Maximum product exposure - facility layout, Operation Management

Maximum Product Exposure - Facility Layout 

In layout of retail stores, basic purchases and check-out stations are often positioned remote from the shop entrance, obliging the customer to walk past displays of other more profitable products, which they may be enticed to buy.

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