CEOs, Hit the Floor

Langnau, Leslie
August 2001
Material Handling Management;Aug2001, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p24
Addresses the need for chief executive officers (CEO) to be informed about the challenges of material handling equipment and systems. Impact of CEO knowledge about materials handling on the operation of the business; Significance of warehouse management to the overall operation of the business; Views of John Seffrin, CEO of the American Cancer Society, on materials handling logistics.


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