Articles tagged with “stockroom”

How to Quadruple Your Stockroom Space

With UK rents on business and warehouse spaces on the rise, small business owners are struggling to find enough space in their warehouses to remain competitive and keep their customers happy. With too little space, businesses can’t stock enough products, enough styles or enough sizes to ensure they have what their customer’s need, when they need it. Also, a cluttered or unorganised stockroom makes it difficult for employees to find the products their customers ordered and ship them quickly.

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10 Inventory Management Techniques That Will Cut Your Costs

Imagine a set of business decisions that could slash your costs and boost return on investment, profits and return on sales. Though the jury is still out on a perfect correlation, at least fifteen studies in the past twenty years have suggested a positive link between tighter inventory management and business performance.

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VED Analysis – The Ultimate Guide to Inventory Classification

Whether you’re managing a heaving warehouse or a humble shop stockroom, inventory classification is a valuable tool that can take your inventory management to the next level. At its heart, grouping inventory or stock is a powerful way to determine the value of stored items to your business, improving transparency, speeding up storage tasks and enabling informed decision making.

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ABC Analysis – The Ultimate Guide to Inventory Classification

Whether you’re managing a heaving warehouse or a humble shop stockroom, inventory classification is a valuable tool that can take your inventory management to the next level. At its heart, grouping inventory or stock is a powerful way to determine the value of stored items to your business, improving transparency, speeding up storage tasks and enabling informed decision making.

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20 Inventory Management Questions You Should Be Asking

Despite the increasing popularity of lean inventory management techniques, the ratio of stock to output in UK companies has remained mostly static for the past 20 years. In the US, inventories to sales have actually been steadily increasing since the 2008 financial crash:


This decline in inventory performance should strike business owners as an opportunity. Research suggests there is a positive link between effective inventory management and financial performance, which shouldn’t be much of a surprise. Lean inventory practices may not be right for all, but companies that encourage agility across the supply chain can reduce days in inventory while increasing service levels.

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Mobile Shelving Is the Way Forward

For all you retailers out there, Christmas stock can always be difficult to store. With the growing number of customers hitting stores year in and year out, the need to replenish stock is becoming ever increasing. One of the fundamental principles at Action Storage is to help our clients maximise their storage space through the most efficient method possible. We do this by sending out our qualified team who advise and generate ideas that are unique and suitable for your desired area.

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10 Tips to Improve Your Retail Stockroom

As one of the UK’s leading suppliers of stockroom shelving, we’ve helped all sorts of businesses to get organised, maximise their storage space and improve the efficiency of their stockroom. From huge, multinational operations with complex seasonal stock changes, to smaller enterprises with a handful of consistently popular core products, we understand that every business has its own unique set of requirements.

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“Bonjour everyone”, from our dedicated installation team in Paris.

Our team is please to say that we have just completed a big stockroom shelving project for a luxury French brand’s retail store in Paris, France. From supplying to installing, we have overseen the whole process to ensure the project was completed with the highest quality of service and product, on time and on budget.

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