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Supply Chain Thought Leadership Video Series:
Addressing the Growing Labor Crisis in US DCs


 

 

Nov. 28, 2017

There is a growing crisis in terms of the availability and costs of labor in distribution centers across the US, especially in logistics hub markets.

Near Bethlehem, PA, for example, DC jobs have incredibly risen from 5200 in 2010 to 15,200 currently.

 

What's a distribution executive or DC manager to do? SCDigest editor Dan Gilmore and Ron Kubera, an executive vice president at Lucas Systems, discuss this growing issue, and how a new approach - mobile work execution - provides a "third way" to attack the problem.

 

This video is part of an on-going Thought Leadership series with Lucas experts and SCDigest on topics associated with mobility and productivity in the DC.

 

Not to be missed for managers interested in significantly increasing the productivity of mobile DC workers.

 

Please view this short discussion now.

 

Also, see the Part 1 video in this series: Augmented Reality in the DC - What's Real, What's Not and What Do Users Need to Know?

Look for additional videos in this series coming in early 2018.


  Have a question for Lucas Systems on Mobile Work Execution? Send it Here and we will forward on for a personal response.  
       
  Download the new white paper "Warehouse Mobility Beyond Voice and RF," which looks at how martglasses and Augmented Reality promise to transform mobile applications in the DC.
 


 

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Smartglasses and Augmented Reality promise to transform mobile applications in the DC. Read this new white paper to understand the financial and technological trends driving this transformation.

 

 


   
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