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NSC Safety Congress & Expo is Back – With an Emphasis on Safety

September 1, 2021

The world’s largest annual safety, health and environmental event – the NSC Safety Congress & Expo – is up ahead, with Professional Development Seminars taking place Oct. 8-10 and 13-14, and the Congress & Expo Oct. 11-13. Thousands of professionals and exhibitors from around the world will flock to the Orange County Convention Center in…

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Resilience For Tomorrow: How to Future-Proof Your Warehouse Operations

August 10, 2021

By: Derek Rickard, Contributor Warehouses and distribution centers are no stranger to fluctuations in consumer demand and business needs. After all, nearly every industry experiences seasonal peaks when order volumes skyrocket and facilities must scale up their workforce to keep products flowing out the door. Yet the events of the past year have highlighted just…

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Gain More Layout Flexibility with the New Tight Turning Radius Option for Dorner’s FlexMove Helix Conveyors

June 18, 2021

Dorner’s FlexMove® Helix Conveyors have always been known for tight turns and a small footprint. Now, those turns have gotten even tighter. The new tight turning radius option on FlexMove Helix Conveyors allows for compact turns with a diameter of spiral measuring 1,000 millimeters (39.4 inches) at centerline. The advantage this new tight turning radius option brings to…

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Product Damage: Carrier Issue or Packaging Issue?

March 17, 2021

By Dustin Smith, Contributor We recently had a customer that requested our expert opinion on why a product they shipped became damaged. Was the damage because of carrier handling or that the packaging was not designed to survive the carrier’s supply chain? It was an interesting question that we have seen previously with other customers.…

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Maximize Dumpster Efficiency, Minimize Waste Disposal Costs

February 13, 2020

By Stefan Nielsen, Contributor Every year, companies spend huge sums of money just to get rid of trash. Most companies deal with waste by contracting a waste-hauling company. In many cases, the waste hauler provides large open top containers/dumpsters in which to collect the trash. They drop off an empty dumpster at the customer’s premises;…

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Beyond Gloves: Seven Things to Do to Keep Your Hands Safe at Work

February 11, 2020

By Nikolas Jakubinek, Contributor This article originally appeared on Safeopedia.com. It has been republished here with permission. Your hands are used in just about every facet of your work and daily life. But they’re also one of the most exposed and vulnerable parts of your body. Whether you spend all day writing reports and e-mails,…

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Casella Unveils New VAPex Pump

May 21, 2019

Casella, a leading provider of air sampling, noise and vibration monitoring solutions, announced today its new VAPex, an advanced and lightweight low flow pump. The elite low flow pump is the ideal solution for seamless reporting on employee levels of chemical exposure, resulting in significant timesavings for occupational hygienists. The International Labour Organization (ILO) estimates…

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Finding Your Space

May 8, 2019

Paul Mihelich, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Wildeck Warehouses and distribution centers across the country are seeing a dramatic increase in the amount of product flowing through their facilities. Due in large part to a robust e-commerce market, facilities affected by this surge in product demand are struggling to find the space to…

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Loading Docks: Thoroughly Modern, Safer

April 12, 2019

Barbara T. Nessinger, Chief Editor Despite the almost ubiquitous presence of cutting-edge robotics, AS/RS systems, AGVs and Warehouse Management Systems that enable warehouses to handle the industry’s rapidly changing landscape, many loading dock operations still use manual labor and are “so last century” with regard to technologies and practices. However, that is starting to change…

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AGVs for Efficiency and Innovation

January 7, 2019

Debra Schug, Contributing Writer While the thought of autonomous cars dominating roadways still amazes the general public, automated guided vehicles (AGV) have been used by businesses for decades. The newest models of AGVs have come a long way since their rudimentary introduction as essentially a tow truck following a wire on a floor performing very…

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