Midland Pallet Trucks, a leading provider of materials handling equipment, today announced a range of solutions to help businesses better manage their operations in light of the ongoing supply chain issues set to continue throughout 2023.
As businesses struggle to keep up with the increasing demands of consumers, supply chain disruptions have become a common challenge. The COVID-19 pandemic, the on-going effects of Brexit, and the war in Ukraine has only accelerated these issues, making it more important than ever for businesses to have a robust and efficient supply chain management system in place.
Supply chains have also been plagued by raw material shortages and high inflation in recent years, but reports suggest the shortages are easing. Despite this, prices are expected to remain elevated, as evidenced by 21 consecutive months of rising material costs according to government data.
“Supply chain issues will continue to impact businesses throughout 2023, making it crucial for companies to have a well-managed operation,” said Phil Chesworth, Managing Director of Midland Pallet Trucks. “Our pallet trucks are designed to help businesses streamline their warehouse operations, minimise downtime, and therefore ensure the timely delivery of goods to their customers.”
Midland Pallet Trucks provides warehouses with high-quality material handling equipment. Their most popular items – electric pallet trucks, weighing scale trucks, and high lift pallet trucks – allow for optimised warehouse operations and increased efficiency.
Phil adds, “Our weighing scale trucks allow warehouse employees to weigh and move consignments at the same time which improves productivity. Additionally, our pallet trucks reduce the potential for injury, so that employee absenteeism is reduced”.
Improving warehouse operations and maximising efficiency will help to elevate the pressure of the issues that are set to continue to effect supply chains in 2023.