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2018 - Group 11 | A warehouse AS/RS implementation at UPS Logistics

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Group Members: Christopher Boucquey, Geoffrey Emmett, Ravkirat Kang, Karan Pandya UPS is an international shipping and delivery company. At their David Hunting Drive facility in Mississauga, they provide third-party logistics and storage solutions for their business clients. Currently, the process to retrieve items from the warehouse is time-consuming and represents a potential area for improvement. By adjusting the layout of the warehouse and using automated technology, the warehouse will be able to operate at a higher level of efficiency with lower costs while meeting customers’ demand.
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