ORLANDO, Fla. — Adoption of warehouse automation in the U.S. is growing because of demographic and workforce issues, as well as the need for competitive differentiation, said two professors at the University of Wisconsin — Madison. “The availability of warehouse labor is decreasing,” said Ananth Krishnamurthy, associate professor, manufacturing systems engineering program and Center for Quick Response Manufacturing, during a session Tuesday at the Supply Chain ...
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