Labor recruitment challenges in cold storage
While labor recruitment is a consistent concern for the entire supply chain market, it is especially difficult for cold storage. Cold storage can be an incredibly harsh environment to work in, making it hard to find workers who are willing to spend a shift in those conditions. It’s a challenge that comes with many expensive pitfalls, including recruitment and training costs, and all for workers who might elect to move on when a new offer comes along.
Learn how you can leverage technology to help overcome labor recruitment challenges in cold storage, and make the most of your current workforce.
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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