Definicja partial load cross-docking
A cross-docking technique for moving part of an inbound load to fulfill outbound demand. In such a case, one load can serve several outbound demands.
In partial load cross-docking, the inbound load is transferred to an intermediate location, such as a packing or picking station, with any remaining quantity usually being placed in warehouse storage.
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