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Warehouse Management for Natela Importers

Source: Made4net
As a leading food distributor in South Africa, Natela Importers built a new distribution center to meet its continued growth. However, managing a high volume of inventory with an outdated inventory management system was having a negative impact on their operations and customer service levels. By implementing an automated warehouse management system (WMS), Natela has decreased their picking costs by nearly 20 percent.


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