Take a virtual tour of Conair’s 850,000 sq. foot multi-channel distribution center. Experience how Conair’s Glendale, AZ state-of-the-art automated distribution center has optimized store replenishment and direct-to-consumer fulfillment services under one roof. Our presenters will give you an overview of the facility layout and design and talk about the key technologies used to handle the complexities of multi-channel distribution.
Labor Management: As A Dynamic Tool (February 2021)
The days of LMS being used as a narrow measuring stick are over. Today’s warehouse labor management software is highly mobile and provides metrics to change performance as work unfolds. The integration of LMS and WES is nascent and may vary by solution specifics, but it is a frontier to watch. Learn more.
Warehouse Mobility Makes a Move (February 2021)
Mobile devices are getting significant upgrades that will improve point-of-use and enterprise productivity. Advances range from the move to Android systems to a consolidation of form factors while trying out some new ones, and the debut of platforms that make the link to enterprise systems.
COVID-19 may be the tipping point for e-commerce in grocery, permanently changing consumer behavior and shopping habits. In that case, grocers have less time than ever to develop efficient, effective fulfillment capabilities. To make the most of the e-commerce opportunity, grocery retailers will need to adopt in-store processes and technology innovations similar to those already used to pick orders in grocery distribution centers and e-commerce fulfillment centers. Learn More on page 43.
Warehouse Artificial Intelligence: High Expectations, Not Hitting Its Potential – September 16, 2021
Artificial Intelligence is a warehouse game changer, but organizations are struggling to use it optimally, according to market study insights released today from Lucas Systems.
Lucas announced a partnership with Silicon Valley-based Fetch Robotics to enable the next generation of smart warehouses. Through the partnership, Lucas and Fetch will offer tailored solutions to orchestrate and optimize how warehouse workers interact in harmony with Fetch’s autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).