Public warehouse

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Public warehouse

Storage facility operated by an independent warehouse company on its own premises.

Public Warehouse

A place used for storing inventory for sale in the future, where the warehouse is managed by the same company that owns it.
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8220;We don't have our hands tied by public warehouses and separate handlers,” says Eddie Jordhoy, sales manager.
2008 -- The National Assembly approves a draft bill establishing companies specializing in the development and construction of public warehouses and border exit points, and agrees on the privatization of Kuwait Airways Corporation.
Offering services in fields such as trucking, warehousing and third party logistics, National Freight Industries has nearly 60 trucking facilities nationwide and more than 14 million square feet of contract and public warehouses.
Packers frequently find it advantageous to maintain stocks of their products in key public warehouses throughout the nation.
Fees charged by public warehouses are based on such factors as the amount of space occupied, stackability, of items, inventory turns, and labor needs.
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) Chicago-area office says it will start safety inspections with a special focus on improving ergonomics this year in public warehouses in Ohio, Wisconsin and Illinois.
And more people will be needed to work in public warehouses that store products sold over the Internet.
A foreign corporation stores its inventory of food products in unaffiliated public warehouses throughout the U.
In an unusual move, which some observers see as a coming trend for chains and, in particular, for wholesalers, the distribution centers also will function as public warehouses for manufacturers and will serve as supply sources for retailers--both supermarkets and alternative formats.
C&H) of San Francisco, "Because of the enormous quantity of our products that filters through public warehouses, C&H only deals with facilities that have a high reputation for their sanitary handling of food in addition to a current certification as food grade warehouses.
These services are provided through a network of dedicated and public warehouses that are developed around customers' specific needs and requirements necessary to meet their supply chain objectives.
Traditional inventory models, or even the use of public warehouses, might be a better option for some.
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