Materials-handling equipment, spurred on by advances in radio frequency technology, ergonomic considerations and more complex distribution system requirements, is no longer taking a back seat in the quest for heightened efficiency. The supply chain is only as strong as its weakest link, a factor driving a growing number of retailers and wholesalers to upgrade their arsenal of materials-handling equipment, distributors told SN. "If one area is not working efficiently, it could bog down ...

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