Shaving Time Off of Warehousing Operations

Shaving Time Off of Warehousing Operations

Today in e-commerce, customers expect a shorter turnaround time after they buy, and most are accustomed to and want free shipping. Shorter order processing time is key in making that work, and Deutsche Post DHL Group is using everything from helper robots to routing apps of a sort to cut down the time it takes to pack a shipment at the warehouse.

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Holiday fraud prevention: Seven tips from the pros
Chain Store Age

Is anyone ever really ready for the holidays? It's hard enough to keep up as a shopper, but if you also work in e-commerce fraud prevention, you know you're guaranteed a crazy ride. To help retailers navigate the seasonal rush, we crowdsourced some expert strategies from fraud and risk experts who've already logged a few seasons in the holiday trenches.

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83% of companies are missing opportunity in digital procurement
Gigabit

According to a new study, 83% of companies are failing to take full advantage of the potential of digital procurement. The study surveyed a total of 168 companies of all different sizes across a variety of industries, evaluating their current digital procurement strategies.

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Robot makers fill their war chests in fight against Amazon
Industry Week

Warehouses are more plentiful than ever, as retailers and logistics companies scramble to add more space in more places — and retailers must get as close to their customers as possible.

Warehouse sizes have doubled since 2000
D Magazine

Compared to the last development boom, warehouses around the U.S. have doubled in size since the early 2000s. And in Dallas-Fort Worth, the metro with the second highest new construction in the country, the 82.8 million square feet of warehouse space built since 2012 skews toward buildings larger than 250,000 square feet.

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