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The Accuplus@ Integrated Distribution Logistics@ System is a comprehensive software package for managing warehouse and distribution logistics operations

the lds corporation  The Accuplus® Integrated Distribution Logistics® System is a comprehensive software package for managing warehouse and distribution logistics operations. Accuplus® features the ability to manage multiple warehouses, customers, products, rates, carriers, consignees, inbound receipts, bills of lading, and much more. Accuplus® also produces reports of inventory, activity, and a wide variety of management and customer specific information. Accuplus® has a variety of base system and optional

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