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Planning a new DC in a narrow footprint
With a wide array of styles, sizes, and widths, shoes can be surprisingly challenging from a distribution perspective. Clarks solved the problem by rebooting its entire DC operation with high-speed automated equipment—all in a 450,000-square-foot area.
ID Label Introduces Three New Labeling Solutions that Support Flexible Warehouse Inventory Tracking and Management
Designed to efficiently manage and track products, the new barcode labeling solutions allow for easy removal and repositioning of labels on racks, shelves, and totes.
Batteries and chargers: something new under the sun
Two product categories that haven't changed much in the last 10 years—batteries and chargers for lift trucks and mobile devices—are undergoing a transformation.
Pasta palletizing perfection
At Italpasta, an automated palletizing system makes stacking oodles of noodles easy.
Vital signs
Proper signage and informational labeling can go a long way toward promoting workplace safety. Here's what you need to know.
Creative problem solving on display at Modex 2014
Atlanta trade show showcases products that are unusual, creative, and just plain interesting.
What to think about when you think about printing
DCs have a head-spinning array of choices when it comes to printing and labeling systems. Here are some tips for picking the right device for your operation.
Floor marking best-practices guide shows how to improve safety, efficiency
Free publication from Graphics Products gives the lowdown on floor marking.
MHI bestows first-ever ProMat Innovation Awards
Companies recognized for best new product and best existing product at biennial material handling show.
Printers on the go
In an era of sleek consumer devices, a mobile printer that's heavy, clunky, or slow will be a hard sell. Here's what manufacturers are doing to keep up with customer expectations.

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