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yacca

(ˈjækə) or

yacka

n
(Plants) Austral another word for grass tree1
[from a native Australian language]
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Noun1.yacca - West Indian evergreen with medium to long leaves
genus Podocarpus, Podocarpus - evergreen trees or shrubs; sometimes classified as member of the family Taxaceae
conifer, coniferous tree - any gymnospermous tree or shrub bearing cones
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Pronounced Ak Yacka, it sounds like a new, noisy dance craze, but the only music it makes is soft and easy on the ear.
The best picking operations I've seen are lightly integrated with both upstream and downstream operations," says John Yacka, a systems designer with Gross & Associates.
Given that more goods are going directly from the warehouse to the consumer, Yacka says more and more DCs are providing value-added services such as gift wrapping options, product customization, and monogramming.
Our thanks to Jim Apple of The Progress Group, Louis Serny of Sedlak Management Consultants, John Yacka of Gross & Associates and Steve Trommer of Trommer & Associates for sharing the expertise gained from their many years in materials handling, and also for gathering additional great ideas from members of their own design staffs.
It may be easier than you think, says John Yacka, a systems designer with consulting company Gross & Associates.
A senior consultant with Gross & Associates, Yacka has worked on distribution operations that handle everything from toys to appliances to wristwatches.
We do lots of work with the 3PLs, and one of their major objectives is to limit the amount of capital investment that they put into their facilities," says John Yacka, a systems designer with the consulting company Gross & Associates.