Dangerous goods (DG), are substances that when transported are a risk to health, safety, property or the environment, such as lithium batteries, chemicals, plastics, food flavourings, perfume, soaps, detergents, cosmetics, dyes and paints.
Most warehouses need some kind of IT-system to support warehouse operations – when pen and paper doesn’t cut it anymore. This can be a self-developed solution or a WMS module in an ERP system.
Omnichannel retailing means more touchpoints to reach customers. But often at a cost of greater complexity, more returns handling and a host of other logistics dilemmas. Here are 5 ways warehouse management can help you lay the omnichannel puzzle.
Picking errors are deeply annoying, we can all agree on that. They delay processes, make customers angry, and costs your business huge amounts of money. But keep calm, there are plenty of things you can do to make picking errors fewer and your profitability higher.
Within the e-commerce industry, the importance of customer experience, buying experience and product experience has been known for a long time. But now focus is shifting to the potential of a really good delivery experience.
Warehouses play a key factor in realizing this perfect customer experience. As customer demands are constantly shifting and the number of products that can be ordered online is rapidly growing choosing the right Warehouse Management System and partner is essential.