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Thursday, July 19, 2018

WERC Webinar: Reposition Your Warehousing Experience

01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

WERC Webinar: Reposition Your Warehousing Experience: Capitalize on Slotting Best Practices

Reposition Your Warehousing Experience:
Capatlize on Slotting Best Practices
Thursday, July 19, 2018
2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT / 11:00 AM PT

Warehousing operations are continuously evolving as needs and the ways people purchase and utilize products change. In these dynamic environments—where e-commerce is becoming a standard, SKU proliferation is running rampant and automation is being readily adopted—addressing intricate slotting initiatives to achieve operational goals can be challenging, but worthwhile.


During this 30-minute webinar, slotting guru Landon Davies will walk you through the benefits of slotting—particularly for fast-moving operations—as well as the best practices to follow when establishing the goals, rules and constraints of this process. And, because slotting is never a "one and done" activity, he’ll explain four key slotting maintenance functions to help support your efforts.


Ideal for supply chain and warehousing pros seeking to learn techniques for successful implementation and upkeep of slotting strategies (and the associated benefits of undertaking such an initiative), participants will take away methods for daily, weekly and monthly slotting activities. By the end of this session, you’ll be armed with a collection of slotting best practices.


Join us as we dive into the slotting techniques that improve your warehousing experience and produce substantial benefit through maximized picker productivity, controlled replenishment, increased space utilization, and minimized product damage.

Presented by Landon Davies, Vice President, Optricity

Landon Davies, Optricity’s Vice President, has a rich and diverse logistics background, having previously worked around the world implementing lean practices for customers ranging from automotive manufacturing to retail distribution. Through his work in the U.S., Australia, Central America, Mexico, and Canada as an onsite implementation engineer, Landon has developed a great appreciation for the diversity of customer needs. He has an industrial engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology (GeorgiaTech) and an MBA from Vanderbilt University.

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