"storage" refers to the process of preserving and protecting goods, materials, and products until they are ready to be used or sold. It encompasses a wide range of activities, including warehousing, inventory management, and distribution.

Examples of storage in an industrial context include:

  • Warehouse storage for finished products or raw materials
  • Cold storage for perishable goods such as food and pharmaceuticals
  • Container storage for goods being transported by ship
  • Tank storage for liquids such as oil, gas, and chemicals
  • Silo storage for grain and other agricultural products
  • Automated storage systems in manufacturing plants.

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