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stockroom

a room in which a stock of goods is kept, as in a shop or factory
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During this time it may be necessary for our shop staff to refuse donated items if taking them means that their stockrooms are too full.
Additional Deputy Commissioner, Irshad Sodair told media after action that six persons were held while six of their stockrooms were also closed down for creating artificial crisis.
Delivery hip replacements and knee, cement and kits for mixing and administration of cement with the creation of stockrooms and lending instruments in an amount which is specified in Annex 3 to the ToR, on the principles of storing and lending given in Annex 4 to the SETC.
Two men then climb inside the stockroom but a locked door stopped them from entering the main shop floor.
The banned drugs were kept in a stockroom 100 metres from the pharmacy and hidden in the upper rack, he said.
Below market rent, clean stockrooms & excellent website.
The move is to ensure products get from stockrooms to shelves more quickly after a pounds 3billion shake-up of its distribution and computer network.
The heroin was discovered by two narcotics sniffer dogs in the stockrooms of three launderettes in Copenhagen, hidden between the soap powder and fabric softener.
PDAs are supplanting the conventional mobile data collection and display devices found in inventory applications ranging from shipping through picking and receiving, raw materials and finished goods, toolrooms and stockrooms. With built-in barcode scanning technology, PDAs help keep physical inventory information current and available.
Just ask Bill Rini, Gary Altgilbers, and other Lockheed team members who consolidated 38 shop floor stockrooms into one storage and order picking area that feeds a 77-acre facility.