Warehouses are becoming the industry centerpiece for reducing costs. For retailers and wholesalers, the drive to increase warehouse efficiency and cut costs is a battle being fought on two fronts: reducing time and labor at the receiving dock, and trimming inventory levels. Among the most striking initiatives: To cut receiving-dock time, distributors are forging alliances with manufacturers to begin or expand cross-docking programs. To further speed up movement from vendor trucks to ...

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