fixed location storage

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An organized method of storage that places a product in a specific, pre-defined location that does not change. Fixed location storage dictates that a given stock-keeping unit (SKU) must always be stored in its assigned space even if there is available storage space elsewhere in the warehouse. This method has the advantage of making items easy to find, but is not always the most space-efficient method of storage. Opposite of random location storage.