work flow work flow


  • (n) progress (or rate of progress) in work being done


  1. The factory has been designed so that new production processes can be added to the assembly line at any time without disrupting the work flow.
  2. That would interrupt his work flow.
  3. Clothes waiting to be altered lie in heaps on the floor, and the work flow is poor because his 1,400-sq.


  1. Computer glitch grounds 250 flights

    A computer glitch forced Southwest Airlines to ground 250 flights, the company said early Saturday. Flights already in the air were not affected by the glitch, which started late Friday night. Most flights resumed takeoff early Saturday after the airline resorted to a backup system. "Flights have started to depart, but employees are working through a manual process so their routine work flow is ...
    on June 22, 2013     Source: KSAT San Antonio

  2. Hermann Warehousing Triples Storage Capacity at NJ Warehouse to Meet Customer Demand

    In effort to pass along savings of space and work flow efficiencies to its warehouse customers, Hermann Services has completed a racking system renovation at its Dayton, New Jersey warehouse. Innovations in high density racking systems has helped Hermann Warehousing more than triple its storage capacity at the facility to nearly 25,000 pallet positions. (PRWeb June 20, 2013) Read the full story ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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