White Paper | January 10, 2008

Enterprise Mobility A Healthy Ingredient In Sanitarium's Warehouse

Source: Motorola

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Case Study: Enterprise Mobility A Healthy Ingredient In Sanitarium's Warehouse

To overcome the challenges of managing four separate warehouses, Sanitarium Australia made the decision to consolidate the four warehouses into a single warehouse. At the same time Sanitarium planned a complete overhaul of its warehousing and supply chain processes.

However, moving into a single warehouse capable of holding up to 14,000 pallets would significantly increase stock movement and throughput, placing considerable pressure on Sanitarium's manual and paper-based warehouse management systems.

Alan Myers, Sanitarium's IT business projects manager, explained, "We introduced a new warehouse management system so we could handle the expanding volume in our distribution centre more efficiently. Consolidating our warehouses required a 50 per cent increase in the physical size of the distribution centre."

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Case Study: Enterprise Mobility A Healthy Ingredient In Sanitarium's Warehouse

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