Warehouse & Distribution Science
by J. Bartholdi, S. Hackman
Number of pages: 323
The focus of this book is the science of how to design, operate and manage warehouse facilities. The authors emphasize the building of detailed mathematical and computer models that capture the economics of the management of space and labor. The goal of this approach is to give managers and engineers the tools to make their operations successful.
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by Henry C. Lucas - McGraw-Hill/Irwin
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by Geoff Walsham - The Global Text Project
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