Gilbreths presented their proposal or system of process charting in 1921 (Annual meeting ASME 5 to 9 December 1921 at New York). They did not use the term flow process chart.
ASME used the terms flow process chart and operation process charts.
WORLD CLASS WAREHOUSING AND MATERIAL HANDLING  Timeless Insights for Planning and Managing 21st-Century Warehouse Operations
Number of Pages 242
Author Frazelle, Edward H., Ph.d.
Publication Date January, 1970
Written by one of today's recognized logistics thought leaders, this comprehensive resource provides authoritative answers on such topics as: The seven principles of world-class warehousing Warehouse activity profiling Warehouse performance measures Warehouse automation and computerization Receiving and put away Storage and retrieval operations Picking and packing Humanizing warehouse operations
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Case studies from Avon, Ford, Xerox, True Value Hardware, and others detail how today's most innovative logistics and supply chain managers are arriving at proven solutions to a wide variety of warehousing challenges. Topics discussed include: Warehouse activity profiling--for identifying causes of information and material flow problems and pinpointing opportunities for improvement Warehouse performance measures--for monitoring, reporting, and benchmarking warehouse performance Storage and retrieval system selection--for improving storage density, handling productivity, and trade-offs in required capital investment Order picking strategies--for improving the productivity and accuracy of order fulfillment Computerizing warehousing operations--for profiling activity, monitoring performance, and simplifying operations
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