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Overall, perishable tooling requires more careful planning and control than is possible with a simple reorder point system.
Michael Perkins, Owner of The Solution in Washington, states, "The process involved when our partners purchase and reorder products can be frustrating and time-consuming for both parties.
After extensive beta testing that yielded positive results and trouble-free operations, Cox Sanitation is planning to reorder additional Hydro Power Pak (HPP) units for its new fleet of trucks.
This reorder represents a commercial breakthrough for Pyrogenesis and plasma technology in general.
For example, if a customer prefers to pay monthly, they can set up Auto Reorder to have their contacts automatically shipped every month, and pay only when the order ships.
Rite Aid's reorder reflects the strong sales exhibited by drugstores throughout the country for our unique antacid table.
The no-change reorder module joins two other modules allowing consumers and financial institutions the convenience of placing orders via the Internet.
In an effort to make business-to-business transactions more efficient, Parker Reorder has published its XML schemas on Microsoft BizTalk Framework.
4 /PRNewswire/ -- Dimensional Visions Incorporated (OTC Bulletin Board: DVUI), a Phoenix based company and a leading provider of special value-added HALOGraphix ULTRA DV3D(R) Animotion(TM) product/packaging and marketing communication solutions today announced that it has received the first of many anticipated Pokemon Animotions(TM) reorders from Plymouth, Inc.
in October 2002," recalls AirWorks Division President, Ricky Frick, "and this reorder underscores the ongoing confidence and continued reliance of our flagship customer.
Each cabinet automatically tracks and reorders each item according to user-defined levels and, through iRISense(TM), associates the removal or replacement of each item with a particular clinician and patient, and can automatically alert clinicians when items are about to expire, or if they have recalled product on their shelves.