4 Key Warehouse Optimization Tips for Building a Better Business

A worker in a forklift is loading packed goods onto shelves in a packed warehouse that’s been designed with warehouse optimization in mind.

Tip 1: Concrete Is a Popular Warehouse Material for a Reason

Lights glare over the floor of a concrete warehouse that has yet to undergo warehouse optimization.

With It, Your Structure Will Be Durable, Low-Maintenance, and Affordable

During Construction, You’ll Also Find an Appeal to the Versatility and Look of the Material

Tip 2: Its Safety and Sustainability Can Easily Increase with Admixtures Too

A construction worker is adding KIM, a waterproofing admixture, into a concrete mix during batching.

For One, Crystalline Waterproofing Admixtures Give Concrete a Sustainable Way to Make Warehouses Watertight

And If You Don’t Want to Risk Early Deterioration, an Integral Hardening Admixture Is Worth a Look

You Might Even Want to Combine Admixtures for Operational Sustainability

Tip 3: The Space of Your Warehouse and How You Use It Are Equally Important

A concrete floor divides two rows of warehouse storage shelves.
  • Having one end of the warehouse meant solely for receiving products
  • Keeping the middle of the warehouse for storage
  • Ensuring the other end of the warehouse is reserved for just shipping products

Tip 4: Don’t Leave Automation Out of the Equation Either

Near shelves stocked full with cardboard boxes is a conveyor belt moving boxes down a line with automated robots lifting some up from the belt for processing.
  • Automated vehicles — Whether you choose to get automated stackers, forklifts, or pallet jacks, they’ll maximize the efficiency of manual tasks and free up employees for more critical tasks.
  • Robots for heavy-duty tasks — Similar to automated vehicles, there are robots available that can increase the efficiency of manual tasks for picking, packing, and heavy lifting.
  • Inventory-counting drones — Certain types of drones can even make it possible for you to more accurately count your warehouse’s inventory.
  • 3D-printing technology — If you have the resources for it, you can even get 3D printers. These can reduce lead times and transportation costs as you can supply custom parts on-site instead of importing them.

All of These Warehouse Optimization Tips Are Critical to Your Success

A warehouse owner is holding a tablet to see how successful the warehouse business has been.



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Kryton International Inc.

Kryton International Inc.

Kryton’s suite of innovative Smart Concrete® products offers the most effective concrete waterproofing, durability, and monitoring solutions in the world.