Normally the phrase perfect storm, particularly in a business sense, is a convergence of unfortunate events. It’s the perfect storm that leads to some form of economic crash. Yet, right now, for commercial and industrial property in the UK there is a confluence of events happening that will change the market in the UK inalterably.
At the beginning of 2020 Access Group acquired Mintsoft – a software-as-a-service based order and warehouse management software firm – that started life in 2012 as a university project developed by founder Luke Groves.
Some are looking at the lifting of some Covid-19 lockdown restrictions on 4 July as Independence Day but, as a much more gifted journalist than I put it, it is not Freedom Day, but Complexity Day.
The Covid-19 crisis seems to be rewarding those who are brave, those who think beyond the traditional constraints of business as usual, those who are adapting business models and processes to reflect a new reality. But it’s not radical enough.., it’s time to embrace further change.
Optimisation is one of the top concerns for any warehouse manager, so investing in quality racking and shelving, and utilising storage space to best increase efficiency, is a way to that goal. Michelle Mooney examines how to make the most of investment in racking and shelving.