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FIFO (First In First Out) is an order picking principle in which goods that were put into storage first (oldest stock) are also retrieved first. The selection of the stocks to be removed is done by the WMS. This storage strategy is used for example for goods in drive-through racks.


First In First Out

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Core functions

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Order picking


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en/begriffe/fifo.txt · Last modified: 17/08/2022 (external edit)