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Articles from Modern Materials Handling (November 1, 1995)

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'Our new labeling software is a huge time saver.'(Interlake Material Handling Div.) 281
'With bar codes we accurately fill 25 orders at a time.'(General Tool & Supply) 816
A selection guide to returnable containers. Auguston, Karen 569
Bar codes save cosmetics firm $300,000. Dennison, Avery 270
Beware of quick software repairs. Cullinane, Thomas P. 394
Breakthrough solutions in automated case handling. St. Onge, Arthur 377
Business stays bullish on capital spending, investing 9.4% more in '95. Delano, Daryl 342
Does continuos improvement inhibit innovation? Kulwiec, Raymond A. Editorial 261
Efficient channel integration: cutting costs in distribution. 678
Electronic data interchange slashes order turnaround time by 70%. 305
Huge AGV handles 30-ft rolls weighing 15,000 lb easily, safely. 362
Improving data management at one warehouse after another. Forger, Gary 735
ISO 9000 certified: to be or not to be? 643
Less automation means more productivity at Sun. Feare, Tom 1419
Linking ADC to information systems. 327
Narrow-aisle conversion boosts storage capacity 33%. 873
New manufacturing software relies on real-time data. 292
Reduce the risks in your dock 'danger zones.' Feare, Tom 1287
UPS starts world's premiere cross-docking operation. Forger, Gary Cover Story 854
Versatile, automated case handling for uniform or mixed loads. 360

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