Honeywell unveils vehicle-mount computer, 2-D scanner
Honeywell has introduced Thor VM2, its 10th-generation vehicle-mount computer.
Reddwerks launches 4th-generation WMS/WCS
Reddwerks Corp. has issued the fourth generation of its warehouse software, Reddwerks 4.0.
Tecsys debuts new purchasing solution
Supply chain management software provider Tecsys Inc. has released a requisition management system (RMS).
Software exec: Expect to see more "advance order pool modeling"
One of the key trends in distribution management's future will be "advance order pool modeling," says Eric Lamphier, a senior director of project management at software vendor Manhattan Associates.
Duosys AS/RS runs two cranes in same aisle
Two cranes streak back and forth down the same aisle, swooping up to pick up a box from a high storage location before speeding away again.
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Fox's Varney sounds the alarm
News anchor contends that global demographic trends will have a lasting impact on economy, society.
Chiquita's "undercover boss": supply chain experience inspired companywide changes
Chairman and CEO Fernando Aguirre's experience on the hit TV show "Undercover Boss" reinforced his beliefs about leadership and the importance of people to his company's success.
"Talent crisis" panel addresses employee development
Executive recruiters, supply chain executives, and an academic researcher offered practical advice for finding, developing, and retaining supply chain talent.
Work from the same page
Two companies detail how they are using data tools to develop a common basis for decision making.
Rough waters ahead
Budget considerations are leading the U.S. Navy to seek efficiencies and improve logistics processes.
Datalogic Mobile unveils rugged mobile computer
The Falcon X3 is available in both handheld and pistol-grip versions.
Daifuku announces new holding company
Daifuku Webb Holding Co. to oversee Jervis B. Webb Co. and Daifuku America Corp.
ProMat gets started in Chicago
Thousands turn out for the largest material handling show in North America.
Toyota Material Handling chief sees brighter outlook
Lift truck sales, rental fleet utilization are up, according to dealer network.
Dematic offers split-case goods-to-person system
RapidPick enables pick rates up to 1,000 items per hour.
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Panama aims to become a crossroads of global trade
The Panama Canal expansion will make Panama the hub of cargo movements in the Western Hemisphere, canal official predicts.
Haggar's slimmed-down supply chain produces results
Slashing its supplier base helped Haggar Clothing Co. better control costs and boost forecast accuracy.
Easy days past for shippers, IP executive says
The era of abundant capacity and cheap rates in the domestic trucking market is coming to an end, warns International Paper exec.
Third-party logistics companies get more involved in packaging
More manufacturers are asking 3PLs for help with special packaging for product promotions.
Automation in the warehouse can improve delivery at the store
Pepsi Bottling Group discovered that the benefits of automating your warehouse don't have to stop at the dock door.
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How do the nation's DCs measure up?
Study shows warehousing performance improved in 2009.
Captured on video: bad warehouse practices
DC Velocity blogger interviews WERC attendees about worst practices.
WERC keynote presentation: Help your company tell its story
Companies now compete not just on speed, quality, and price but also on having an appealing narrative, says thought leader.
Starbucks' supply chain finds success through simplicity
To combat rising costs, falling profits, coffee retailer focuses on execution, operations.
How to make a better team
WERC presentation details how teams differ from other groups in the workplace.