Challenge: A global manufacturer was focused on reallocating labor to reduce product damage and costs. Within its dynamic environment, it was crucial to adhere to safety protocols while improving reliability.
As consumers embrace e-commerce more and more, it has created tremendous opportunity for companies to grow their business, while simultaneously putting more pressure on supply chains. Join Melissa O’Keefe, Group Director of Product & Innovation for E-commerce at Ryder, as she unveils how businesses of any size can shift supply chain strategies and excel with e-commerce fulfillment.
Rufus Labs, providers of intelligent wearable warehouse technology and workforce analytics software, and StayLinked, a developer of modern mobile software for legacy supply chain systems, have announced a partnership to improve Rufus Labs' suite of warehouse wearables including the Rufus Cuff Pro, the Rufus Scan2 & Scan2 Pro Wearable Ring/Glove Barcode scanners and the Rufus RADD Tab vehicle/cart Android tablet.
Tompkins Robotics, a provider of autonomous mobile robots, has announced a strategic partnership with GreyOrange, a global software and robotics company, on a new “zero walk” solution which eliminates walking required by human pickers in the distribution center.
The Saddle Creek team in Fort Worth, Texas, partnered with doTERRA to design a highly mechanized fulfillment solution — complete with a robust warehouse management system and state-of-the-art material handling equipment, including automated pick modules, pick-to-light, powered conveyor, parcel sortation and pick bin management.
Rufus Labs, a producer oof intelligent, wearable, warehouse technology and workforce analytics software, today announced the launch of the Rufus RADD Tab, a tablet that can be used throughout the warehouse as well as on warehouse forklifts and vehicles.