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What You Should Know Before Selecting a WMS
Before an important game, you create a game plan. Before you start building a house, you have a blueprint. And before you start looking at a warehouse

b descriptive words  use ingredients A and B separately but a large number of formulas use ingredients together in a premix operation. To accommodate both possibilities, you would want the WMS to suggest locations where these ingredients can be co-located; not together but as close as possible to reduce warehouse travel time. To satisfy this and other putaway strategies, you may require a flexible, rules-based WMS that can be adapted to existing or changing demands. Industry specific putaway strategies could include fixed

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