Measuring and weighing freight incorrectly wastes money and causes flow-on problems down the supply chain. The Leopard Cube dimensioning system is here to help, says Alex Koumaras, Managing Director of Leopard Systems.
MHD talks with Microlistics’ Archival Garcia about the challenges of e-commerce, and why agile and adaptive WMS solutions are indispensable for business success.
Ultra Commerce, the only enterprise-grade fully integrated eCommerce platform with built in Marketplace plus Order, Product, and Content Management Systems, and Microlistics, a global leader in warehouse management systems, today announced they have partnered to offer an end-to-end eCommerce fulfilment solution designed to maximise inventory availability and optimise order fulfilment speed, accuracy, and efficiency. Read more
MHD talks with Jeffrey Triantafilo and Alwyn Van Zyl of Fuzzy LogX about how virtual simulation of warehousing is changing the intralogistics game. Read more
MHD talks with uTenant’s Kyle Rogers about the evolution of e-commerce, and the new possibilities this brings to omnichannel fulfilment.
With the recent addition of a Warehousing & Distribution arm, Flinders Port Holdings continues to consolidate its presence as a complete port-based logistics provider. MHD talks to Michelle English, Flinders’ Business Development Manager.
As Australia’s largest e-commerce warehousing and order fulfilment provider, eStore Logistics treats every square metre of floor space as a valuable commodity. The Combilift Aisle Master articulated forklift helps lift their inside game through the use of very narrow aisle racking, freeing up critical floor space for robotic automation handling operations.
As businesses are remodelling their supply chains, analyses of warehousing and distribution operations are bringing to light areas for improvement. Archival Garcia, Vice President of Sales at Microlistics, sits down with MHD to discuss where businesses are losing out, and how enhanced visibility is key to success.
The world’s largest temperature-controlled warehousing organisation intends to invest $65 million NZD ($60 million AUD) in a planned expansion of its Woolworths site in Auckland, New Zealand.
A subsidiary company of Toyota Motor Corporation has secured a new warehouse facility for spare parts in western Sydney. Read more