Even more than the store, the retail warehouse is a rugged place, where tons of product get moved around every day. In such an environment, many demands are placed on equipment and personnel, requiring that both be up to snuff. Retailers are therefore investing in better training and more up-to-date equipment to enable the distribution center to operate smoothly. These days it's not enough that the equipment used in the DC -- such as forklifts, pallet trucks, doors, plastic containers or ...
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