The Logistics Handbook encompasses all of the latest advances in warehousing and distribution. It provides invaluable qhow toq problem-solving tools and techniques for all the ever-increasing logistical problems managers face -- making it the most complete and authoritative handbook to date. Special features include: * The most in-depth coverage of a wide range of topics, including information systems, benchmarking, and environmental issues * Contributions found nowhere else from the leading executives, consultants, and academics in the field, such as C. John Langley, James Heskett, and David Anderson * State of the art graphics * Information-packed appendixes of logistics publications and organizations This all-inclusive reference will enable the next generation of managers to thoroughly integrate their logistics operations at all levels -- strategic, structural, functional, and implementation -- into a comprehensive logistics strategy.Interleaved 2 of 5 Code: A compact, numeric-only code still used in a number of applications where encoding is not required. ... of the numeric-character set, 6 unique control characters, and four unique stop/start characters that can be used to distinguish different item classifications. ... for shipping container identification.
|Author||:||James F. Robeson|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 1994-07-01|