warehouser


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Synonyms for warehouser

a workman who manages or works in a warehouse

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Latin America's largest shipbuilder and shipper and warehouser of petroleum and its derivatives, among them natural gas, bulk oil products and ethanol, Transpetro has seen its fleet over the past decade shrink to 51 ships from 74.
For example, the warehouser might be a reinsurer that writes contracts to help primary insurers hedge mortality risk.
Serving nearly 12,000 members with farming interests in 10 states across the mid-South and Southeast, Staplcotn is not only the oldest and largest of four major cotton marketing co-ops in the U.S., but it is also the largest cotton warehouser. As Gene Stansel, Staplcotn's vice president of human resources, puts it, "20 to 25 percent of the raw cotton market in the United States goes through little Greenwood." That success has made Staplcotn an important employer for Greenwood, but not enough to make a difference.
As the country expanded westward and rural outpost communities proliferated, economic inter-dependency--among producer, warehouser, merchant, and consumer--made the position and practices of the railroads all-pervasive in importance.
Sharing the podium with Gavin was Christopher Geiger, a founder and member of the management team at Tessera Enterprise Systems, Boston, a data warehouser and data miner.
These figures were adjusted to 90% and 95% respectively from 1995 onwards with the rejoining of IARW by the major warehouser AmeriCold Logistics.
Historically, when the business was simpler, the distributor was a warehouser and delivery company, doing a little bit of selling.
The anchor is American Cold Storage, a processor and warehouser of frozen-food items, which built a 80,000-square-foot facility and employs about 35 people, says Jim Holderread, director of the Warrick County Department of Economic Development.
Terry Sloat of The Annex, in Hayward, California, the largest coffee warehouser on the West Coast, points out that insurance and other costs are higher with the certification.
Given the fact that the job of warehouser is rather low in complexity, the low correlation between cognitive ability and performance is not surprising.
The contract warehouser may even build and equip a distribution center that is designed to handle the specific products of a single customer.
Odmark, CPA, controller of Dry Storage Corp., a warehouser and distributor in Des Plaines, Illinois, believes a reduction in the capital gains tax rate currently offers the most benefit to industry because it would "encourage investments in business rather than in tax shelters." While he believes a restoration of the ITC would be beneficial, he thinks its impact would be lessened for many industries because of overcapacity.
In her model, Gapen presents additional descriptors for the roles of librarians: designer of information/ knowledge systems, educator, researcher, problem-solver/synthesizer, navigator, finder, technician, and warehouser.n As more information becomes available through the virtual library, job functions will continue to evolve.
Your suppliers say you're growing so quickly that it's hard for them to carry on as both supplier, advertiser, and warehouser, and to keep up with all the changes that you've brought to retailing.