Transport is the movement of the goods from one point to the other. It is considered as part of logistics.
The technique of transporting inventory which are grouped into small batches at one go is known as batch picking.
This one could be framed as: “Why did you decide to work here?” or even “You've been at this company a while, what keeps you motivated by being here?” You can learn a lot about the company culture as well as its structure this way. Plus, it gives you a break from talking about yourself.
Yes, it's a question you should ask, even if you shouldn't ask it first. Ask all of the questions about the job first, then lead into the question of pay.
The essence of this question is to test your composure, ability to solve problems and staying true to the task, even in unfavorable conditions. Give an example of a time where you were faced with a challenge and what you did to remedy the situation. In the process, highlight how you were calm and in control till everything was okay.
Medical insurance, time off, home time, disability coverage, 401(k) matching; these are all important factors in whether you should accept a job or continue looking for a new one.
Reverse Logistics is the collection of all processes that come into play for goods that move in the reverse directions which means transportation of goods customer to the business.
Doesn't necessarily mean you won't be comfortable or happy in the position offered. But does mean that you're hungry. That you would be willing to work up in the company. And that they might be hiring someone who will go the distance with them. Try to emphasize your enthusiasm about the company itself.
The interview is actually the prime time to ask this question. Again, it shows your forward thinking and your desire to excel and exceed their expectations. It also gives you a great blueprint for how to render yourself an asset as quickly as possible-much better than a vague idea of the tasks required and the typical workload.
Questions such as this one are asked with the aim of getting you to discuss some of your qualities, perhaps hidden that you wouldn't have mentioned if you weren't asked.
“Well, my colleagues will tell you they can count on me. They will tell you that I am a team player and someone they enjoy working with.”