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  • What is reverse logistics?

    What is reverse logistics?

    11/10/2019

    Reverse logistics is defined as the practices and processes set up for organising product returns from points-of-sales to the manufacturer in order to repair, recycle or dispose of these articles in the most cost-effective way.

  • Software solutions to adopt a omnichannel strategy

    Software solutions to adopt a omnichannel strategy

    02/01/2019

    Mecalux Software Solutions offers companies efficient omnichannel management solutions. Easy WMS, as well as the WMS for e-commerce and Multi Carrier Shipping Software functionalities, aim to satisfy the end consumer with on-time deliveries and quality customer service.

  • Simulation: be in the driver's seat

    Simulation: be in the driver's seat

    22/11/2018

    Gartner, the world's leading IT research and advisory company, predicts that digital twins will be one of 2018s industry-shaping trends and that, by 2021, 50% of large-scale companies will use them. A ‘digital twin’ is a simulation, a digital replica of a process, product or service through information gathered by built-in sensors on equipment inside manufacturing centers. How does simulation work and why use it? How can simulation be applied to a supply chain or in my warehouse?

  • High throughput and automated goods handling with pallet conveyors

    High throughput and automated goods handling with pallet conveyors

    27/11/2017

    Even though conveyors are generally associated with highly automated installations, in reality, they are more and more common in standard warehouses. The reason is they boost warehouse productivity by optimizing the flow of goods, reduce loading, unloading and transport times, as well as ensure a constant stream of products.

  • Seismic calculations for racks in Europe

    Seismic calculations for racks in Europe

    02/11/2017

    The highest seismic hazard values and the likelihood of earthquakes occurring converge typically in regions close to the edges of Earth's tectonic plates. In Europe, the countries with the greatest seismic risk are Italy, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus and Iceland. At the same time, in each country, there are areas at higher risk than others. Prevention, as well as the compliance with European standards regarding the design and construction of storage systems, is fundamental for the earthquake-proofing of racks.

  • Thermal insulation in cold storage installations

    Thermal insulation in cold storage installations

    31/10/2017

    This article explains how the thermal insulation of low-temperature warehouses is achieved and emphasises the importance of a rigorous design to guarantee the optimal operations of cold storage.

  • Cloud computing: a supply chain ally

    Cloud computing: a supply chain ally

    09/10/2017

    Cloud technology is a huge help for companies to strategically manage their supply chain and to integrate all processes to maximize earnings. In recent years, this computational model has started to replace traditional, on-premise ones at a phenomenal rate.

  • How to achieve energy savings in the logistics processes of an automated warehouse

    How to achieve energy savings in the logistics processes of an automated warehouse

    17/08/2017

    Electricity is essential to the operation of manual or automated warehouses, and as a result companies can supply the goods and services they produce for general consumption. Nowadays, businesses implement practices, as well as technical and organisational measures aimed at reducing energy consumption and optimising the throughput of installations.

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