What is Fleet Management?

March 14, 2019

Being a fleet manager requires you to wear numerous hats to maintain a healthy fleet. We created this helpful infographic to explain the eight areas of fleet management and what each of them entails.

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Weber Distribution LLC

1961 Weber makes its first high profile acquisition by purchasing 35 additional trucks for its transportation fleet. 1964 The company is acquired by Nick Weber, founder Karl Weber's son, who had been the firm's Vice President and General Manager since 1961. 1967 The corporation name is formally changed to Weber Truck and Warehouse. 1968 Weber acquires A and A Transfer and Storage Inc., of Maywood, California, whose operations had consisted of hauling store fixtures from Los Angeles throughout California and to Arizona, Nevada, and new Mexico. Weber operated its family business from its original location for over 40 years before relocating south of Los Angeles and starting on an expansion that, for the first time, brought Weber national recognition as the premier West Coast logistics provider. 1969 Weber Truck and Warehouse moves to a new 76,000 square foot warehouse in Vernon, California, the Industrial Center of Los Angeles, to establish corporate and operational headquarters. 1970 Ex

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Keys to change management in supply management

Infographic | March 9, 2020

Both internal and external factors have accelerated change in supply chains, and as a result, many supply chain organizations are undergoing a digital transformation. 83% of supply chain organizations have technology environments that are evolving to meet customer and business needs. With transformation comes additional employee responsibilities and changes to how they work. Organizations must manage change carefully to ensure it is embraced at all levels.

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TOP ISSUES FACING 3PL'S AND COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSES

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Power consumption: Energy cost have increased 33% over the past decade. Consumption rose from 5.25 c/KWH to over 7.01 c/KWH this accounting for nearly 15 percent of the facilities operating cost. Next to energy, labor costs are the second largest concern for a 3PL warehouse. The demand for skilled labor is at an all time high with manufactures, repack operators and other warehouses and retailers all competing for the same worker.

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Infographic | March 23, 2020

from complex emergencies to sudden onset responses, recent cooperative studies tri HELP Logistics, Kuehne Logistics University. Action Contre la Faim France, Global Logistics Cluster, If RC, Save the Childern International and INICEF, show just how important preparedness action can be across die humanitarian supply chain.

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Warehouse safety: The dangers of modern warehouses and how to prevent them

Infographic | January 10, 2020

In order to appropriately hands any accident that many happen, make sure all employees know how to Respond to accidents and understand company procedures. Report accidents to a super. Locate fire extinguishers. Locate MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets, and chemical spill cleanup kits.

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How to Manage Your Supply Chain

Infographic | December 11, 2019

Effective produce software integrates seamlessly with your shopfloor systems to offer complete product movement visibility from farm to fork. Here's how streamlined operations should look throughout the supply chain process. Fenn Label/Package Record harvest Print PTI dates and compliant locations for GSI and GTIN each item barcodes

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Warehouse Safety

Infographic | February 21, 2020

Health and Safety is a major concern for the Supply Chain & Logistics industries, where hazards and workplace accident risk are significant. We’ve gathered some stats from Safe Work Australia to illustrate the above, as well as recommendations on how to run a safe warehouse:

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Weber Distribution LLC

1961 Weber makes its first high profile acquisition by purchasing 35 additional trucks for its transportation fleet. 1964 The company is acquired by Nick Weber, founder Karl Weber's son, who had been the firm's Vice President and General Manager since 1961. 1967 The corporation name is formally changed to Weber Truck and Warehouse. 1968 Weber acquires A and A Transfer and Storage Inc., of Maywood, California, whose operations had consisted of hauling store fixtures from Los Angeles throughout California and to Arizona, Nevada, and new Mexico. Weber operated its family business from its original location for over 40 years before relocating south of Los Angeles and starting on an expansion that, for the first time, brought Weber national recognition as the premier West Coast logistics provider. 1969 Weber Truck and Warehouse moves to a new 76,000 square foot warehouse in Vernon, California, the Industrial Center of Los Angeles, to establish corporate and operational headquarters. 1970 Ex

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