How To Utilize Every Inch of Your Warehouse

Size isn’t everything.

We’ve all heard the saying before (in one way or another)...

And it rings true in this case, where you can easily get more out of less by increasing the space and efficiency of your warehouse (without expanding your current space or moving).

If you are struggling with your current warehouse space, but don’t want to shell out the cash to relocate - you’re in luck.

We’ve got some effective steps and actions to take to increase your warehouse space without breaking the bank.

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7 Tips to Maximize Warehouse Space and Efficiency

Warehouses used to be less than 10,000 square feet. 

But demand and industry standards now require bigger facilities to compete in the market, meaning additional time spent innovating is the only way to stay afloat.

Current statistics show that only 37% of warehouses are less than 25,00 square feet, and 64% of U.S. warehouses are larger than 25,000 square feet in size. Having an unorganized and inefficient warehouse is not an option in such a competitive market as it can lead to lost inventory, injuries, lower profit margins and more.

The constantly increasing size and demand for warehouse space means more direct competition in the industry, meaning that warehouse efficiency must adapt to higher standards or get left in the dust.

Following and embracing these 7 tips will help you to further maximize, optimize, and greatly improve your warehouse space and efficiency.

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3 Simple Warehouse Efficiency Tips

Running a top-notch warehouse isn't brain surgery.

But there are a few things to keep in mind that can come back to haunt you if not prepared.

Here are 3 tips to get started.

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How Do Driverless Trucks Impact Warehouses?

The talent shortage is one of the controversial topics going around the material handling industry. 

That's the distance truck drivers cover when they ship from New York to L.A. These places are so far apart that it takes people days on the road before they can reach their destination.

Of course, several things come to play during a shipment.

More often than not, they include money going off to the employees that make sure that all the valuables are intact, as well as the gas consumed. Apparently, warehouse owners shed out around $4,500 these days for every delivery from coast to coast.

Is that too much? Is there a better way?

Driverless cars might be one option.

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4 Simple, Yet Effective Ways to Cut Warehouse Costs

In an ideal world, warehouse products can be stored and organized safely so that you can make distributions in the most efficient manner possible.

But that's not always easy. Especially when timelines are tight and products are flying in-and-out.

Here's how to keep things moving while keeping costs in line too.

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How Do Driverless Cars Impact Warehouses?

3,000 miles. 

That's the distance truck drivers cover when they ship from New York to L.A. These places are so far apart that it takes people days on the road before they can reach their destination.

Of course, several things come to play during a shipment.

More often than not, they include money going off to the employees that make sure that all the valuables are intact, as well as the gas consumed. Apparently, warehouse owners shed out around $4,500 these days for every delivery from coast to coast.

Is that too much? Is there a better way?

Driverless cars might be one option.

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How to Pick the Perfect Pallet Rack for Your Warehouse

As long as you know exactly what you need, an inventory search can help you determine a racking system’s price and availability.

However, if you know what you’ll be managing and storing, but are uncertain of how to get it done using the proper racking setup, keep reading, because this article will show you how. 

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How to Search Our Warehouse Product Inventory

One of the largest characteristics of our new website redesign is the real-time product inventory search.

A little over a year ago, we completely overhauled our own inventory system, so that we could know exactly what we have on hand at any specified time. 

We decided to bring that technology to the forefront, via our website, to give you the same perspective into our system.

 We understand merchandise availability is one of your top concerns when attempting to deliver a warehouse job in time. 

Now you can search our website for products, figure out what we have, observe pricing estimates, and even submit your order to us, so we can provide you with a formal estimate.

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Real-Time Technology Can Modernize Your Warehouse

A growing warehouse with orders coming in and out is great - as long as it is manageable. 

Here's how to use real-time technology to keep your warehouse running.

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How to Permanently Avoid Warehouse Material Delays

You don't have time to guess when timelines are tight. You need to know what is available, at what cost, and how soon it can get to your job.

If the inventory is not available, it can delay a job for as long as eight weeks just to reorder what you need. This doesn’t account for shipping and assembly times. A delay like that can destroy your budget, timeline and ultimately, kill a project.

The good news is that you can prevent these problems before they occur.

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