Case Studies to Increase Efficiency for Logistics

Many tasks at logistics worksites depend on manual labor and visual contact, and human error tends to occur at these worksites. On the other hand, there is also ample room for improvements. For example, mistakes can be greatly reduced and work efficiency can be improved by simply introducing handheld computers and code readers. In this section, we will provide useful information to help you understand the role and flow of logistics and delivery centers and provide approaches to making business improvements. We will also explain in an easy to understand manner case studies in which handheld computers and code readers are used.

Case Studies for Higher Efficiency at Logistics Worksites
For Warehouses and Delivery Centers
For Manufacturing Factories
For Transportation