getting that smartphone into your hand or that laptop onto your desk takes a lot more work than meets the eye. Read more →

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Inventory Reorder Points (ROP): What They Are & How They Help

How do you know when to order more inventory? In the early days of your business, you probably used your instincts. Once every two weeks, you’d eyeball your stock, guess what you’d run out of in the next few days, and put in an order. Read more →

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