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New labor challenges in warehousing
In a time of unprecedented challenges how are Warehouses adopting labor capabilities to ensure continuity of operations, safety of workers and reliable profits. Whether through improved hiring and retention to enhanced technology capabilities labor is more important than ever to supply chain operations.Watch On Demand
Adjusting your workforce to new regulations after COVID-19
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the personal lives of many, and an equally large impact on businesses. With regulations like social distancing and sanitation procedures becoming recommended or required, warehouses will need to be able to adjust and accommodate these changes.Watch On Demand
Mitigating Retail Execution Challenges through Technology Optimization
Efficiency and management capability in retail has never been more important to businesses. With more and more of commerce moving online and supply chains stretching to accommodate consumer needs utilizing technology to optimize retail execution is key to enhancing margins.Watch On Demand
Scaling up and down for seasonality or crisis
Nearly every industry will experience seasonal peaks- that especially stressful time every year where demand spikes and operations are pushed to their limits. Sometimes these peaks are scheduled, like the holiday season or back-to-school. Other times they can catch businesses by surprise, as the result of a natural disaster or crisis. These severe seasonal peaks will make or break your supply chain, and put your workforce to the test.Watch On Demand
Leveraging automation and other technologies to address labor challenges
Impending labor challenges serve as a call to action to implement automation and other technology solutions. As the market changes companies will need to react and adapt quickly to evolving customer demands. The labor gap will lessen for those supply chains that identify, implement and augment their labor force with automation and other innovative technologies.Watch on Demand
Upcoming Series and Classes
The FMCG industry has been challenged with increasing numbers of Stock Keeping Units (SKU) while retail customers demand smaller delivery quantities. As manufacturers change how they produce and distribute their products, mixed-load pallet building emerges as one of the most efficient approaches companies can embrace. However, it increases complexity and the amount of labor required to fulfill customer orders.
Our master class examines how optimizing picking processes with automation technology can help FMCG companies increase efficiency and lower cost, while supplementing the human workforce.
Session Dates: April 6, 13, 20, 27
All sessions are 11–11:30 AM CET