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Archive:  2022

Third-party logistics providers (3PLs) allow businesses to outsource their transportation or warehousing, and may be an essential component of operations for many companies. Businesses that are looking to outsource to a third-party logistics partner are given freedom to focus more on their core competencies and access supply chain technology and globalization, fueling their business growth.
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Wondering What to Do About Food and Beverage Waste in a Warehouse? Get expert tips for how to manage and minimize food and beverage wastes here.
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Are There Specific Warehousing Regulations for Food Safety? Yes, it is important to follow warehousing food safety regulations or there will be consequences.
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Cross-docking is one of many factors that can help optimize shipping in a supply chain. Typically, cross-docking will save time and money. Read more here.
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Plan on managing a warehouse? Then you better learn about the best practices for warehouse slotting and how to implement them.
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Do you wish to optimize your warehouse? Then you better learn how to prepare your warehouse for cross-docking.
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Learn how to pick the right warehouse layout, what elements your warehouse needs to have to run efficiently, and what to look out for.
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Warehouse workers are an investment for every company that hires them. The main reason is that most warehouse jobs are usually entry-level. That means that, as an employer, you are investing not just money but trust that this investment will pay off. Training new warehouse workers can get really expensive really quickly.
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The advantages of 3PL warehousing are several. When 3PL companies offer warehousing services these services will come with the most efficient warehousing tools and protocols available. Most companies doing their own shipping and logistics do not have state-of-the-art warehouses, like 3PL companies.
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RF barcoding is a technology that creates and uses radio-frequency identification (RFID) to track objects. Read more here.
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If you want to make your storage facility as safe as possible, read on as we will tell you how to improve fire safety in your warehouse.
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In this article we look at the main differences between dedicated and contract warehousing including the benefits of each type.
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If you need to move your items and want to know how to best go about it, the ultimate guide to a warehouse relocation will help you.
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What are the basic requirements for an alcohol warehousing facility? To legally store, sell or transport alcohol, you need an excise warehouse license. While a license is an essential requirement for an alcohol warehouse facility, there are a few other requirements you should look for when choosing between excise warehouses.
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What are the basic warehousing requirements for a food manufacturer? A food manufacturer needs to have effective storage space, packaging equipment, and traceability measures. In this blog post, we will look at some of the basic requirements of a food manufacturing warehouse.
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24
Apr
2022
What Is Bundle Wrapping?
by Michael Kotendzhi | Logistics
Bundle wrapping is the assembling of different products to be shipped together as one unit. Sometimes it saves time and money to do so. Read more here.
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With climate change and the environmental issues we’re facing, it is vital to go green. Warehouses are a huge part of the economy, but many create a lot of waste and consume more energy than necessary
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Using an industry e-commerce fulfillment service means faster deliveries and more effective product tracking. However, finding e-commerce fulfillment services in Vancouver is a challenging process. Working with an unsatisfactory partner can mean delays in sales and damaged products.
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How much does 3PL warehousing cost in Vancouver? The average rate for warehousing in Vancouver is between $15 per square foot to $30 per square foot, depending on location, technology, security, and a myriad of other factors.
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The warehouse space market for shippers is wildly fluctuating right now because shipping has been having so many stops and starts and has been so unpredictable. Shipping and warehousing is an integral part of a supply chain, so any changes in supply chain dynamics affect all the moving parts.
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Being organized is critical for launching and running a successful business. Your warehouse should be regarded as the foundation of your business. Productivity will suffer if your warehouse is not well-organized. However, where there is a will, there is a way. If you suffer from an unorganized warehouse, we will offer you a few warehouse organization ideas to boost productivity.
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KPIs or key performance indicators are those critical metrics that tell managers whether the business performance is declining or improving. They define and track your goals and business requirements.
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28
Feb
2022
What Is a Supply Chain?
by Michael Kotendzhi | Logistics
Shipping and logistics is one small—but important--part of the overall supply chain. Making sure that shipping and logistics operates efficiently is critical for both manufacturers and the end consumers, who want to see available on shelves the products they want to buy.
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28
Feb
2022
What Are Dry and Wet Ports?
by Michael Kotendzhi | Logistics
What are dry and wet ports? Dry ports are located away from water. They are generally located close to inland railway stations. Wet ports, on the other hand, are near the ocean or a river.
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28
Feb
2022
What is an Excise License?
by Michael Kotendzhi | Logistics
What is an excise license? An excise license is a document that is required during the logistics process to show that the excise tax has been paid. It is usually used by alcohol and tobacco manufacturers who need to pay regional taxes on goods before they can be sold, distributed, or exported.
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The warehouse business at the moment is in the eye of a perfect storm. With the eCommerce industry growing almost as quickly as the number of SKUs logistics companies need to manage, we feel the need for boosting the digital transformation of warehouse operations more than ever before.
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Oversized and odd-sized goods are more difficult to transport than typical shipments. Large objects or items of an irregular shape can be extremely cumbersome to move using traditional means of transportation. However, there are some ways to get around this.
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30
Jan
2022
Is LTL as Secure as FTL?
by Michael Kotendzhi | Logistics
LTL Shipping is when you ship a parcel through a courier, and they will deliver it to your destination. With LTL shipments, you are only renting a portion of the truck, ship, or plane. Whereas with FTL, you are renting the whole shipment vehicle.
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27
Jan
2022
What Is Container Drayage?
by Michael Kotendzhi | Logistics
Drayage is a shipping and logistics term that refers to the shipment of products over short distances. The word “drayage” comes from the references to “dray” or draught horse, the heavy horses that used to be used for pulling carts.
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In the last couple of years, we've seen companies, both big and small, turn more and more towards selling online. And although lots of people are quick to point out it's all because of the pandemic — we don't feel that way. It certainly made more people shop online, but it's a shift that would happen anyway. To get you up to speed on how to do it, we'll tell you everything you need to know about eCommerce warehousing.
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