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These days, more than ever, companies like Precision Warehouse Design have a responsibility to our extensive family of workers and the community. We’re here, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, providing jobs and helping businesses develop efficient warehouse systems and logistics solutions. But sometimes, a company of our size can and should do more.

So, what is socially responsible warehousing, and why is it crucial to ongoing success? As we all know, warehousing and distribution are crucial to supply and demand throughout the country. But it’s entirely possible to do so while also remaining socially acceptable. First and foremost, focusing on sustainability and efficiency enhancements can help.

An Ipad showing warhouse statistics held by two workers wearing safty vestsAt Precision Warehouse Design, we pair our social responsibility with effective warehousing services. We run charity events with our community, sponsor various organizations in the DFW area, and help business owners take the next step in both efficiency and social responsibility.

Community Support

On May 27th, 2008, Precision Warehouse Design and countless team members participated as a Silver Level sponsor in the first Dallas VisionWalk 5K.

What is the Dallas VisionWalk 5K? It’s a charity walk sponsored by the Foundation for Fighting Blindness, in which we helped raise over $100,000 for retinal degenerative disease research. The primary goal is to help push forward this research to provide prevention, treatment, and cures for those suffering from retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration, Usher Syndrome, and countless other retinal degenerative diseases.

Alongside Precision Warehouse Design and its team, Congressman Pete Sessions also took part in the walk and served as a Dallas VisionWalk Honorary Chair.

But social responsibility also starts at home. At Precision Warehouse Design, we practice socially responsible warehousing and distribution in our business while helping our clients. These practices help to:

  • Implement green logistics methodology
  • Raise public awareness
  • Reduce air pollution, noise pollution, accidents, visual intrusion, and land-take
  • Calculate and take steps to reduce our carbon footprint
  • Bolster energy efficiency and reduce emissions

Sustainable Warehousing

Modern warehouse interiorWhen it comes to socially responsible companies, Precision Warehouse Designs has visions of grandeur. We want to help our community and clients become more socially responsible overall. Regarding the latter, we focus on sustainable warehousing and logistics solutions that make a difference.

One of the most effective ways to implement social responsibility in our warehouse design process is by opting for eco-friendly warehouse solutions. How? We focus on green initiatives, like recycling materials whenever possible, using more efficient packaging, monitoring and reducing energy usage, taking advantage of motion-sensing lights, reusing pallets and other materials, building upward instead of outward, and utilizing electric forklifts and equipment whenever possible.

These methods help put Precision Warehouse Design on the map. With community support dedicated to an ethical supply chain and green warehousing, PWD actively designs socially responsible warehousing that bolsters efficiency, improves workplace conditions, bolsters workplace safety, and reduces carbon emissions. We do this by following the latest in green trends, researching unique methodologies, and making effective changes.

We touched upon workplace safety, which is a significant factor when running a logistics or manufacturing company of any kind. You want a safe, effective workforce that can complete tasks without worry. How? One of the best ways to improve safety in a warehouse environment these days is to invest in the proper conveyor system, which brings about countless benefits. A conveyor system from PWD provides faster movement and sortation, is easier on your work personnel, and streamlines operations.

But how does sustainable warehousing make a difference? By switching a warehouse’s lighting to LED, for example, we can lower the overall energy consumption of the entire structure while also reducing heat generation. By opting for green, eco-friendly initiatives, it is entirely possible to both reduce waste and save money in the long run.

Ethical Supply Chain

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What is an ethical supply chain? An ethical supply chain focuses on three key elements: economic, environmental, and social responsibility. A big part of an ethical supply chain is to provide a safe and hygienic work environment for team members. The end goal is to create long-term sustainability without the use of forced labor, while reducing waste and sustainably sourcing products and materials for everyday use.

When it comes to ethical supply chains and socially responsible companies, businesses must consider consumers and employees first and foremost.

  1. Does every link along the supply chain consider employee satisfaction and workplace safety?
  2. Are you sourcing materials with renewable or low-impact methodologies?
  3. How will unethical behavior or warehouse practices be rectified if they are discovered?

These are a few questions companies may ask when considering social responsibility and ethical warehousing practices.

At Precision Warehouse Design, we work directly with clients to ensure an ethical supply chain from the beginning. This process involves focusing on recycled materials, renewable energy, and overall efficiency to reduce waste—both product waste and employees’ wasted time.

Besides the previously mentioned benefits, building out an ethical supply chain brings about all manner of boons to companies. For starters, this process can help companies build and protect brand reputation, construct long-term loyalty, and provide a better overall customer experience.

On the employee front, the workforce is typically happier and more sustainable, with less turnover endured annually, there are fewer injuries, and efficiency at an all-time high.

Focusing on greater efficiency and a better workforce overall vastly impacts profits and reduces risk. It’s a win-win for all involved!

Precision Warehouse Design Continues to Push Forward

For many years now, Precision Warehouse Design has focused on becoming a socially responsible company that helps its employees and its community. We take vast steps to improve efficiency, reduce waste, and help those in need whenever possible, like with our charity work and events.

Regarding your sustainable warehousing needs and warehouse design, trust Precision Warehouse Design to take the necessary steps to help you focus on community support, workplace safety, and total efficiency. Give us a call now for warehouse design services and more!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a socially responsible business, and why is it important for companies to prioritize this approach?

A socially responsible business reflects on its impact on the community as a whole, not just on the business side of things. How can we, using our resources and influence, help better the lives of individuals? By taking steps to support those in need, implementing best practices to improve efficiency and the work-life balance of employees, and taking steps to improve the world around us, companies can take a proactive approach to social responsibility.

How does Precision Warehouse Design incorporate social responsibility into its business practices?

At Precision Warehouse Design, we aim to reduce waste by implementing effective efficiency-boosting techniques and best practices in our work environment and for our clients. Furthermore, we empower our clients, employees, and families to continually support charities and organizations throughout Texas to help those in need.

What specific social and environmental initiatives has Precision Warehouse Design implemented in its operations?

Alongside raising funds to help various charities and foundations in and around Dallas, Precision Warehouse Design hopes to empower its employees and families to seek help and to help those in need within the community.

Can you provide examples of how Precision Warehouse Design has positively impacted its local community through its social responsibility efforts?

Beginning in 2008, Precision Warehouse Design participated as a Silver Level sponsor of the Dallas VisionWalk 5K, which works in conjunction with the Foundation for Fighting Blindness. We helped to raise over $100,000 for retinal degenerative disease research. 

Furthermore, PWD also supports various organizations, including Head Start of Greater Gallas, World Impact, and New Beginning.

How does being a socially responsible business benefit Precision Warehouse Design in terms of its reputation, customer loyalty, and employee satisfaction?

The more we help, the more people discuss the good Precision Warehouse Design does for its community. That word of mouth can help new clients discover our efficient warehouse services.

Furthermore, by empowering our employees, we boost their quality of life and outlook, ensuring happy, satisfied employees who want the best from work and life.

What advice would Precision Warehouse Design give to other businesses wanting to become more socially responsible but unsure where to start?

First and foremost, we recommend listening to both the community and your employees. More often than not, your committed team has its finger on the pulse of the community, and knows who requires a helping hand, which charities to support, and how best to make effective change.


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On Saturday May 27, 2008, Precision Warehouse Design participated as the Silver Level sponsor in the inaugural Dallas VisionWalk 5K. Visionwalk, in conjunction with the Foundation for Fighting Blindness (, raised over $100,000 dedicated for retinal degenerative disease research. The urgent mission of The Foundation Fighting Blindness, Inc. is to drive the research that will provide preventions, treatments and cures for people affected by retinitis pigmentosa (RP), macular degeneration, Usher Syndrome, and the entire spectrum of retinal degenerative diseases. Congressman Pete Sessions (pictured with members of the PWD team) was not only the Dallas Visionwalk Honorary Chair, but also participated in the walk on the day of the event. The owners, employees, and families of Precision Warehouse Design seek to continually support quality philanthropic causes that can better our community and the lives of others.

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