Before you automate your distribution center, there are several factors you have to take into account. In this episode of MHI View, we examine some of those factors and discuss the planning process behind implementing automated solutions. Click here to view the video.
In this year’s report, we break down the challenges of managing disruption into three major phases: Respond, Recover, and Thrive. Each explores how digital supply chain innovations support the evolution to increased resilience. To view the video, click here.
Repetitive and non-value-adding tasks are driving turnover rates in warehouses. As employers search for solutions to this problem, automation is revealing itself to be a valuable asset to the warehouse environment. Using machines to take on repetitive tasks may be the solution that frees your employees to focus on fulfilling tasks that benefit the company. To view the video, click here.
Virtual reality is becoming a valuable teaching tool in training new supply chain employees. With the ability to simulate a warehouse environment, new hires can familiarize themselves with their workstations and warehouse technology before even starting the job. In this video, learn about some of the benefits of training using VR. Click here to view the video.
Supply chain solutions are more critical to business success than ever before. How do you keep up with increasing customer demands and competitive pressures? MHI has created the ProMat Digital Experience. A new digital event to power up manufacturing and supply chain professionals by giving them critical access to the latest solutions needed to improve resiliency and agility in their operations. Click here to view the video....
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an influence on both e-commerce and distribution centers. All aspects of e-commerce have seen unprecedented growth since the beginning of the pandemic. Combined with record unemployment rates, there has been a tremendous need for more labor. What can employers do to attract and retain employees in the middle of a pandemic? To view the video, click here.
Artificial intelligence is one of the technologies that is poised to influence the future of the supply chain industry. At it’s the most basic level, AI has the capability to make supply chains more efficient by leveraging data that an organization collects. Click here to view the video.