Inventories can reach many millions of dollars. You need a good warehouse to store, keep and protect all those millions of dollars. Successful warehouses often employ full-time warehouse managers, but professionals can be hired in to assess your requirements. Tracking all movements and gives insight into who is travelling where, what's most popular and what changes would improve efficiency. Knowing what you have and how much you have are the keys to proper warehousing management. We will explore the various methods to achieve record accuracy and successful cycle counting. Efficient Warehouse Operation and Management gives a cutting edge to most organizations as it monitors progress through the warehouse. As a result, organizations are constantly trying to find ways to improve performance, productivity and warehouse operations to gain maximum efficiency for minimum cost and overall customer satisfaction. This course as a key part of the trainee participants on best practices for data collection on the physical warehouse infrastructure, materials, inventory as well as defining the strategies required to operate the warehouse. In this course, we will discuss the best and the latest methods to store and protect high value inventories. We will also discuss the best characteristics of a modern warehouse.
By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
Those involved in warehousing (store) activities, both at the operational and supervisory levels. The course is also appropriate for anyone interested to know more about the interaction between warehousing and other materials management functions (purchasing, inventory control and distribution).
Integrated Logistics and the role of the warehouse in the supply chain
Decisions about lay-out
Functioning of the warehouse
WMS and Cost Control
Step towards a performing warehouse operation
Steps towards a well
performing warehouse operation