Top 3 Warehouse Security Challenges You Need to Know About

Posted by Sean Murphy on October 11, 2019

Warehouses store a lot of expensive inventory and equipment. With people and transportation constantly flowing in and out of the warehouse property, it's a constant hub of activity. It puts them at risk for many things. Theft is a costly problem. Loss Prevention Magazine reveals…

Why Video Monitoring Needs to Be Part of Warehouse Security

Posted by Sean Murphy on October 9, 2019

Cargo theft is a $15 to $30-billion-dollar problem in the U.S. according to Loss Prevention Magazine. This averages out to one cargo theft every single day of the year and $254,800 loss value per incident. The problem is bigger than the United States. In Canada, cargo theft…

Warehouse Security: Trespasser Arrested Breaking into Big Rig

Posted by Sean Murphy on July 22, 2019

If you store inventory or valuable assets outside, you know how crucial security can be.

Stealth Is Now A PULSE Preferred Partner

Posted by Sean Murphy on July 10, 2019

Cargo theft. It’s a crime that has been around for centuries. It is seen as a low-risk, high-reward crime. In the U.S., cargo theft is a $15-$30 billion racket, but statistics are difficult to pinpoint. According to the FBI, less than 20 percent of stolen cargo is ever…

Warehousing's Biggest Challenge and How to Solve It

Posted by Sean Murphy on July 3, 2019

At its simplest, warehousing involves the storage of things. At its most complex, it involves logistics management and distribution networks. Companies want smarter warehousing where they know the location of all items. They want to track items coming from the source or going to…

The Need for an Adaptive Supply Chain

Posted by Sean Murphy on May 24, 2019

How a supply chain operates has far-reaching impacts on a business. If any one area of the chain has a weak link, it could affect revenue or halt operations. To survive and succeed in today's landscape, companies need to move toward an adaptive supply chain. When they do,…

Warehouse Space Continues to Soar in These Cities

Posted by Sean Murphy on May 17, 2019

If you thought 2017 was a banner year for warehouse construction in Dallas-Fort Worth, wait until you hear the latest. Just in the first quarter of 2019, construction of warehouse space hit a record of 30.1 million square feet. North Texas leads the U.S. in the highest numbers…

Would You Believe Industrial Buildings Are Moving to the Suburbs?

Posted by Sean Murphy on April 22, 2019

The suburbs are not just for homes and retail anymore. Industrial companies, typically targets for downtowns and business parks, are making their way into the suburbs as cities rezone areas for these types of properties. The suburbs have turned into a center of business activity…