Warehouse Receiving and Sortation
Make the move to an automated and wireless warehouse.
An excellent place to start is by upgrading your inbound handling operations.
Worker productivity is directly related to how your workflow process is carried out. With paper-based, manual or semi-automated processes, personnel are constantly moving from one location to another which can be prohibitive in terms of productivity. Manual processes are also subject to human error – whether it’s translating hard-to-read handwriting mistake or a simple data entry error, you are risking time, money and customer satisfaction.
If your manually-run warehouse receiving and sortation operations are anything like the countless others we have consulted with, you likely have some of the same problems. Pen-and-paper logging can be inaccurate and time consuming. Slow and inaccurate receiving and sortation are a drag on productivity and expenses.
Take control over areas where errors most commonly occur under human labor in receiving and sorting goods by automating the process order fulfillment and shipping and delivery.
Flawless fulfillment means customers are satisfied. Happy customers mean an increase in bottom line results.
Automating warehouse receiving and sortation is relatively simple and easy to implement. It’s cost effective, with a quick return on investment (ROI) and doesn’t disrupt operations as its being adopted. It even adds benefits throughout the supply chain.
Benefits of Automating your Receiving Procedure in the Warehouse:
- Reduce manual processes
- Eliminate data entry errors
- Streamline receiving and sortation
- Reduce labor costs
- Increase ROI
- Improve customer satisfaction
Receiving and Sortation Resources
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