Managing Time and Space in the Modern Warehouse: With Ready-to-use Forms, Checklist & Documentation

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AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn, 1997 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Concise, practical, up-to-date help on every aspect and task of warehouse management.

Warehousing managers face so many challenges today. What kind of warehousing is needed? How many should they operate--or lease? How do they pick a location? At what cost?

This concise, comprehensive guide covers these and other warehousing issues, including:

* inventory management * warehouse types and

operations * selection of third-party warehousing *

compliance audits * cost and pricing of services

* freight claims operations * liability * seal

accountability * container and packaging methods

* EDI * and more.

More than 40 ready-to-reproduce forms, documents, leases, and checklists make this a valuable guide for those in the warehousing, logistics, distribution, and transport fields. It will help them increase their efficiency, cut costs, and enhance their careers.

 

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ERNST F. BOLTEN (Succasunna, CA) is a principal in the consulting firm Bolten Associates. He has 27 years of experience in logistics, transportation, manufacturing, cost accounting, analysis, and consulting.

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