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The integration of service operations into the distribution systems of fresh fruit and vegetables


, : The integration of service operations into the distribution systems of fresh fruit and vegetables. Acta Horticulturae (55): 339-344

This paper deals with the problem of integrating the storage, conditioning and prepacking processes into the distribution system as a whole. Costs can be considerably reduced by the rationalization of the location of these processes.

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