Specialized electrical carts from BHS making moving light fixtures around the jobsite quicker, easier, and safer. But what about your tools and equipment? New features like equipment hooks and compartment trays make BHS Light Fixture Carts (LFCs) into all-purpose material handling solutions for lighting installations.
Electrical wholesalers face unique material handling challenges that require unique material handling solutions. Your standard utility cart is useless in the face of light fixtures, wire coils, or bundles of rigid conduit. An unmodified forklift can’t lift a loaded steel cable reel.
Loss of electrical materials at a job site isn’t just the contractor’s problem. If electrical wholesalers don’t package or prepare orders adequately, these products are more vulnerable to damage and theft. With enough lost product, electrical contractors may start looking for a new supplier.
Academically, ergonomics is the study of work and how it interacts with the human body. As an applied science, ergonomics involves matching the work to the worker. The goal is to eliminate discomfort and injury on the job.
Looking for tips on growing your electrical wholesaling business in 2022 and beyond? Here are lessons from some of the year’s top sellers.
How can independent electrical wholesalers compete with the Amazons of the world? These value-added service tips provide the solution.
Every May, we celebrate National Electrical Safety Month. Find out what it is, and how electrical wholesalers can get involved.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is ideal for electrical wholesalers, but how do you ensure IIoT security in the process? Find out here.
The Great Resignation has led to a shortage of forklift technicians. How can warehouse operators respond? Here’s what you need to know.