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LIFO (Last In First Out) is an order picking principle in which the last goods stored are retrieved first. This storage strategy is used for example for goods in a channel warehouse.


Last In First Out

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Order picking


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