Automated materials handling: proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Birmingham, UK 14-17 May, 1985

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R. H. Hollier
IFS (Publications) Ltd., 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 282 pages
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A technique for identifying the logistical importance of materials handling technology within an organisation
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Flexible production systems for the manufacture of electronic equipment
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Automated materials handling in the computer integrated manufacturing environment
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