Keller Trucking founder Tom Keller and nephew Bryan Keller hosted the final of a series of events spanning the year to celebrate 40 years of service since Thomas E. Keller Trucking incorporated.
Waste. We all know what that is. Normally, when we encounter a situation where waste has occurred, we get annoyed and think, “well, that was a waste.” Maybe the leftovers were never eaten, or maybe we spent $20 on lotto tickets without winning anything. These are typical examples of waste that immediately come to mind. However, warehouse waste comes in many shapes and sizes. It is a destructive little monster that hides in plain sight and surreptitiously rears its ugly head in the company’s bottom line.
Waste is truly all around us, but we are so accustomed to it that we simply do not see it for what it is.
Continuing to keep warehouses operating as efficiently as possible is an ongoing process. Ideally, you want to implement lean process improvements that positively impact your customers as well as influence your bottom line while optimizing your operational efficiency.
When much of your job is navigating the nation's highways from a big rig, maintaining health on the road can be a real challenge. The nearly 3.5 million drivers on the road are critical to keeping our economy running smoothly and efficiently. Many face unique challenges related to truck drivers' health, leaving them feeling like they are running on empty.
Topics: Health and Wellness