Can Damaged Pallet Racking be Repaired?
Warehouse accidents happen. Whether it’s an issue of overloading or forklift impact or maybe loose flooring, pallet racking can get damaged. Are you trying to assess whether or not your damaged warehouse storage racks are repairable or need to be replaced? Here at Engineered Products, we are here to help.Read more
How to Select the Right Conveyor Sorting System for Your Distribution Center
Is labor becoming more challenging to find, or are you looking to improve efficiencies for your distribution center? Conveyor automation provides an opportunity to add efficiencies and improve the safety and ergonomics of your operation.Read more
Pallet Racking Beam Sizes: Choosing the Right Beams for Your Warehouse
When designing a pallet rack system there are a number of factors to consider including beam size. In this blog, the warehousing experts at Engineered Products, a Papé Company share the must-know guidelines for pallet racking beam sizes to ensure your racking meets your structural capacity needs.Read more
Wheel Chock Safety Training Guide
According to Industrial Safety & Hygiene News, more than 25% of industrial accidents happen at the loading dock, and for each accident, there are 600 near misses. Those statistics are sobering and indicate the need for proper safety training and loading dock safety products.Read more
Improve Storage Organization With Customizable Modular Drawer Cabinets
With small parts and tools, a good organization strategy is the key to being able to find what you need when you need it. Rousseau’s customizable line of R-Go Motorized Toolboxes is the ultimate solution for keeping your equipment secure and easy to access.Read more
Warehouse Automation Case Study: Vintage Wine Estates
Vintage Wine Estates is a family of independent wineries and producers that distribute 5.5M cases of wine each year throughout Washington, Oregon, and California. They represent more than thirty brands including Qupé, Laetitia, Owen Roe, B.R. Cohn, and Clos Pegase. In addition to their vineyards and tasting rooms dotting the West Coast, Vintage Wine Estates operates warehouses to support the bottling, custom labeling, and corporate gifting components of their business.Read more
Social Distancing in the Warehouse? Yes, It’s Possible.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that in manufacturing and warehouse facilities workers should be no less than six feet apart and not facing each other or they should be separated by physical partitions. For the vast majority of warehouses, implementing those recommendations requires significant changes to processes, schedules, and often infrastructure, leaving many warehouse managers and business owners at a loss for how to successfully make those changes while maintaining productivity.Read more