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Chuck Waddle

Chuck Waddle

Chuck Waddle is Hytrol's Vice President of Business Development, a position in which he helps establish Hytrol's place in the material handling industry. He's been in the material handling industry for more than 35 years.

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This is the last in a four-part blog series covering best practices in areas of e-commerce. You can find the third blog here.  Handling e-commerce is becoming more and more important to the material handling sector. The range of products and quick consumer demand has made it essential for solutions to be able to maximize space, handle both cartons and bags, and reduce the costs associated with shipping. A large part of this comes in with sortation. It's always important to be able to sort produc...
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This is the third in a four-part blog series covering best practices in areas of e-commerce. You can find the second blog here.  Material handling solutions in e-commerce facilities require speed and accuracy in combining and merging. In both small and large distribution centers, implement your solution utilizing knowledge and experience, following best practices from beginning to end.
This is a four-part blog series covering best practices in areas of e-commerce. You can find the first blog here.  Material handling solutions in e-commerce facilities may have special requirements. In both small and large distribution centers, these solutions are best implemented with knowledge and experience, following best practices from beginning to end.
We’ve discussed before how important it is to create a material handling solution that can convey products for both in-store and online retail efforts. Online shopping may have changed the industry, but in-store sales are still an important piece of the puzzle for many retailers, and it’s important to these customers to have a solution that provides both.
Distribution centers of today are facing a unique challenge: You must be able to fulfill e-commerce orders while still maintaining a retail presence. Most companies—especially those smaller in size—aren’t able to create two centers and two solutions to fulfill each side of that equation. That makes it important for a solution to do both, so your company can do both. Solutions should be able to handle a wide range of products very quickly. Variations in size, weight, weight distribution, product ...