The COVID-19 disruption highlighted the importance of the supply chain, as a vital sector for ensuring the uninterrupted delivery of critical goods and global trade during crises, recovery and return to normality. The supply chain sector is currently dealing with not only urgent worries as a result of the pandemic but also longer-term, far-reaching issues. Changes in supply chain design and globalization patterns, new consumption and spending habits, a greater focus on risk assessment, adaptation, resilience-building, and digital transformation, as well as heightened global sustainability and low-carbon agendas, are just a few examples of current topics being discussed as it pertains to global supply chains.Continue reading “Rugged Tablets: Resilient and Reliable Tools for a Post Pandemic Supply Chain”
Radio frequency identification is a set of technologies that allow you to automatically identify objects and capture information about them. Most armies require a great deal of supplies and equipment to function, including food, clothing, equipment, medicines, and so forth. RFID improves supply chain operations by allowing the military to confirm that the proper items were picked up and shipped at the correct time. By uploading information indicating where tags are read, as well as when this occurs, you can achieve visibility into the locations of goods thus reducing lost items or being able to better track delivery times and manage costs.Continue reading “Military Supply Chain Management Moves to the Next Level with Mobile RFID”
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic global trade and supply chains have been affected and many of them coming to a halt due to the conditions across the world. While many facilities have had outbreaks, others simply have not been able to operate due to government restrictions in that country or city, affecting the ability for businesses and consumers to gain access to products.Continue reading “Overcoming Supply Chain Distress Amidst the Pandemic”
Covid-19 issues overwhelmed companies and made a new level of awareness for greater flexibility and innovation in supply chains. All of the tasks that take place in a warehouse have come under review as the world learns to operate in this new normal, tasks such as managing incoming and outgoing packages, maintaining storage facilities, tracking and shipping packages, and managing inventory of supplies for specific clients — COVID-19 has brought on many challenges that require operators and managers to think differently about these daily activities.Continue reading “Rugged Tablets with UHF RFID Readers Aid Warehouse Challenges”
The end of 2019 is here and for the retail, restaurant, and manufacturing industries, that means inventory management taking stock of whats on hand, back in storage, and what needs to be replenished.
The best way to ensure a smooth start to the new year is a healthy inventory.Continue reading “Inventory Management for the New Year Made Easy with Purpose-Built Tablets”