Direct ConneX

System Analysis and Engineering Study

Is There A Better Way?

This is a question that we ask frequently while we work with all of our clients from the start to completion of a project. And typically, the answer is almost always, YES!

One of our core beliefs is that more automation does not always equate to a better solution or more efficient warehouse. For this reason, we highly recommend a full material handling system analysis and engineering study prior to any system development. This provides a more accurate picture of your current warehouse or distribution center environment and future needs.

A Refined Approach to Improving Your Process

Our engineering studies put together a clearer picture to help us gain a better understanding of sales objectives, your current distribution process and the associated material handling system, and any hurdles you may be facing. This is done on a site-by-site visit, where we meet with members of a variety of areas of your organization to strategize needs and the appropriate solutions. We also complete a statistical analysis of historical order profiles and product information to determine the best flow for your DC or warehouse.

So whether you’re running a new startup or a mature organization, a comprehensive material handling engineering study can be done to develop and implement distribution strategies that best align with your objectives.

Some of these strategies that we have implemented in the past include:

  • Realigning your warehousing and distribution operations so clients can focus on their core business operations.
  • Develop processes and techniques that support internal distribution functions of your operations.
  • Implement material handling technologies that support your internal operations.
  • Implement the best software solutions to get the most out of and optimize your material handling processes.

Take the first step: Contact us to schedule a full system analysis and engineering study to improve the efficiency of your distribution processes.