Keep Your Pulse on Hot Issues Affecting Supply Chain Operations

Posted On: 11th Jul, 2018 | Under: Industry Tips | Tagged:
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readingThings are heating up outside, which makes it the perfect time to tackle some hot issues affecting your supply chain operations.

We have compiled useful industry reading to help you stay informed. From pallet recovery and warehousing tips to storage solutions, the following resources deliver it all!  Enjoy…and feel free to forward to anyone who might benefit.

  1. Landfill Avoidance Survey – In this study, municipal and solid waste (MSW) and construction and demolition (C&D) landfill facilities were surveyed to better understand how pallets were being handled at these facilities. Data of this kind had not been collected since 1998.  Continue reading…
  1. Warehousing Mistakes – This article reviews common mistakes in the warehouse that may generate undue supply chain costs and how to take remedial action.
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  1. Lumber Prices – Economist Lynn Michaelis explains several factors contributing to the rising costs in lumber along with a brief update on wages and interest rates affecting the general economy. Continue reading…
  1. Pallet Glossary – Everything you ever wanted to know about pallets or the lingo used to discuss pallet procurement and handling can be found in this reference glossary.
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  1. Storage Solutions – Discover tips to help implement a better storage system in your warehouse or distribution center and the financial gains that come along with it.
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Looking for information on another topic?  We’d be happy to help you locate additional resources; please contact us.  In the meantime, we hope your summer is filled with loads of learning and a lot of fun!

Mia Allen Mia Allen

Mia Angellotti Allen, Vice President and Co-Founder, is a 16-year veteran of the wooden pallet industry. Her career is focused on managing shipping and warehousing projects for Fortune 100 and 500 companies. Currently, Mia leads the sales team in growing and expanding the business and oversees all operational initiatives. Mia holds a Bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University. She is very involved in philanthropy and actively fundraises for The Cancer Support Center in Mokena, Illinois. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, swimming, and spending time with her husband and three children.