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Warehouse ‘Just in Case’ Safety Stock: Balancing Inventory Levels vs. Risk

  There are many risks you need to factor into your supply chain strategy. Safety stock has always played a vital role in protecting your organization. Whenever there is an increase in demand or a delay from your supplier, safety stock ensures your business continuality and customer satisfaction. With the advent of COVID-19 many organizations…

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Transform Your Supply Chain Operations With Visual Logistics

Visual Logistics is one of the technologies that supports your warehouse foundation and makes it much easier to be flexible, scalable and innovative. Just imagine if you were developing a new customized packaging program for just one sector of your customers. The benefit of implementing this program most likely would be a competitive advantage for your organization. However, the challenge would be embedding a new process into the warehouse picking process. How do you ensure every order gets picked and packaged in the correct way without slowing the pickers down to a crawl?

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Three Essential Ingredients to Transform Your Supply Chain

At Tecsys, we’re passionate about helping companies discover their greatness. If you are on the journey of trying to achieve operational greatness in your supply chain, here are three essential ingredients you need to have.

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2018 MHI Annual conference ‘Last Mile’ panel session review

On October 16 2018 I had the good fortune to represent Tecsys on a panel session “Smart cities and the last 50 feet” at the 2018 MHI annual conference. The panel was an hour of discussion around the topic of changes in last mile logistics technologies and how they will impact industry over the coming five years and I have to say it was a lot of fun and really educational.

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How Distributors are Solving the “Last Mile” Transportation Problem — a Real-world Example from a Market Leader

Increasingly we are seeing distributors being pinched between spiraling shipping costs and rising customer expectations. Orders are getting smaller and customers are demanding faster and faster delivery methods, all without expecting to pay anything extra to cover the additional costs of the shipping.

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Are YOU a Distributor Becoming a Courier?

Not that long ago, distribution networks happily and conveniently operated through strategically-placed distribution centers, delivering, say, a pallet a month through LTL (less-than-truckload) carriers. Things might have seemed complex at the time, but there was no real thought about what could possibly happen next.

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