Public warehouse

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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A blaze has erupted in a public warehouse in Salmabad.
As a key player in Kenyas coffee supply chain, Bollor Logistics has the largest public warehouse licensed by the Coffee Board of Kenya and currently handles over 54% of Kenyas coffee.
Well established, wholesale to the public warehouse furniture outlets with increasing sales in all 3 locations
Building the Second Biggest Cross-border Bonded Public Warehouse in Shanghai
Jafza-based Royal Industries (Uttam Group) has been appointed as worldwide distributor for "The Taste of Thai" branded Thai rice by the Public Warehouse Organisation (PWO), a state enterprise under the Ministry of Commerce, Thailand.
The public warehouse also contains a 38,000-square-foot refrigerated loading dock with 16 dock doors.
In many cities, distributors rent space in a public warehouse and conduct their business from there rather than build their own facility.
Under SB 31, Laws 2005, effective for tax years beginning after 2005, the sale of goods from a public warehouse are not thrown back to Oregon when the taxpayer's only activities in the state are limited to storage of goods in the public warehouse and solicitation of sales of the taxpayer's products.
Instead of being one guy among forty in a public warehouse, a company is THE GUY in a contract warehouse," he said.
Likewise, ownership of real property in a state, inventory in a public warehouse or in the hands of a distributor or other nonemployee representative, if used to fill orders, creates exposure.
Darwin believed a public warehouse would be better able to handle EDI constraints and other shipping issues.
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