How to Organize a Warehouse


A worker operating a stand up forklift in a warehouse

When it comes to the efficiency of your warehouse, organization is the name of the game. Poor organization makes finding inventory more difficult and time-taking. It poses safety risks and creates challenging navigation. Ultimately, poor organization hampers productivity, stopping you from reaching your full potential as a light industrial manufacturer. Create a culture that centers… Read more »

Four Steps to A Clean Warehouse


Two warehouse employees working in a warehouse

Benefits of a Clean Warehouse  Certainly, cleanliness and organization are good things to maintain all year long. Proper sanitization prevents the build-up of bacteria, mold, and mildew. It protects your inventory (dirty environments jeopardize consumable, raw, and perishable goods) and your employees from getting sick. In addition, a clean and orderly workplace promotes: Safety Increased… Read more »

Everything You Need to Know About Forklift Certifications


Two employees and a forklift in a warehouse

Under rules laid out by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), formal training and certification are required before operating a powered forklift, man lift, pallet jack, order picker, or similar vehicle. Available to any person at least 18 years of age, a forklift operator’s license confirms that the operator has undergone OSHA-compliant training on… Read more »