The principle of stopping problems before they start is nowhere more applicable than in the materials handling area, where malfunctions and mistakes can mean not only lost time, but also worker injuries and damaged equipment. That's why distribution executives maintain a focus on preventive maintenance for the variety of warehouse equipment used to move product. It also explains the continuing emphasis on safety training for distribution center personnel, as well as the move toward ...

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