Supermarket warehouses and distribution centers can adjust logistics to contribute to the efficiency of a picking system. al product, adding efficiency. Roy Strauss, vice president and principal, Gross & Associates, Woodbridge, N.J., said warehouse operators need to address: Intelligent product slotting. Evaluating order patterns and adjusting product positioning can aid operators in getting optimal work and yield. Evaluate equipment. Shifting from a single-deep to a double-deep ...

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