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.
Cold chain busters: identifying and preventing risks06 Jun 2019
Identify the weak links where the cold chain could be broken in your logistics process, and take precautions to keep food and pharmaceutical products in good condition.
Protect your cold chain with these in-warehouse systems06 Jun 2019
Paying attention to the cold chain during food and medication handling in a warehouse is a challenge. These systems will help you maintain the correct temperature during the process.
When refrigeration meets automation: a perfect warehouse match06 Jun 2019
More and more cold stores are automating their operations to cut costs and improve process efficiency. Discover the Iberfresco, Schaal Chocolatier and Dafsa success stories.
High-density storage and the Pallet Shuttle: a winning combination17 May 2019
How can I accelerate stock rotation and achieve greater storage capacity? The unique combination of high-density pallet racking with the Pallet Shuttle may be the solution.
Logistics 4.0: transforming business today and tomorrow17 May 2019
Logistics 4.0 is already a reality in warehouse management and supply distribution. However, it has yet to resolve challenges such as omnichannelity and the decrease in response times.
Lay the foundation for your just-in-time warehouse system17 May 2019
How should a warehouse run under the just-in-time system? We explain the advantages and challenges of this method and take a closer look at what it entails for warehouse organization.
SaaS vs. On-premise: your different WMS purchase options17 May 2019
The Easy WMS warehouse management system can be deployed in two ways: SaaS and on-premise. Here we show you the main differences between these two types of installation.
Main warehouse risks: keep them under control10 May 2019
Warehouse risks concern both your staff and the goods in stock. Fires, falls, blows, recklessness or mismanagement can cause damage to workers and products.