Warehouse makes reference to a place where goods are stored for a certain period of time.

-see also:
"Warehouse" is in the NAICS Code "45291"
  Warehouse Clubs and Superstores

"Warehouse" is in the UNSPSC Code "24102102"
  Warehouse carousels
Ref: 120928/2006-09-22

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Warehouse club (Warehouse club is described as a giant store that ...)
Handled (From General-Merchandise Warehouse)
Field Warehouse (A warehouse on the property of the owner of the ...)
Refrigerated Warehouse (A warehouse that is used to store perishable ...)
container warehouse (container warehouse refers to a commercial ...)

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