Crump, Neil
November 2010
MHD Supply Chain Solutions;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p46
Trade Publication
The article provides tips on how to optimize the warehouse system. It includes proper planning, scoping and selection of equipment. It suggests to evaluate the current warehouse, its size, obstacles, and networks. It also suggests to modify and update the current system and install back-end electronic road pricing system (ERP). It also suggests to use radio frequency identification systems (RFIDs) for more efficient and for security purposes.


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