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Driver shortage: What warehouse managers should do
By Ken Ackerman
For more than two years now, we have seen a growing discussion about the driver shortage problem, but relatively little about solutions. Most of the issues are motor carrier issues, and unless your company is involved in both trucking and warehousing, there is little you can do about these.


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NEWS FROM THE INDUSTRY


Manufacturing Day builds futures for many
Modern Materials Handling (commentary)
In October, thousands of manufacturers, colleges and trade schools across the country will celebrate Manufacturing Day by opening their doors and inviting young people to experience modern manufacturing. The annual national event, executed at the local level, is designed to dispel the prevalent misconceptions about our industry and also address the serious skilled labor gap that now exists.

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Improving global freight process management
Talking Logistics
Many companies operating in the U.S. have achieved an inclusive look into their transportation spend, but, unfortunately, many companies that do business on a global level have struggled to achieve full freight process management. There are many reasons for this — including a multitude of additional service providers, currency and language conversions, import and export compliance restrictions, a lack of supply chain data and the confusing nature of working with and managing disparate technology systems across various global locations.

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  Unions pose a continuing threat to warehouses
By Ken Ackerman
The inauguration of Barack Obama in 2009 gave the U.S. its most union-friendly president since Harry Truman left the White House nearly 60 years ago. This has led to a boost in union activity throughout the country.


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WAREHOUSE TIP OF THE MONTH


  5 tips for a successful warehouse
Business 2 Community
Consumerism drives the American economy. Many people even choose shopping as a favorite leisure time activity. However, many times we do not think about where those products come from, or how they get there. Almost all products at some point are stored in a warehouse or go through one on their way to market.


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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, honest communication and a clearly defined understanding of our customers' needs support our successful process.





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