Quiz: Selector Assignment/Batch Labels

Now that you have completed the How to Read Batch Labels First Take training session online, please take a few minutes to complete this quiz.

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If you saw a case label with the number/letter combination B-745-1 at the top, in which aisle would you find your TARGET case?
45
7
1
B

If you see a label indicating that the next 1 label is an EACH or a BREAKER, what does that tell you to do?
To change aisles
To break open a case
To grab a single item from the box
Choices B and C

If you were to see a label with WEIGHT LABEL at the top of it, what would you be required to do to?
Grab an each
Voice in an item weight
Change aisles
Follow special instructions

If you were looking at a case label with 17-523-1 at the top, in which pick slot number would you find that item?
1
3
23
523

If you saw a case label with a line that reads KENS 4/1 GA which would best describe what you might be selecting?
A case of 6 bottles
A case for Ken's Restaurant
Four, one-gallon containers
A restaurant at 4th and 1st in Georgia

If you saw a label with the number/letter combo 08B written on the label, on which pallet would you be placing these cases?
The 0 pallet
The 8 Pallet
The B pallet
None of the above

Hint: Pallets are given letters.



True or false: If the case was located at CB-523-1, the product would be located at level 2, the second level of the racks off the ground.
True
False

True or false: Most pick labels will tell you the location, item description and pack size of the target case.
True
False

If on a label you saw the numbers that read '1 of 2' how many total cases would you be selecting for that customer?
1
2
3
None of the above

True or false: By reading the batch or assignment header label it will tell you how large your completed pallet will be.
True
False

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