Human factors in order picking: a content analysis of the literature

@inproceedings{Grosse2017HumanFI,
  title={Human factors in order picking: a content analysis of the literature},
  author={Eric H. Grosse and Christoph H. Glock and W. Patrick Neumann},
  year={2017}
}
Order picking (OP) is one of the most labour- and time-intensive processes in internal logistics. Over the last decades, researchers have developed various mathematical planning models that help to increase the efficiency of OP systems, for example, by optimising storage assignments or by specifying routes for the order pickers that minimise travel distance in the warehouse. Human characteristics that are often a major determinant of OP system performance have, however, widely been ignored in… CONTINUE READING

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