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How to Streamline Your Warehouse Operations | DTG Carts

Jan 26, 2023
TOPIC: Technology
2 min read
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Supply chain challenges will persist and to tackle them head-on, you need to streamline your warehouse operations. While it may be simple to keep things as they are and maybe even convince yourself it will save money, the old adage of "why fix what’s not broken" can be your business’s undoing. The second a new challenge is presented or even having an old one magnified, your processes can be delayed in the best-case scenario or halted completely in the worst. In a warehouse ecosystem, seconds can have devasting impacts on your bottom line.

large-DTG-Barcoding-Mobile-Cart-Buyers-Guide-v2Our partner, DTG Carts, presented a succinct outline of the basics of warehouse operations management. From going over what those operations entail to the differences between warehouse management and inventory management, you will find great advice to jumpstart your improvement—today.

The Basics of Warehouse Operations

A warehouse has two important operational functions: an inbound function (receiving inventory into storage), and an outbound function (shipping inventory to customers).

  1. Receiving
  2. Put-away
  3. Storage
  4. Order Picking
  5. Order Packing
  6. Shipping

There are also seven strategies on how to optimize your warehousing process. And for those who don’t know the awesome abilities of DTG’s Power Mobile Warehouse Carts, then it’s time to learn more about how they can increase efficiency, eliminate errors, and save costs.

Strategies for Optimizing the Warehouse Management Process

  1. Align workforce supply and workload demand.
  2. Set up a dedicated unloading area.
  3. Use data to improve your storage layout.
  4. Focus on order-picking optimization.
  5. Quality control your order packing process.
  6. Choose a digital warehouse management solution.
  7. Bring software and technology to the point of task.

DTG Carts are customizable, battery-powered mobile workstations that are purpose-built to drive efficiency in every aspect of your warehousing operations—from receiving, putaway, and storage, to picking, packing, and shipping.

The DTG Problem Solver™ warehouse cart brings people and technology to the point of task, empowering your warehouse employees to execute every process in the warehouse with speed and accuracy. As a result, you’ll benefit from:

  • Enhanced Process Efficiency
  • Zero Wasted Steps
  • Reduced Worker Fatigue
  • Fewer Errors
  • Faster Processing
  • Time Savings and Reduced Operational Costs
  • Increased Profitability

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