Gettysburg, Waterloo and Automation: High-Tech Distribution at a Crossroads

Historians tell us momentous battles often happen at a crossroads. A recent visit to Gettysburg drove home the point — the town square is intersected by four highways. What’s more, in Civil War times the town had eight major roads coming in from all directions. Now take a look at Napoleon’s Waterloo — it was conveniently located at the intersection of the Brussels-Namur Roads — a crossroads. Battles and crossroads go together like Napoleon and shoe lifts.

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