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  • 1. Warehouse  Management  System  (WMS)  Ø  Objec7ve  of  WMS  Ø  CCS  meaning    Ø  Warehouse  VS  Cargo  Terminal    Ø  Warehouse  facility                1)  Cranes                            2)  ForkliCs                3)  Pallets  Ø  Type  of  Warehouse    Ø  Warehouse  Management      AIR  CARGO  INDUSTRY  (WEEK  4)  2013@  By  A’  SONGKRAN  
  • 2. CCS  means  of  electronically  transmiVng  messages  between  airline,  shipper  ,warehouse  ,freight  forwarder,  carrier,  custom    and  cargo  agents  member.    
  • 3. Difference  between  Warehouse  and  Cargo  Terminal  ?    
  • 4. •  Cargo  terminal    ;airport  facility  warehouses  are  designed  for  the  loading  and  unloading  of  goods  directly    •  A  container  terminal  is  a  facility  where  cargo  containers  are  transshipped  between  different  transport  vehicles,  for  onward  transporta7on.    •  Interna7onal  Cargo  Terminal  is  located  inside  Customs  Free  Zone  (CFZ)  will  be  divided  into  4  zones:            1.  Express  Cargo  Zone          2.  Customers  Airline  Zone          3.  THAI  Cargo  &  Alliance  Zone      4.  Perishable  Zone  Cargo  terminal  Defini7on  
  • 5. Warehouse  Defini7on  1.  A  warehouse  is  a  commercial  building  for  storage  of  goods.    2.  Warehouses  are  used  by  manufacturers,  importers,  exporters,  wholesalers,  transport  businesses,  customs,  etc.  3.   They  are  usually  large  plain  buildings  in  industrial  areas  of  ci7es  and  towns  and  villages.    4.  They  usually  have  loading  docks  to  load  and  unload  goods  from  trucks.  Then,  designed  for  air/sea  link    5.  Some7mes  warehouses  are  designed  for  the  loading  and  unloading  of  goods  directly  from  railways,  airports,  or  seaports.    6.  They  oCen  have  cranes  and  forkliCs  for  moving  goods,  which  are  usually  placed  on  ISO  standard  pallets  loaded  into  pallet  racks.  
  • 6. Difference  between  Warehouse  and  Cargo  Terminal  ?    Source:  FedEx  Warehouse  
  • 7. 1  :  Staonary  Crane  ปนจั่นชนิดอยูกับที่                                            2:  Mobile  Crane    ปนจั่นชนิดเคลื่อนที่  แบงออกเปน 2 ประเภท=  
  • 8. FORKLIFTS    
  • 9. Pallets  :ISO  
  • 10. Maximize  of  Pallets  
  • 11. Type  of  Warehouse  Dividing  1)  Physiology  :  *  Warehouse  func7on  *  Storage  and  shipping  Warehouse  *  Automa7on  and  op7miza7on  Warehouse  *  Modern  trends  Warehouse  *  Cool  Warehouse  (Cold  WH)    2)  U7lity  :  *Public  Warehouse  :  Free  Zone    *Private  Warehouse  :  DHL,FedEx,UPS,BFS  *Bonded  Warehouses  :          1)  Property  for  Commerce  Service            2)  Third-­‐Party  Bonded  for  Commerce  Service      
  • 12. Property  for  Commerce  Service    
  • 13. Property  for  Commerce  Service  Free  Zone  inside    
  • 14. Public  Warehouse    
  • 15. Private  Warehouse    
  • 16. TMS:  transport  management  system    Bonded  Warehouses    
  • 17. 3PL  :Third-­‐Party  Bonded  Warehouses    
  • 18. 3PL  :Third-­‐Party  Bonded  Warehouses    
  • 19. Type  of  Warehouse  1  )  Warehouse  func7on  Display  of  goods  for  sale  ,  Overseas  warehouses,    Packing  warehouses  ,  Railway  warehouses,    Canal  warehouses    2)  Storage  and  shipping  Warehouse  3)  Automa7on  and  op7miza7on  Warehouse  4)  Modern  trends  Warehouse  5)  Cool  Warehouse  (Cold  WH)  ;  low  as  -­‐25°C.    SHIPPING  WAREHOUSE  OPTIMIZATION  WAREHOUSE  Modern  trends  Warehouse   COLD  STORAGE  WAREHOUS  
  • 20. OBJECTIVE  OF    WMS              To  provide  a  set  of  computerized  procedures  for  management  of  warehouse  inventory  with  the  goal  of  minimizing  cost  and  fulfillment  7mes  :    1.  The  receipt  of  stock  and  returns  into  a  warehouse  facility.  An  efficient  warehouse  management  system  helps  companies  cut  expenses  by  minimizing  the  amount  of  unnecessary  parts  and  products  in  storage.  It  also  helps  companies  keep  lost  sales  to  a  minimum  by  having  enough  stock  on  hand  to  meet  demand    
  • 21.  Informa7on  Systems  of  WMS  Logis7cs  SoCware    WMS  :  Warehouse  Management  System    VMI:  Vender  Management  Inventory  TMS  :  Transporta7on  Management  System    SCM  :  Supply  Chain  Management  HH  :  Mobile  System      MRP  :  Material  Resource  Planning  CRM  :  Customer  Rela7on  Management  GPS  :  GLOBAL  POSITIONING  SYSTEM    ERP:  Enterprise  Resource  Planning  POD  :  Point  Of  delivery  RFID/Barcode  System  :    
  • 22. Enterprise  Resource  Planning  ERP  
  • 23. EDI  Gateway  (  Tradesiam  )  EDI  Gateway  (  Tradesiam  )  Origin    Desnaon      
  • 24. 2.  Modeling  and  managing  the  logical  representa7on  of  the  physical  storage  facili7es  (e.g.  racking,  etc.).                    For  example,  if  certain  products  are  oCen  sold  together  or  are  more  popular  than  others,  those  products  can  be  grouped  together  or  placednear  the  delivery  area  to  speed  up  the  process  of  picking,  packing  and  shipping  to  customers.    
  • 25. how  to  and  managing  cargo  storage  facili7es  Op7mum  u7liza7on  of  air  cargo  containers    
  • 26.  3.  Enabling  a  seamless  link  to  order  processing  and  logis7cs  management  in  order  to  pick,  pack,  and  ship  product  out  of  the  facility.    
  • 27. 4.  Tracking  where  products  are  stocked,  which  suppliers  they  come  from,  and  the  length  of  7me  they  are  stored.                              By  analyzing  such  data,  companies  can  control  inventory  levels  and  maximize  the  use  of  warehouse  space.  Furthermore,  firms  are  more  prepared  for  the  demands  and  supplies  of  the  market,  especially  during  special  circumstances  such  as  a  peak  season  on  a  par7cular  month.  Through  the  reports  generated  by  the  inventory  management  soCware,  firms  are  also  able  to  gather  important  data  that  may  be  put  in  a  model  for  it  to  be  analyzed