May 11, 2015
dcv infographic | 12th Annual Metrics Study

Infographic: A DC Benchmarking Roadmap

The results of our 12th annual study of DC metrics are in. Here's how to use the data to evaluate your own facility's performance.

By Joseph Tillman, Karl B. Manrodt, Donnie Williams and Martha Spizziri

The results of our 12th annual DC metrics survey, conducted with the Warehousing Education and Research Council, TSquared Logistics, and Georgia College and State University, are now available at The survey report includes benchmarking data from more than 450 companies. Wondering where that data can take you? Here's a roadmap.

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About the Authors

Joseph Tillman
Joseph Tillman is the founder of TSquared Logistics.

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Karl B. Manrodt
Karl Manrodt is a professor of logistics and supply chain management at Georgia College.

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Donnie Williams
Donnie Williams is an assistant professor at Georgia College and State University.

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Martha Spizziri
Managing Editor - Digital
Martha Spizziri has been a writer and editor for more than 30 years. She spent 11 years at Logistics Management and was web editor at Modern Materials Handling magazine for five years, starting with the website's launch in 1996. She has long experience in developing and managing Web-based products.

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