Worst Warehouse Nightmares •
Worst Warehouse Nightmares

We asked customers, 'what's your

Worst Warehouse Nightmare?'

Some kept their story clean, like Perimeter Global Logistics (PGL) – a 3PL serving Spirit Halloween. Others shared fears and carnage of life without Deposco. Pick your poison; we’ve got all the tales – From good to ghastly!

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Trick-or-Treat,

Smell Defeat

Give me something good to read.

Peak season can smell fear. No one gets out unscathed. But, this guide can get you very close!

Download strategies across 5 risk areas that directly impact profitability in your warehouse: Labor, Supplier Management, Order Accuracy, 3PL Collaboration, and Future Tech Planning.

Ghastly Scenarios
Life Without Deposco
Nightmare # 1

Friday The 13th


Business Type

Third-Party Logistics


Description

It’s the Vorhees of customer service. You’re hired to nurture customers with new options, but inflexible systems keep haunting you.

Nightmare # 2

Ghosted


Business Type

Retail


Description

Ghosted by your WMS and your partner! Implementation ghouls, system instability, and freaky labor problems – Don’t get caught busting problems alone!

Nightmare # 3

Redrum


Business Type

Retail


Description

All work and no WMS. Makes you behind for days, paralyzed in front of stacks of paper. See how they keep their one promise made to customers.

Nightmare # 4

Candyman


Business Type

Third-Party Logistics


Description

“Import, import, import, import…” If your system can’t bring in orders, it summons all sorts of customer service monsters. See how Relentless fixed it.

Nightmares

“The nightmare scenario is you have promised customers a whole bunch of orders to arrive by a certain date and there are more orders to be shipped than people or time to ship them.”

Adam Block
Vinyl Me, Please
 

Schedule Demo

Feeling uneasy about your WMS system or partner? Speak with one of our supply chain experts to learn how Deposco’s Bright Suite solutions can untangle the costly web of supply chain operations in peak season – and all year long.