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WMS helps gauge maker handle DC performance pressures
Engineered Specialty Products Inc. used data from the Latitude WMS to tie pay to performance and drive labor improvements.
Warburg Pincus buys minority stake in Softeon
Supply chain software vendor will use private equity funds to grow European presence, develop platform for "autonomous WMS operations."
Study: Challenges ahead for warehouse automation market
Researcher points to double-digit growth in warehouse automation this year and next, with headwinds expected in 2021.
Seeing is believing
Pick-by-vision project speeds up case-handling and cart-picking processes at supply chain solutions provider Arvato's DC.
Global WMS market to reach $5 billion
E-commerce explosion will drive 14 percent growth rate in spending, create 57,000 new warehouses globally by 2025, study shows.
Mobility, partial automation dominate in the warehouse
By 2024, six out of 10 companies will use warehouse automation to enhance the human element, not replace it, Zebra Technologies study shows.
Port Logistics Group acquires e-com software specialist Whiplash
Move lets 3PL balance direct-to-consumer fulfillment with retail and wholesale operations in a single DC, firm says.
Flowspace raises $12 million in funding
Logistics start-up will advance its cloud software platform, expand its network and accelerate growth with new funding round, company says.
Collaborating to improve productivity
Medical apparel maker Healing Hands Scrubs meets growth demands with "Chuck," a collaborative robot.
The SELF19 conference opens in Las Vegas
This year's SDI-sponsored event brings together users and suppliers to discuss distribution center design in the face of changing customer demands.

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