In retail terms, go-backs are items of merchandise which must be placed back on the store shelves. They usually accumulate during the store's open hours, and comprise a combination of returned items, items customers have decided not to purchase, and items store employees may have found left lying on the wrong shelf. Go-backs can often accumulate over several days because businesses, especially larger department stores, tend to have other priorities at the time and not enough employment to put the go-backs away. Sometimes referred to as Re-Shop, Put-Backs, misplaced, shop-backs, returns, abandons or left-behinds.
Belt Guide upgrades cylinder ironers and aging folders.(New Laundry Cross Folder Belt Guide Solves Tracking Troubles to Promote Consistent Folding, Cut Downtime and Reduce Go Backs)
Oct 11, 2010; Featuring proprietary rake design, Cross Folder Belt Guide helps each belt maintain its position without slipping, sliding, or...