Wholesaler streamlines order selection

Aichlmayr, Mary
February 2001
Transportation & Distribution;Feb2001, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p40
Discusses the benefits of warehousing to order selection of goods. How a distribution center optimizes order picking systems with equipment and strategy; Description of the warehouse management of Ferguson Enterprises company; Courses and seminars for general warehouse management and operations. INSET: TAKE LEARNING ON THE ROAD.


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