It's not your father's WMS anymore. For many years now most retail distribution warehouses have seen fit to automate the movement of inventory into, inside and out of the facility through the use of warehouse management systems. Indeed, the traditional WMS, available from a variety of vendors, can help food distributors cut warehouse expenses like inventory and labor costs by 10% to 35%, according to Marc Wulfraat, managing partner, Kom International, Montreal. But the WMS is changing to ...
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