A nascent technology generating buzz in the warehouse community today would carry wireless tracking capabilities one step further, allowing cases and pallets to be located in the DC without having to scan them. evelopmental stages. Each product would have its own unique code that would be automatically picked up by stationary readers. The readers could be located on the docks, or perhaps on the forklifts. "If they can get it down to a product that is economically and operationally ...

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