Tech Is Empowering the Supply Chain Workforce

CEO Updatejohn paxton

The focus on technology in supply chains is undeniable. We are now a tech-forward industry that uses tech to make operations more efficient, transparent and sustainable than ever before. This tech adoption has put our industry at the center of innovation and productivity.

But supply chains are run by people, and this human-centricity is the key to continued success. Combining emerging tech with the strength of human ingenuity in a collaborative environment increases morale, safety and profitability.

However, implementing new technology can be daunting for workers. It’s important to involve them and create an environment where they feel safe to collaborate. Employee focus on technology encourages the kind of creativity and innovation that builds stronger, more streamlined operations. It also attracts new hires, retains current workers and empowers team members to reach higher levels of safety and performance.

This issue of MHI Solutions tackles these topics by uncovering best practices, tools and real-world examples of how leading firms invest in technology to create a collaborative, productive and safer environment for their workers.

To stay on top of technological advancements and leading trends and to gain a competitive advantage for your operations, make plans to attend MODEX 2024 on March 11-14 in Atlanta.

MODEX will include over 1,000 exhibits from leading solution providers and a comprehensive Educational Conference of over 165 sessions focusing on best-in-class solutions for manufacturing and supply chain operations. MODEX exhibits will represent the full spectrum of the material handling and supply chain industry, from traditional, manual equipment to automated systems and smart, connected and collaborative technologies.

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