Velocoti doubles warehouse size to keep up with the growth

Velociti doubles warehouse size to keep up with the growth, supply chain strategies

Velociti Inc. announced that, due to rapidly increasing technology adoption, strong demand for its VeloCare technology health monitoring and repair service and concerns over supply chain constraints, it has moved warehouse operations to a new 65,000-square-foot facility doubling its current warehousing space.

Introduced in 2013, Velociti’s unique VeloCare Program combines Technology Health Monitoring, Field Repair Services, a Tech Support Call Center, and Inventory Management Services to maximize uptime of technology solutions in any environment.  VeloCare currently manages more than 600,000 assets, such as electronic logging devices, vehicle telematic systems, in-cab video safety solutions, restaurant POS systems, Wi-Fi and RFID solutions.

The new warehouse, less than a mile from Velociti’s headquarters, doubled door capacity to 12, has higher ceilings for increased racking capabilities, and provides the space needed for optimal product flow. Its strategic location means shipments can get anywhere in the lower 48 states from one to three days.

The facility features new wireless technology and management systems to maximize efficiency and visibility into day-to-day operations. The facility also features additional sustainability and safety features, including LED lighting, EV charging stations, trailer lock-down capabilities at dock doors, and state-of-the-art security systems. Velociti’s original warehouse location, attached to their Headquarters in Riverside, MO will house their expanded Innovation Lab and Customer Experience center.

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