There is a belief that proactive company can turn a potentially disastrous situation into a market opportunity – of course, with proper forethought and action. The story of Nokia, for example, they bounced back in late 2000 after a fire damaged water inventory at their supplier’s factory, which then affected their production. Nokia’s quick response
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported over 440,000 workers in manufacturing were injured in 2015. This huge number suggested that warehouse can be considered as identical with difficult and heavy tasks that could be dangerous for workers when not done carefully. Owing to this reason, some people might think that it is almost impossible for
With the growing number of warehousing and logistics companies, incorporating robots to reap advantages of speed, efficiency, and increasing profits to remain competitive in market are also increasing. As quoted by Tractica, “Mobile robot platforms, shuttle automated storage and retrieval systems, industrial robotics manipulators, and Gantry robots are all driving market growth.” From day to
According to OSHA, the most common injury caused by warehouse accident is amputation. It is considered as the most serious workplace injuries that often occurs when workers operate unguardedly or inadequately safeguards mechanical power presses such as power press brakes, powered and non-powered conveyors, printing presses, roll-forming and roll-bending machines, food slicers, and many more.
With the surge of investments pouring in from the West has made Asia, the growing economic powerhouse and organisations in the region are looking forward to expand their business. However, with the expansion plans signalled comes the calling for global talent and skill shortage, which has made it difficult for most industries to thrive in