Contract warehousing is a relatively new variation of commercial warehousing. In recent years, contract warehousing has been identified with growth and progress in the warehousing field. In the minds of many users and operators, contract warehousing is good, but the older format of public warehousing is bad.
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Ackerman, K.B. (1997). The Pros and Cons of Contract Warehousing. In: Practical Handbook of Warehousing. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-6013-5_3
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