PRESENT SYSTEMS CALLED OK FOR CROSS DOCKING

MONTREAL -- Cross docking doesn't necessarily require a huge investment in administrative and computer-support systems for distributors to get started and reap results."There's always concern as to what cross docking is going to do to existing computer systems," said Allan Kohl, senior partner at Kom International, a distribution and warehousing consulting firm here. He added that cross docking products

MONTREAL -- Cross docking doesn't necessarily require a huge investment in administrative and computer-support systems for distributors to get started and reap results.

"There's always concern as to what cross docking is going to do to existing computer systems," said Allan Kohl, senior partner at Kom International, a distribution and warehousing consulting firm here. He added that cross docking products can be done in a way that's compatible with the technology distributors are using

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