uTenant are disruptors. We’re a group of people who look at how things are done and find ways to do it better.
Innovation is our rocket-fuel.
It’s drives everything we do.
It’s what get us out of bed in the morning.
It motivates us to find simpler solutions for you.
In a world of constant supply chain disruption, we’re creating ways that puts you back in control.
We are a tech company made for people, connecting digital and physical warehouse sourcing solutions through our online portal. We’re revolutionising the way you find warehouse space, cutting out the middleman and putting you back in control so that you can manage your supply chain operations with full transparency.
To put it simply, we’ve created an easier way to procure short and long-term warehousing space. Whether you’re looking for overflow pallet storage, a 3PL partnership or an entirely new industrial facility, the uTenant platform finds it for you.
We’re not afraid to shake things up because we know it’s the right thing to do by our customers. Seeing how the platform helps our networks drives us to be better and bigger, and even more committed to creating services that help our customers, our teams, and our strategic partners.
uTenant was created by two logistics and warehousing experts who discovered a better way to find and fill warehouse space. We’ve grown into an international platform empowering more transparency across your supply chain and enabling better decision-making for your warehouse needs. Innovation never sleeps here at uTenant. Finding simpler warehousing solutions is what we do.
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Improving warehouse efficiency with an optimised layout
Optimising warehouse layout is essential for businesses grappling with space constraints or issues with operational efficiency. Whether constructing a new facility or renovating an existing one, designing layouts is key to meeting operational needs. This article explores methods for the Australian market, emphasising warehouse flow analysis, technology adoption, and vertical space utilisation.
3PL Market Roundup – October 2023
Coming into what is normally peak period, rates have remained largely steady across the board, with the National average storage rate still sitting around the $4.60 mark pppw.
Warehouse performance: what to measure?
To run a successful warehouse, monitoring its performance is essential. Key performance indicators (KPIs) provide a valuable tool for tracking various aspects of warehouse operations. Regular monitoring and improvement efforts based on these metrics will help optimise processes, improve customer service, and maintain a competitive edge in today's business landscape.
3PL Market Roundup – September 2023
Supply Chain Managers and 3PL providers are preparing for peak season amid economic challenges and interest rate hikes. Reduced demand has led to excess storage space and varying rates in the 3PL landscape. While rates have increased in some cities, competition is rising, making it a dynamic market.