There can be no denying that the coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating effect on businesses across the globe. As governments implemented strict lockdown procedures to curb the spread of the disease, it forced many companies to slow down operations or, in some instances, stop altogether.
How efficient is your warehouse? No matter what industry you might operate in, ensuring that your warehouse facility is functioning as productively as possible can transform your business.
Warehouses are an important part of the supply chain, and an effective storage solution is vital to the success by ensuring high functionality and efficiency.
Lootah CEO cites full trust of people and businesses in the UAE as the foundation of recovery.
The current coronavirus outbreak is affecting businesses and operations around the world. Alongside business slowing down, many people are being asked to stay inside and practice social distancing.
In this modern world, technology has helped to transform the way that businesses and infrastructure connects and engages with each other. This has meant that warehouses are no longer just a place to store goods, but are instead an integral part of the logistics of a company; liaising with every aspect of the company.
One of the biggest problems that warehouse manager’s face is the lack of space in their facility, so for many the idea of installing an office just means taking up potential storage space. However by having an office in your facility, you can actually discover a number of benefits that can help to streamline and boost the performance of your warehouse.
With 2020 marking the start of a new decade, it is an exciting time in terms of innovation and technology in the warehouse and logistics
If you are looking to take advantage of the many benefits that Dubai offers global businesses, then you are not alone, with dozens of the world’s leading companies choosing the region as their logistical base.
Ruler of Dubai, his highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has recently announced the approval of the budget cycle for the Government of Dubai for the period between 2020 and 2022. The Dh196 billion budget is set to boost the emirate’s overall economy and help to entice even more businesses to the region.