2019 Top 5 Trends of Enterprise Labeling
This year’s sixth annual Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling report outlines significant shifts in labeling that are impacting businesses and global supply chains at an unprecedented level.
Warehouse in the News5 Best Practices for Effective Labor Management in the Warehouse/DC 3 Best Practices to Scale Labeling Globally CBRE report presents a bright future for cold storage warehouse growth Is there an answer to the labor shortage? Warehouse Execution Systems (WES) Evolves Beyond “inside the four walls” More Warehouse News
Supply chains and the solutions used for managing them have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. Globalization and digital technologies are changing business, especially as companies look to accelerate growth and expand into new markets. To do this, companies must create efficiencies in their supply chain and be able to address complex and everchanging supply chain dynamics. This includes creating efficiencies in labeling with comprehensive Enterprise Labeling Solutions to optimize supply chain activities.
This is why, in order to establish a competitive advantage in their markets, companies must be aware of how labeling trends impact their organizations and supply chains, now and in the future. So, to get a clear picture on the changes taking place in the ever-evolving labeling space, Loftware conducts an annual survey on the impact of labeling on today’s global supply chain.
This year’s sixth annual outlines significant shifts in labeling that are impacting businesses and global supply chains at an unprecedented level. For our 2019 report, Loftware polled nearly 1,000 professionals from organizations across all major industries and 55 countries to gather insights into the major trends in Enterprise Labeling for 2019.
Subscribe to Logistics Management Magazine!Subscribe today. It's FREE!
Get timely insider information that you can use to better manage your entire logistics operation.
Warehouse Execution Systems (WES) Evolves Beyond “inside the four walls” Got labor? How supply chain companies are recruiting talent during a labor crunch View More From this Issue