Type
Crossword
Description

Mascot of Ernest Packaging Solutions Pallet Guy
CEO of Ernest Packaging Solutions Charles
How many divisions of Ernest Packaging Solutions Twelve
What Ernest Packaging Solutions sells Packaging
Another word for cardboard Corrugated
Videos of corrugated items Cardboard Chaos
Brother that the company is named after Ernest
President of Ernest Packaging Solutions Tim
General Manager in Reno Ernest Packaging Solutions Trevor
Director of Operations in Reno Ernest Packaging Solutions Anne
Manager of merchandising in Reno Ernest Packaging Solutions Holly
Manager of Client Coordinators in Reno Ernest Packaging Solutions Jodi
Manager of Warehouse in Reno Ernest Packaging Solutions Eric
A popping item we sell Bubble
A soft item we sell Foam

Costco Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

demos
register
journeys
freezer
pallet jack
dock
upgrade
steel
safety
merchandising
Kirkland
front end
depot
wholesale
shrink wrap
receiving
membership
forklift
member
warehouse
supervisor
savings
pallets
manager
inventory
bulk

Vocabulary Words ch1 Supply Chain Logistics (CLA) Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Farms and Mines Raw Material Providers
Manufacturing or Factories Production Facilities
Airlines/drones/ships/trucks/trains Transportation
network used to deliver products or services from raw materials to customers Supply Chain
world wide supply Global Supply Chain
mines or farms products to production Raw materials Inventory
Inventory currently being processed Work-In-Process (WIP)
inventory ready to ship or package Finished goods Inventory
inventory shipped to customer In-Transit Inventory
what the customer wants/ where../ when…/ why…/ how shipped Customer Interaction
quantity of goods for sale Supply
Most critical/ identify and expecting acquisition of goods Receiving
Assigning product to specific location warehouse Stocking
Activity to administratively process a customer's order Assembly products from various locations for a specific order Order Processing
order process Picking
Materials surrounding an time to protect from damage full case has no packaging requirement Packing
determined by customer Shipping
Just in time process transfer form incoming dock to outgoing dock Goods-In Bay
Just in time Goods-out Bay
process of moving items directly from an incoming trailer or container to an outgoing trailer or container. Cross-docking
A need for a particular item Demand
Warehouse with finished goods Distribution Center
identification SKU (Stock Keeping Unit)
Mathematically measure of efficiency Productivity

Your friends from Dunder Mifflin Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This person likes Jim Halpert Pam
This person likes tuna sandwiches Jim
This person is the silly boss Michael
This person owns a beet farm Dwight
This person talks a lot Kelly
This person likes cats Angela
This person is a young guy who wants to be a businessman Ryan
This person is the Dunder Mifflin manager that lives in NYC Jan
This person calls Jim "tuna" Andy
This persons last name is Malone Kevin
This person took Michael's job and made Michael make create his own paper company Charles
This person is married to Bob Vance Phyllis
This person is good at Spanish Oscar
This person is not liked by Michael Toby
This person is very old Creed
This person had red hair Meredith
This person likes crossword puzzles Stanley
This person worked in the warehouse and then got a job in the office Darryl
This person was the HR person after Toby Holly
This person is a guy who works for Sabre Gabe
This person is the CEO of Sabre Jo
This person is Michael's nephew Luke

Managerial Accounting Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Provide a service to customers or clients Service Companies
Costs that cannot be traced to the cost object Indirect Costs
A cost that has the potential to influence a decision Relevant Costs
Putting a plan into action Implementing
Refers to the "hands on" labor that can be directly and conveniently traced to the product Direct Labor
The future oriented part of the management cycle Planning
Are associated with running the overall business General & Administrative Expenses
Includes the major material inputs that can be directly and conveniently traced to each unit of the product Direct Materials
Information that is aimed at external users Financial Accounting
Costs that can be directly and reasonably traced to the cost object Direct Costs
The costs that stay the same, in total, regardless of activity level Fixed Costs
Direct materials + Direct labor= Prime Costs
Period expenses because they are expensed during the period incurred Period Costs
Any item we want to know the cost of Cost object
Is an emerging area of accounting that is aimed at providing managers with a broader set of information to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders Sustainability Accounting
Final step in the management process Controlling
Sell goods that manufacturers produce Merchandising Companies
Are incurred to get the final products to the customer Marketing expenses
Purchase raw materials from suppliers and convert them into finished products Manufacturing Firms
A cost that does not have the potential to influence a decision Irrelevant Costs
Represent all the costs associated with producing or manufacturing a physical product Manufacturing Costs
Information that is aimed at internal users Managerial Accounting
Includes all manufacturing costs other than direct materials and direct labor incurred to produce a physical product Manufacturing Overhead
The cost of NOT doing something Opportunity Cost
Costs that change, in total, in direct proportion to changes in activity levels Variable Costs

McDonald's Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

When was McDonald’s founded? 1940
The burger that made McDonald's famous? BigMac
Foreign potato sticks Frenchfries
What type of mixer did Ray Kroc sell to the mcdonalds brothers? milkshake
I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, WE ALL SCREAM FOR... Ice cream
It comes with a toy Happy meal
When did Ray Kroc join the company as a franchise agent? 1955
The McDonald brothers originally got into the fast food business selling which tasty items? Hot dogs
What sandwich was invented in 1962 by Mcdonalds? Filet-o-Fish
From 2003 to 2007, McDonald's purchased 59 percent more of which popular ingredient? Chicken
Who was the original McDonald's mascot? Speedee

Quality Cross word puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the Quality Manager Amy Killen
What do you lift product with Reach Truck
Who is the General Manager Tim Robinson
Who is the Safety Manager Cory Rogers
What goes around a pallet stretch wrap
What do you load on a truck Undamaged Product
Who is responsible for Housekeeping Everyone
Product should be loaded squarely on a Pallet
What beverage is allowed in the Warehouse Water
What should you do at an intersection Stop and honk

Floral Design Tools Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Used to secure floral foam in container Anchor tape
Provides support and stability for stems; holds water for fresh cut flowers oasis
where a note may be witten and attached to a floral arrangement enclosure card
widest ribbon used for large bows and homecoming mums #40ribbon
used to cut floral material ONLY stem cutter
narrow piece of wire wooden picks
tool used for many different things in floral design glue gun
tools used to hold enclosed card in an arrangement cardette
provides a small amount of water to flowers; pointed end that sticks into foam water picks
attaches to flowers to give length and strength to stems metal picks
used to hold funeral arrangements wire easel
provides support and stability for stems; typically used dry dry foam
base used in a casket spray arrangement casket saddle
used to cut floral wire wire cutter
used to cut floral plant material floral knife
used for replacing natural stems for corsages, binding stems for hand-tied bouquets chenille stems
used as a base for a wrist corsage wrist corsage holder
used as a base and handle for bouquet arrangements nosegay holder
used to attach corsages to clothing corsage pin
18 inches long; comes in different gages florist wire
used for corsage work and small bows #3 ribbon
used when packaging flowers for selling cellophane
used to attach metal picks to dry or silk flowers pick machine
used to cover wires and stems of corsages and boutonniere work; paper coated with paraffin or wax floral tape
holds water and is used for boxed flowers water tubes
used to attach boutonnieres to clothing boutonniere pin
used for things like Homecoming mums and potted plants #9 ribbon

Safety! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Where staff meet when we have to evacuate the store. Muster Station
Avoiding injuries at the workplace through proper_____ Ergonomics
Sheet used for information on product usage and spillage is known as _____ MSDS
What do you page in case of a fire? Code 22F
The practice of following certain rules and procedures to prevent the contamination of food. Food Sanitation
It is a comprehensive plan for providing information on the safe use of hazardous materials in the workplace. WHMIS
______ is an area of concern with the health, safety and welfare of people in the workplace. OHS
_______ refers to protective clothing, helmets, goggles, gloves or other garments and equipment designed to protect the employees body from injury. PPE
What must you wear anytime you do work outside? Reflective Vest
This should always be used when cutting product in departments. Kevlar Glove
This must be done to ensure employee safety when cleaning or repairing a piece of equipment. Lockout
This form must always be filled out when there is any injury in the workplace. Incident Report
Only _____ that limit blade extensions, are to be used to open boxes/strapping. Case Cutter
Under no circumstances should these be blocked. Emergency Exits
All _____must be placed on sturdy wooden pallets and stored individually. Cardboard boxes
All areas of the store are clear and free of _____. Debris

L O G I S T I C S Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Pearson whose job is moving goods on and off ships. DOCKER
Take goods to the person who ordered them. DELIVER
Supply ............. Management CHAIN
Metal box being used for a transport of the packaged cargo. CONTAINER
The motor vehicle intended for the carriage of cargo. LORRY
Device popularly called the lift, ranked among the biggest working machines. CRANE
Repacking and the shipment directly from the magazine to the recipient without additional storing goods. CROSS-DOCKING
A period of time by which something is late or postponed DELAY
Little vehicle designed for reloading goods, equipped with the lift. FORKLIFT
Easily broken, shattered, or damaged; delicate. FRAGILE
A person who organises the carriage of cargo. FORWARDER
a raised platform, intended for the transfer operation and storing goods. PALLET
Point of ....... ORIGIN
Something that is shipped. SHIPMENT
A large van or wagon pulled by an automobile, truck, or tractor, used especially in hauling freight by road. TRAILER
A craft for traveling on water, now usually one larger than an ordinary rowboat; a ship or boat. VESSEL
A building, or a part of one, for the storage of goods, merchandise, etc. WAREHOUSE
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING – planowanie zasobów przedsiębiorstwa ERP
A person who transports determined goods for the relevant recipients. SUPPLIER
A government building or office, as at a seaport, for collecting customs, clearing vessels, etc. CUSTOM-HOUSE
Goods which are transported. CARGO
the wheeled vehicles of a railroad, including locomotives, freight cars, and passenger cars. ROLLING STOCK
POD - Point of ............. DELIVERY
FULL ........ LOAD TRUCK
The line that separates one country, state, province, etc., from another. BORDER
..... of goods; ..... of information; ..... of money FLOW

Internal Trade Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

buying and selling within the boundaries. Internal Trade
buying and selling in large quantities. Wholesale trade
sale of goods and services directly to consumers. RETAILTRADE
traders who do not have a fixed place of business Itinerant retailers
oldest form of retailers in the market place Peddlers and hawkers
found at places where huge floating population gathers. Street traders
independent shops of a temporary nature Heap Jacks
found in a local market and residential areas. General stores
these retail stores specialise in the sale of a specific line of products Speciality Shops
These shops deal in secondhand or used goods. Second hand goods shop
sell their merchandise through mail. Mail Order houses
managed and controlled by consumers themselves. Consumer cooperative stores