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Thread! De nieuwe Warehouse Totaal ligt komende dinsdag op de mat! Wat kun je verwachten? Onder meer: hoe fietsenfabrikant Van Raam een optimale inrichting en routing heeft weten te creëren, hoe de vriezerdeuren van Rite-Hite voor zo weinig mogelijk ijs en condensvorming (1/4)
zorgen bij een visfabrikant in Urk en je leest het verhaal achter het dc van De Voedselbank in Delft.
Verder: het volautomatische dc van AGF-specialist Van Gelder in Ridderkerk, de samenwerking tussen MotracLinde en Reesink Logistic Solutions, gamification (2/4)
orderpicken met sensoren en natuurlijk columns van Jan Hommes (BMWT) en hoofdredacteur Martijn Reintjes.
Nog niet geabonneerd op Warehouse Totaal? Lees hier over de mogelijkheden (bit.ly/2Gmbxnc) of bekijk onze preview: bit.ly/2nON9Xy (3/4)
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Been reading a bunch of Annual Reports last few days. Creating this thread to capture and share interesting tidbits from the ones I am reading this season. Will be updated on an ongoing basis next few weeks.

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2. Few bluechips have reported their #EconomicValueAdded (EVA), a good measure of shareholder value creation. HUL AR does a great job of explaining details. EVA as % avg capital employed over a period of time can be a good leading indicator. Pidilite also shares EVA details
3. Chairman's letter+MD&A section of top 2/3 key players provide great overview of economy and sector dynamics.
Few suggested section reads are HUL, Kotak, PEL, Sterlite Tech, Everest Ind+Visaka, Godrej Prop, OCCL, Hikal, Aavas, RBL, L&T Infotech, Zydus Wellness.

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Has anyone else noticed supermarkets putting in old school high racking? Extra shelving for unopened stock over the racks? Two of my locals have done this in last 2 weeks
This is something I haven't seen in British supermarkets since I worked for Kwikkies back in 1996-1998
We used to have an extra, heavy weight layer of shelving above the ones customers use, loaded with cases of stock. During trading you'd walk the floor pulling out cardboard from the shelves and pulling stock forwards
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