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Publication in magazine Etail trends

March 15, 2016 2052 Views

A system in which the goods automatically come to them makes life easier for employees at Wehkamp’s DC in Zwolle. Meanwhile, in the new Bol.com distribution center, the order pickers are the ones doing all the walking. These are two completely different solutions, so which factors actually determine the optimal level of automation?

This article titled ‘Rushing around versus standing still’ has been written by Marcel te Lindert and published in Etail Trends, issue 2/2016, including input from one of Groenewout’s experts, Mo Lasgaa. To download this article (in Dutch only): Etail trends hollen of stilstaan

For more information about the publication, please contact Mo Lasgaa.

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