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    #14997
    Mike
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    They are picking the items from their stock bins.

    Would be my guess.

    #15002
    John D Salt
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    AFAIK it’s the same word in the US of A. I don’t recall meeting the term until I worked in a warehouse.

    For more information than you could possibly want on the subject:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_picking

    All the best,

    John.

    #15006
    Etranger
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    I reckon it’s a typo for ‘In Packing”!

    #15014
    grizzlymc
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    or in poking, they underfilled the order so are using a razor blade to open the packaging and poke a few more in.
    Or in pecking – your order is feeding the chooks
    Or in Pekin – got your address wrong in 4D

    #15022
    Not Connard Sage
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    or in poking, they underfilled the order so are using a razor blade to open the packaging and poke a few more in. Or in pecking – your order is feeding the chooks Or in Pekin – got your address wrong in 4D

     

    Or porking. But we won’t go there…

    "I go online sometimes, but everyone's spelling is really bad. It's... depressing."

    #15037
    Cerdic
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    I worked in a warehouse for a few weeks once. I was a ‘picker’.

    Basically it means just what it says. You pick the items listed on the order and parcel them up ready for despatch!

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