Supply Chain & Warehouse Logistics Blog
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Smart supply chain: making logistics intelligent16 Apr 2021
The smart supply chain uses the IIoT, advanced automation, and big data to process data and identify trends and opportunities for companies.
Blockchain in supply chain logistics: agility and security in the warehouse15 Apr 2021
Blockchain in supply chain logistics: this technology will enable more effective information exchanges between the interconnected elements in the warehouse and among suppliers, companies, and consumer ...
Product traceability: what is it and how is it implemented?14 Apr 2021
Product traceability refers to the real-time control of a product’s entire production process, from the procurement of raw materials until the good reaches the end customer.
Logistics staging area in a warehouse13 Apr 2021
Warehouse staging area: Logistics 4.0 requires efficiency when it comes to managing goods inflows and outflows. So, what percentage of your facility should the staging area cover to maximize productiv ...
GS1-128 barcodes in logistics08 Apr 2021
GS1-128 barcodes are a supply chain application standard of GSI Code 128 that include distribution and commercial transaction data. Find out all about its applications in logistics.
Logistics planning: how to implement it with flying colors07 Apr 2021
Properly structured logistics planning is fundamental for optimizing all operations involved in the warehouse. And the incorporation of strategies specially devised for each particula ...
Cobots: at your service in the warehouse06 Apr 2021
Cobots, together with the implementation of warehouse management systems, will raise efficiency and productivity in logistics installations. In this post, we analyze the effect that cobots will have o ...
Dark stores speed up online supermarkets’ logistics systems01 Apr 2021
Dark stores are warehouses geared towards picking and order fulfillment that generally look like supermarkets but aren’t open to the public.