Canadian Bearings optimizes the entire supply process from the point of manufacture to the point of use.
What does POM stand for?
POM stands for Point of Manufacture
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We have 160 other meanings of POM in our Acronym Attic
- Pick Off Mirror
- Picture of the Moment
- Piece of Me (song)
- Piece Of Mind (Iron Maiden album)
- Pile of Meat (gaming reference)
- Plan of the Month
- Plane of Mischief
- Planning and Operational Maintenance
- Playmate of the Month
- Pluggable Optical Module (Cisco)
- Polarized Optical Microscopy
- Polyacetal Engineering Polymers (plastics)
- Polycyclic Organic Matter
- Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea - Jackson (Airport Code)
- Portée Optique Météorologique (French: meteorological optical range)
- Possession Of Marijuana
- Post Overseas Movement
- Postal Operations Manual
- Potential Monitor
Samples in periodicals archive:
The San Fernando Valley is a major point of manufacture and distribution, he added.
Implementation of COP at point of manufacture is possible through a Joint Marketing Agreement between IDX and Dallas Semiconductor.
Carrefour's source-tagging strategy to help protect merchandise at the point of manufacture will tap into Checkpoint's global network and provide a benchmark for other global retailers who collectively lost $38 billion to shrinkage last year (Source: European Retail Theft Barometer No 5, published by the Centre for Retail Research).
Founded in 1977, the company was created to provide world-class service and total logistics support, providing all of the physical aspects of arranging the handling and movement of products from the point of manufacture or purchase to the final customer.
Under the terms of the agreement: --Samsung will embed Vimio's Audio and Video Codec's in mobile phones at point of manufacture.
RFID-enabled processes such as tagging at the point of manufacture, tag and ship operations, shipping and receiving verification, asset tracking and inventory management all generate data that must be managed efficiently across multiple facilities in order to achieve the full benefit of RFID.
This provides I/A Series systems with a very high degree of protection from plant disruptions caused by software virus outbreaks beginning right from the point of manufacture through system setup, configuration, acceptance testing, commissioning, and day-to-day process control operations.