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Best Practices for Order Picking in Distribution

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RituGupta
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RituGupta   10/11/2018 6:03:56 AM
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Thinking about the situation, I personally would not be able to come up with an alternative for manually picking out orders in a shop or even in a factory or storage warehouse for that matter. I mean, sure you can automate it, but how many businesses would actually be able to afford that kind of sophisticated technology or AI that needs to be installed to have such a system running in their companies? It's going to be hand and manual -picking for a long while more to come I reckon!



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