Sick of Christmas? So is everyone else, which makes this exactly the right time to buy holiday supplies for next year. The lack of sentimentality you're feeling will also help you make logical choices (maybe the tree should be ever so slightly smaller than your living room's ceiling) and not overspend on clutter. Those snowman figurines might have seemed irresistible in November, but in January, they're just another reminder that the bleak winter still hasn't passed.
You come home after a long day at work, grab the mail, take off your coat - but before you can utter the words "Home, sweet home," you catch a whiff of something not-so-fresh in the kitchen.
You don't have any leftovers festering in the fridge. You took out the trash. So what could it be?
No matter how well your warehouse is running, you can always find ways to improve efficiency. By taking a close look at how your warehouse is organized and how your employees work, you can find ways to shave off time and save cents that, over time, add up to true savings. The following suggestions point you toward ways you can improve your warehouse organization and efficiency.