Patterson Logistics has 14 legacy fulfillment centers that fulfill orders for dental and veterinary clinics, handling a daily average of 25,000 on-demand orders. They needed a solution that could grow with their needs and be implemented in all of their facilities, which required direct integration with an SAP extended warehouse management (EWM) system. As a certified SAP solution, Honeywell Voice met Patterson’s diverse requirements without the need for middleware. After the seamless migration to the SAP EWM system, Honeywell Voice replaced Patterson’s previous cumbersome training and picking processes. Watch now to see how their training process went from weeks to just hours — while delivering improvement accuracy and productivity rates.
Supermercados Covirán, the second-largest food distributor in Spain, has been a cooperative of food retailers servicing Spain, Portugal and surrounding areas since 1961. The cooperative needed a solution to help them make the successful transition from primarily a cash-and-carry operating model to distribution. With a logistics partner, the co-op explored more efficient picking support technologies and chose Honeywell Voice and its rugged and ergonomic headsets, microphones and intelligent voice synthesizers. The move enabled its DC workers to enjoy hands-free, eyes-free picking while providing the technology infrastructure to support the company’s new business model.
The aerospace industry relies on meticulous maintenance and inspection processes to ensure flight safety and meet regulatory compliance. Take an inside look at how Honeywell Voice enables voice-directed efficiencies with step-by-step instructions to help technicians maintain process rigor and automate record keeping in the aerospace industry.
Erie St. Claire Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), a provider of home healthcare in Ontario, transforms an inefficient, paper-based purchasing and delivery system with the help of Transform Shared Services Organization (SSO).
Tom French, founder and CEO of Supply Chain Coach, explains the concept of manufacturers owning the cost of fulfilling orders for all of their sales partners — a practice embraced by Lodge Cast Iron. A finalist in the 2019 Supply Chain Innovation Awards competition.
More than $1.7 billion in goods cross the border each day from Mexico into the U.S., with more than 70% traveling by truck. For businesses on both sides of the border, getting goods from point A to B can be a complex, confusing and expensive process.
Job rates are falling across North America after two years of increases, and spot demand — which excludes long-term freight contracts — plummeted 27% through October. Most drivers aren’t expecting business to improve over the next six months.