While ensuring that actual physical product is handled, sorted and transported as efficiently as possible will remain a crucial part of future distribution logistics, industry experts believe the biggest gains will come as item movement and customer information begin flowing back from the retailer's point-of-sale, toward distribution centers, wholesalers and trading partners. As the speed of data delivery approaches real time, for example, replenishment decisions can hit new levels of ...
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