Distribution centers and warehouses hold promise for retailers and wholesalers interested in squeezing inefficiencies out of the flow of goods. But operators report that the tools to achieve this goal depend on leading edge technologies. Numerous technology solutions have been introduced recently, some useful, but others promising more than they could deliver. Now the next wave is rolling in and the key issue is how systems will be integrated and put to work in a fashion that brings sound ...

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