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Have you ever needed to rent pallets, but been unable to find the right size or quantity in time? Thanks to modern technology, that’s no longer an issue.

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In business, gathering data and attempting to maximise time efficiency is analogous to budgeting in your daily lives.

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18 Feb, 2023

Tech-enabled Pallet Pooling

Have you ever needed to rent pallets, but been unable to find the right size or quantity in time?

Thanks to modern technology, that’s no longer an issue. Now, with mobile apps, you can easily rent the pallets you need quickly and conveniently. In this blog post, we’ll explore the advantages of renting pallets via mobile app and how it can benefit your business.

By pooling resources and using mobile technology, companies can increase the speed and accuracy of their supply chain operations. This technology can be used to connect suppliers, buyers, and warehouses to create a seamless and efficient supply chain.

Using mobile app technology for pooling will allow companies to quickly and accurately track inventory, shipments, and other supply chain operations. This technology helps to reduce the time and cost associated with managing the supply chain.

Companies can also use apps to monitor the performance of their supply chain operations. This allows companies to identify potential problems and take corrective action quickly. This can in turn help to improve customer service by providing customers with real-time updates on their orders and ensuring that they receive their products in a timely manner. This can help to increase customer satisfaction and loyalty.

Mobile Apps can be a new way to rent pallets. With a simple mobile app, you can order and pay for your pallets online, and then have them delivered to your warehouse gates. This is a great option for those who need pallets but don't want to deal with the hassle of picking them up and dropping them off.

Imagine a mobile application that allows users to find and rent pallets in their area. This would be a perfect solution for those who are looking for an easy and convenient way to find and rent pallets.

With the App, there is no need to worry about where to find pallets or how to transport them, as the app takes care of everything for you. It would be a convenient way to get the pallets you need without having to go through a lot of hassle.

Additionally, it is also a cost-effective option as you can save on transportation and storage costs. In terms of convenience, this would allow you to rent pallets from anywhere in India. All you need is an internet connection and you can browse through the available options and choose the one that suits your needs.

The app also can also offer a wide range of payment options so you can make the payment in a way that is most convenient for you.

Overall, the mobile app makes renting pallets easier than ever. It provides an easy way to find the right pallet for your needs and quickly place orders. With its convenient payment options and order tracking, it is an invaluable tool for anyone looking to rent pallets.

15 Feb, 2023

The Benefits of Using Warehouse Device Data to Improve Workflow

In business, gathering data and attempting to maximise time efficiency is analogous to
budgeting in your daily lives. The idea is to reduce time on the sales floor by tackling repetitive
and important operations.

For instance, the barcode scanner. Several scanners are quicker than others, and even a one-second variation in scan time can have a significant influence on efficiency.

If a worker scans 1,000 times each day and there are 1,000 workers in a warehouse, they save a million seconds a day, or a time of nearly 12 days. It is safe to believe that human workers contribute most of the value added on the sales floor, and contrary to the common perception that will substantially reduce with automation, humans will stay at the centre of production, logistics, and the supply chain for the near future.

This ecosystem cannot exist in the absence of a human-centric starting point. As a result, increasing the functions associated with data tracking aids in maximising output.

For example, by linking all scanners to the IoT devices, time is saved by lowering the distance a
worker has to move around the warehouse. Furthermore, tracking measures completed by workers as a collective benefit (for example,
overall time saved and enhanced productivity) can be acquired via wearables to enhance
workflow efficiency. 

They can also spot flaws in day-to-day processes that were previously undiscovered. Like with the personal expenditure scenario, the savings can be astounding until you start adding up numerous little sums and multiplying them company-wide.
Companies that apply the right warehouse technology can achieve greater efficiencies.

As per a German study, warehouse transit time amounts to an average of 40% of overall
picking time. This includes the worker's travel to and from the pickup point, and also the time
spent at the site itself. Scanners connected to the Internet of Things would be able to collect this data, which artificial intelligence will be able to analyse for improvements. Is there a better way or a better order in which products can be collected?

Such variables can be determined using programmes. Sometimes the most dangerous
condition is one that goes unnoticed. Identifying those blind spots via data collection and
analysis can be a major game-changer. On the other hand, by enhancing efficiency through newer technologies, positive compounding effects can occur throughout the supply chain.

The time saved by the employees may be used to enhance efficiency and invent technologies that will save even more time down the road. Companies could make better judgments if they can find and invest in technology that delivers process analytics throughout the warehouse.

It has the potential to increase productivity and safety while also laying the groundwork for the creation of a human digital
twin, in which employees are linked to a growing IoT and contribute information to enhance efficiency.

It all begins with placing the worker first.

Beginning its operations in 2013, LEAP India has created a significant pan-India presence and are one of the leaders in the supply chain pooling space in India.

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