Posted on 26th April 2017
Despite being overloaded with inventory, boxes, and members of staff your warehouse doesn?t have to face the perils of an unorganized mess. Instead, you can make the most of correct storage and proper organisation and improve the efficiency of your business. In doing so we?re sure you?ll see happier employees, improved health and safety, and an enhanced bottom line.
Whilst there are plenty of ways to manage your warehouse, by organizing your stock with pallet racking for example, technology may soon be leading the way for warehouse efficiency as the Industrial Internet of Things becomes more recognized. Let me explain:
Why Implement Efficiency Measures?
Did you know that more than 34 million work days are lost due to workplace related accidents or illness? Six million of these are due to injury at work where the most commonly cited hazards include manual handling leading to injuries such as sprains, strains, back, head, or neck injury and repetitive strain problems.
By improving the general working areas of your warehouse you subsequently improve the conditions in which your staff work. Appropriate organisation of inventory will allow you to cut turnaround times down and in the process improve overall procedures and increase productivity.
Why would you not want to improve the efficiency of your warehouse if you can increase productivity, safety and your bottom line!
If you want to maximise your warehouse space make sure you talk to the experts at Advanced Handling! Give our friendly team a call today on 01388 779111 or please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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