Your Partner for Elevating Warehouse Logistics Performance
Leveraging People, Process, & Technology
Warehouse Management has been Sunland’s core business since it was founded in 1982. Over the years Sunland has built upon a strong foundation of the fundamentals of warehouse management with advanced technologies and a culture of Continuous Improvement throughout the organization.
Our uniquely integrated combination of expertise in warehouse management + advanced technology + Continuous Improvement culture, provide our customers with:
Performance results & transparency
Enhanced information visibility to make better decisions
Engaged team of problem solvers & innovators
Warehouse Logistics Expertise Across Industries
Manufacturers, retailers, and other types of “shippers” choose to outsource warehouse management, so they can focus on what they are best at – making and/or selling products. This allows them to leverage the technology and expertise of a third party who is investing in and focused on continuously improving warehouse operations.
We help our customers by:
- Simplifying complexity
- Enhancing customer experience
- Reducing overhead costs
- Improving inventory management
- Providing flexible capacity to support scaling a business, seasonality or temporary projects
- Leveraging big data and integrated systems to provide better supply chain visibility and business insight
- Leveraging expertise in warehouse design, process leadership & advanced technologies to improve quality, efficiency, and performance
How a warehouse operation is designed significantly impacts performance and can be the difference between succeeding or failing to meet your customers’ expectations and budget goals.
Designing a warehouse operation successfully requires collaboration and starts with input from the customer. Initially, a Sunland Solutions Engineer balances input factors such as forecasted volume, SKU profiles, additional value-added services, and customer requirements to determine optimal material flow, storage methods, material handling equipment, staffing, and systems solutions.
Goal: To learn about your business & collect scope information for design input
Categories of information to determine scope include:
- Product description
- SKU profiles
- Customer requirements
Preliminary Design Phase
Goal: To create an optimal warehouse operation design concept and pricing solution proposal based on provided scope parameters and customer requirements.
Outputs of the design include the following solutions:
- Material & information flow
- Storage methods
- Material handling equipment
- Staffing plan