DCs look to emerging technologies to cope with rising fulfillment pressures
Cutting-edge tech is an increasingly common sight around the warehouse, from robots to drones to wearable devices.
By Ben Ames
About the Author
Ben Ames has spent 20 years as a journalist since starting out as a daily newspaper reporter in Pennsylvania in 1995. From 1999 forward, he has focused on business and technology reporting for a number of trade journals, beginning when he joined Design News and Modern Materials Handling magazines. Ames is author of the trail guide "Hiking Massachusetts" and is a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism.
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