Question: question 5 warehouses can provide additional services to manufacturers packaging...
Warehouses can provide additional services to manufacturers; packaging goods in different quantities, adding different-language instruction booklets, changing labels, or providing after-sale services, such as warranty work. Collectively, these activities are called:
The three decision levels to consider when locating a warehouse are:
The regional, municipal, and local levels.
The national, regional, and local levels.
The national, regional, and parcel levels.
The regional, municipal, and parcel levels.
In which of the following types of warehouses does an exporter rent space "as needed," and therefore which type of warehouse would be only a variable cost?
Chronologically, what is the first activity that takes place in a warehouse?
Which of the following racking alternatives does not exist?
Wide-aisle low-bay racks
Warehouse construction is constrained by a trade-off between:
cost of construction and cost of operation.
cost of land and costs of construction and operation.
cost of land and cost of capital.
cost of inventory and cost of storage.
Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems use conveyor belts and very high-bay racks to store goods. Their accuracy and reliability is very high; however, they must use pallets that are:
in perfect condition
made of composite materials
identical in size
in good condition and uniform in size
Amaxon.com's Kiva robots are part of a picking strategy called:
Picker to goods.
Racks to picker.
Goods to racks.
Goods to picker
In a picker-to-goods strategy, the picker spends most of his/her time:
traveling from one location to another.
What is the name of the practice that consists of requiring pickers to gather the items for several orders at once, but keep them separate in separate totes?
Pick to order
What is the picking technique that allows the picker to have both of his/her hands free while selecting goods?