“A place for everything, and everything in its place.” That old saying is a tried-and-true core piece of advice — whether organizing your home garage or your multi-thousand square foot warehouse full of inventory.
As the busy manager of a supply chain warehouse, you know how important it is to be organized. Profit and loss statements depend on the efficient use of resources in managing your inventory, so it gets into your customers’ hands on time and in good condition. But loss prevention is only half the battle in running an efficient industrial or commercial warehouse facility. The other half is organizing your stock inventory, making it economically accounted for, easily accessible and safely stored.Read More