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Augmented reality, smart glasses and other technologies are not enough in themselves to unlock value.

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The combined forces of a strong economy, e-commerce growth and a tight labor market are making it more important the ever for warehouse and distribution center (DC) operations to find ways to make their existing infrastructure and people more productive.

Augmented reality, smart glasses and other technologies are not enough in themselves to unlock value.

With rising demand and shipping volumes, Rotary overhauled its fulfillment systems and processes to continue to meet their customers’ next-day delivery demands.

Many articles about robots in the distribution center include predictions of large scale job losses. “Robots Replace People” is a good, attention-grabbing headline, but the truth is more complicated.

Bakery automation can help operational efficiencies, labor availability and reliability, and fixed operational costs.

From reports of cashews tainted with Salmonella, to beef patties contaminated with wood, to spinach containing allergens, to the now infamous Chipotle Mexican Grill E.coli outbreak, recalls and foodborne illnesses are regular fixtures in today’s news.

Realize long-term success with these five strategies for automating warehouse operations.

Warehouse storage space is expensive, so it makes sense to make the most of your warehouse storage capacity in order to reduce carrying costs and increase material handling efficiency.

How To Choose Among Rugged Smartphones, Wearables, and Warehouse Bricks and Guns.

Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity is still early days in warehouses, though several suppliers are coming up with predictive modeling and analytics to optimize DC operations based on granular data from IoT or other data feeds.

The evolution of software continues to blur the lines between familiar acronyms and emerging capabilities.

The ecommerce, omnichannel revolution is here to stay, and with it comes exponential increases in fulfillment speeds and complexities, yet, despite the new reality of modern commerce, most fulfillment centers still rely heavily on manual processes.

Compatible with a variety of equipment configurations, integrated order consolidation provides reliability and sort efficiency with the ability to quickly handle tens of thousands of orders.

Using a WES to efficiently handle recalls and regulations can save time, money and reputation.

This paper is a complete resource to obtaining a competitive advantage with warehouse automation and as more manufacturers and distributors explore automation, many will consider how they can use an automated storage and retrieval system to enhance their production and warehouse distribution operations.