Supply Chains are changing rapidly. Manufacturers and retailers are trying to find ways to respond to faster shipping demands while keeping inventories low. To keep pace, shippers and 3PLs must be nimble and need good data to drive sound decision making that ensures services levels and control costs.
The warehouse has evolved over the years from a place to store boxes to a high technology operation that tracks inventory, provides custom packaging and kitting and manages more than 1 million square-feet of space on any given day. Amy Landers, IT Manager at The Shippers Group, is a big believer in investing in new technologies. “When you add up the costs of something that is usually handled manually and could be handled by automation, it makes a lot of sense,” she says.
The Shippers Group follows fundamental best practices for warehouse security as outlined by the International Warehouse Logistics Association and available at www.IWLA.com.
Focused on quality, procedures and process improvements, The Shippers Group is experiencing strong performance in 2018. In his 18 months of leadership as President, Rob Doyle has introduced several changes centered on initiatives that improve the overall customer experience while increasing revenue and profit for the company. "While we rely on our strong heritage of integrity and hard work as a family owned company, today we are moving The Shippers Group to become an even more proficient supply chain partner," says Rob Doyle.
The Shippers Group President Rob Doyle was recently featured in the excerpt from “Georgia: Pathways to Progress” in Inbound Logistics magazine. On expansion in Georgia, Doyle explains, "The state is booming. Demand for warehouse space has surged in recent months. We've seen a significant increase in demand for our packaging and e-commerce services. We are stepping up every functional area within our company through process improvements, training, and talent acquisition to provide warehousing, packaging, and e-commerce solutions and exceptional service."