Author Archive for Sanjay Ejantkar


  If you’ve been wondering how to manage inventory with barcodes, it’s time to modernize your warehouse and bring more efficiency across the board. Inventory management is already a process that’s had to rely far too long on manual data entry, and it may surprise you that you’ve survived all these years having warehouse staff enter […]


  While there are certainly more, there are five food and beverage industry problems CEOs are facing that should be at the top of the list. Prioritizing these issues is the key to correcting them, then moving on to handle smaller issues. What are the top 5 #foodandbeverage industry issues for #CEOs? Via @aplicor #distribution […]


  Today, spreadsheet-based warehouse inventory monitoring systems are becoming a thing of the past, and wholesalers now need a good warehouse management system (WMS) in place in order to become more efficient and to stay current and competitive. Instead of just treating every customer individually, it is now necessary to make sure that everyone—retailers, wholesalers, and distributors—has access to more information. This enables […]


  There are several business links that make up the strength of the supply chain. If a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, then smart business managers realize the necessity to keep them all as strong as possible. You can’t run the risk of solidifying every area and neglecting the one link that […]


  The unpredictability of the soft goods market can wreak havoc with the ability to successfully meet client demand, and is a business aspect many distributors and wholesalers struggle with. Soft good demand, generally referring to products created via textiles, fluctuates based upon diverse and ever-changing trends and material availability. Therefore, the ability to provide […]


Did you know that wine and spirit wholesalers account for more than 63,000 jobs, paying $4.95 billion in wages? That’s not all; little-known fun facts abound when it comes to food and beverage distribution!


Proper management of a warehouse requires a combination of useful resources and management skills, including a high level of organization, innovative software implementation and an aptitude for interpersonal relations. The warehouse regulates the physical flow of goods and products and is the forefront for quality control.