Supply Chain & Warehouse Logistics Blog
Explore the Interlake Mecalux blog and learn more about the latest methods for warehouse space optimization, how to improve inventory management, automated material handling equipment & software.
Chemical warehousing: challenges and success stories10 Jul 2020
Chemical warehousing: what to consider when designing and equipping your installation We’ll show you some warehousing projects we launched and the various solutions adopted.
Bullwhip effect: whip it for good!09 Jul 2020
The bullwhip effect in logistics causes distortions in stored stock for each member of the supply chain. Find out whether your business is affected and how to fix it.
Pick lists for an error-free warehouse26 Jun 2020
Pick lists are used to organize the sequence for collecting products in a warehouse for their subsequent dispatch. What advantages can a WMS bring to the creation of picking lists?
Picking area: how to design and equip the one for your warehouse25 Jun 2020
Picking area: when designing this zone for a warehouse, its location and setup depend on the installation’s operational characteristics. Find out about the most popular options in our article.
Intralogistics: what is it? Process optimization trends in internal logistics12 Jun 2020
Internal logistics encompasses the organization of material and information flows that take place within a company's four walls. What are the main trends in intralogistics?
Minimum stock levels: definition and strategies02 Jun 2020
The minimum operating stock level indicates the point of inventory consumption at which goods need to be replenished. So, what’s the rule for minimum/maximum stock levels? We’ll tell you all about it.
Industrial maintenance in automated warehouses28 May 2020
Industrial maintenance: this is one of the most common concerns when automating an installation. We’ll show you the options you have with Interlake Mecalux.
Lean logistics: leaning into efficiency27 May 2020
''The Lean logistics methodology is a management and operations organization philosophy of Japanese origin The Lean method aims to eliminate waste that strains a company’s logistics profitability.