Prepositions of Place
Use 'in' in a spatial sense:
The chargeback penalties were mostly a problem in New York city.
I'm removing these items in the warehouse from the quantity on hand.
Use 'into' when you move from one space into another space.
We moved the raw material into the factory.
My colleague went into the fire to save his puppy.
Use 'on' with one object is 'on' another object such as various surfaces:
We placed the RFID chip on the product before shipping.
That's a beautiful photograph of our research laboratory on the desk.
Use 'onto' to indicate movement when taking something from some place and putting it onto an object such as a table, countertop, etc.
I placed the commodity items from Safeway onto the counter.
I stuck the compliance label onto the shipping crate.
Use 'near' when an object is close to another object
The RFID reader is near the dock.
Our consumer goods are stored in front of the primary warehouse.
In Front Of
Use 'in front of' when an object is placed ahead of another object.
Louis sat down in front of the safety device.
That's the design team for our line of consumer packaged goods in front of the Matterhorn.
Use 'between' when one object is in the middle of two other objects.
Bob stood between the foreman and the manager as they discussed the safety lead time they'd need.
The contract warehouse is between the consignment inventory warehouse and the main road.