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<emphasis role="bold">MATERIAL STORAGE AND WAREHOUSING</emphasis>
<emphasis role="bold">MATERIAL STORAGE AND WAREHOUSING</emphasis>by Vincent M. AltamuroThe warehouse handling of material is often more expensive than in-process handling, as it frequently requires large amounts of space, expensive equipment, labor, and computers for control. Warehousing activities, facilities, equipment, and personnel are needed at both ends of the process—at the beginning as receiving and raw materials and purchased parts storage, and at the end as finished goods storage, picking, packing, and shipping. These functions are aided by various subsystems and equipment—some …
Eugene A. Avallone; Theodore Baumeister III; Ali Sadegh: Marks’ Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, Eleventh Edition. MATERIAL STORAGE AND WAREHOUSING, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2007), AccessEngineering Export