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The evidence is there for all to see - e-commerce purchases are skyrocketing. It’s been trending for a while actually, but the global pandemic and associated ‘stay at home’ orders, plus restrictions...

Brick-and-mortar retail outlets have been decimated during lockdown and the ensuing chaos has traveled swiftly up the supply chain – especially with the many challenges of bulk-shipped goods entering...

There is no doubt we are re-opening for business to an economy in recession and a very high unemployment rate, but warehouses and distribution centers are certainly ‘waking up’ to the challenges...

What has struck me most about COVID-19 so far is the rapid business response to the crisis. Brands are switching up their game plan and capitalizing on the e-commerce surge by going...

As we transitionally return to work, companies still face the challenge of maintaining social distancing guidelines while preserving business productivity.

These are some challenging times, indeed. A serious viral pandemic sweeping our countries, and all of the challenges arising because of it. First, before we go any further with a blog post about...

I say this because ‘COVID-19’ is without doubt the most fearsome enemy and foe we’ve faced in modern times!

In recent weeks Amazon has refocused its shipping efforts to essential items only (see below), side-lining thousands of sellers who relied on the retail giant to fulfill and ship their orders. 

It’s hard to believe that a few weeks ago none of us had heard of Coronavirus.  Fast forward and its global impact is unprecedented in modern history. 

Warehousing has been around a long time. It is an old profession, with established processes and accepted practices, with human labor at its core.