Educated Warehouse Employees Become Stakeholders

| Curt Barry

In order to get warehouse employees to buy into your mission and business goals, management should create a dialog that recognizes them as stakeholders. Here are six areas to address in “continuing education” sessions that can open their eyes to the challenges you face, driving empowerment and creating incentives.

The Real Cost of a Poor-Performing Fulfillment Provider

| Tom Patterson

A strong-performing fulfillment provider can be a valuable partner, while a subpar provider can seriously impact your operations, taking a real toll on your merchant business and your bottom line. Here are some marks of a poor provider to help you avoid the pitfalls, as well as what to look for in a strong provider.

McCombs Supply Sees Success with Shipping Technology

| MCM staff

For appliance parts supplier McCombs Supply Co., finding new ways to ship smarter in the face of swelling ecommerce demand was critical to its success. Learn how the company decreases shipping costs and increased productivity with a shipping technology platform.

9 Due Diligence Best Practices for Warehouse Selection

| Curt Barry

In most markets, warehouse space is in short supply, especially for facilities that are 100,000 square feet and larger. As you look for facilities to lease or buy, an in-depth due diligence process is crucial to your success as new space is a major investment and a long-term commitment.

DHL Expands in North America to Meet Peak Demand

| Mike O'Brien

Looking to make up ground on rivals UPS and FedEx during peak season, DHL is in the midst of an expansion effort that includes hiring 6,000 temporary workers across its four business units in North America, adding flights and piloting robotic and augmented reality technologies.