Warehousing sentence example
- In 1836 it was made a free warehousing port, and in 1837 the capital of a small adjacent district.
- Deposit, especially warehousing of grain, was charged for at one-sixtieth.
- It also works coal-fields at Yentai and Fushun; has a line of steamers plying between Tairen and Shanghai; and engages in enterprises of electricity, warehousing and the management of houses and lands within zones 50 Ii (17 m.) wide on either side of the line.
- It is equally applicable in an environment where there are no machines or process, just people carrying out assembly tasks or warehousing.
- He also cosponsors with the University of Chicago and Penn State University a certified series of courses on data warehousing and business intelligence.Advertisement
- The WinRMIS will provide a centralized database for stock control, warehousing, purchasing, distribution and merchandising.
- The port facilities were expanded, including new dry docks and additional warehousing for the handling of grain.
- Incorporating all areas of freight forwarding including warehousing, logistics, air, road, ocean and fully integrated supply chain solutions.
- Overhead Cranes These are only found in fairly specialized warehousing operations such as metal stockholders.
- Additionally, the Humber Sea Terminal offers fully bonded contract warehousing and transportation facilities as well as the traditional wharfage facility.Advertisement
- By 1956, Kirsch was expanding to a second plant in Sturgis containing 250,000 square feet of warehousing and assembly space.
- By contrast, drop shipping is a procedure used in the warehousing and retail world wherein customers order a product from a retailer, but they have the product delivered to them directly from the wholesaler.
- For imports the price does not include customs duties, cost of transport, insurance, warehousing, &c., incurred after the frontier is passed.
- Moreover, expenditure in the port which is incurred in protecting the cargo as in warehousing it, is by English practice treated as a charge to be borne by the cargo for whose benefit it was incurred.
- In 1847 the Birkenhead Dock Warehousing Company opened its first warehouse, capable of holding 80,000 tons of goods.Advertisement