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Smart Integration of Automation: Using a WES to Incorporate New Technologies in Fulfillment Centers

The supply chain is still dramatically changing and tight labor markets and increasing fulfillment speed requirements are pushing warehouse operators to explore new automation technologies. However, retailers can’t just handpick automation solutions and drop them into the distribution center. Learn how to implement automation technologies that are redefining the warehouse and helping retailers overcome labor challenges.

Top 3 Investments to Optimize Mobile Technology in the Supply Chain

Nothing is more impactful to your employees’ daily tasks than mobile technology such as rugged devices and scanners. Learn how to use them to greater benefit in your warehouse/supply chain operations.

The addition of DAI expands Dematic’s intralogistics software offerings and support for the movement, storage and distribution of goods throughout the supply chain.

The discount retailer is adding more than 8,000 jobs across its stores and distribution centers. In addition, it is investing in high-level IT talent across the organization. See where it plans to expand its staff.

The new handheld computers are live across the retailer’s stores and distribution centers and have helped cut operational costs while simultaneously improving customer satisfaction. Get all the details on the next-gen devices.

Nordstrom is utilizing a robotic solution to fulfill its west coast beauty orders. See a video of the tech and find out how autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) are helping the retailer gain shorter delivery times, improved in-store stock positions, and an enhanced customer experience.

Microfulfillment is taking the grocery industry by storm, and Albertsons is doubling down on its commitment to the small-scale, fulfillment centers. Learn the details of the grocer’s plan to scale the solution.

The online giant has announced plans to build a one-million-square-foot fulfillment center and onboard 500 new full-time workers. See where Amazon is planning to break ground.

The 450,000 square foot, tech-filled distribution center will act as the main facility fulfilling Walmart Canada's online orders. Learn all about the new mega DC.

The department store retailer is moving to modernize its approach to its supply chain facilities, expanding its work with two tech companies from its San Jose, CA, distribution center to its new facility in Torrance, CA. Find out how it is using technologies to store and sort product more efficiently.

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