An inside job: Security safeguards to prevent employee theft

An inside job: Security safeguards to prevent employee theft

No warehouse manager wants to believe employees can steal from the company that provides their paycheck. It's an unfortunate reality that costs millions in losses each year and happens every day. With access to product, trust from managers and influence over peers, employees are generally the No. 1 culprit in company thefts.


Top tips on how to handle the 2017 peak shipping season
DC Velocity

The peak holiday shopping season is a make-or-break period for retailers, as consumers rush to stores and websites with gift lists in hand. Many companies make the bulk of their annual revenue in that hectic three- to four-week period from the day after Thanksgiving to Dec. 23, so the stakes are high for retailers, their carriers, and their logistics service providers.

mission statement

Lansdale Warehouse is committed to excellence and customer satisfaction. The Lansdale Warehouse Company provides premier warehouse and distribution services in a safe and secure environment for customers' goods at a reasonable cost. Our "quality management" atmosphere engenders an entrepreneurial attitude that ultimately translates into "100% customer satisfaction through a 'zero defectives' process." Continuous improvement attitudes ensure dependable customer service. Employee participation,...

Materials Handling Innovation (and why it matters)
Modern Materials Handling

Judging by the number of times the word innovation appears in a television commercial, you’d think that every company, in every industry, fancies itself an innovator. From technology to finance, companies are launching new features on cell phones, automobiles, beverages and even mortgages, all under the innovation umbrella.


Is US manufacturing glass half full or half empty?
Supply Chain Digest

What is the state of US manufacturing, a sector President Trump has promised to revitalize? It depends on how you look at the numbers. It is indisputable that the U.S. has lost millions of manufacturing jobs.

Amazon breaks records by breaking rules
By Danielle Manley

Amazon must have channeled the famous inventor because the company threw the rules out the window years ago. They ventured into uncharted territories without looking back and challenged the standard way of doing business in the retail industry.

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