WarehousingWarehousing provides time and place utility (primarily time) for raw materials, industrial goods, and finished ...
Basic Warehousing Decisions
Basic Warehousing Decisions Ownership    Public versus private Centralized or Decentralized Warehousing    How many   ...
Public Warehousing The warehouses which are run to store goods of the general public are known as public warehouses. Any o...
Basic Warehouse Operations
Basic Warehouse Operations Movement    Receiving    Put-away    Order picking    Shipping Storage    Stock location...
Warehouse Layout and Design   Develop a demand forecast.   Determine each item’s order quantity.   Convert units into c...
Warehouse Space Requirements
Warehouse Layout and Design             Basic needs:                  Receiving                  Basic storage area       ...
Packaging Unless otherwise specified, the manner in which  customer products are packaged for shipment is  appropriate fo...
The Role of Packaging Identify product and provide information Improve efficiency in handling and distribution Customer...
What Is Packaging? Consumer (interior) packaging   Marketing managers primarily concerned with how     the package fits ...
Bar Coding Standard markings that can be read by automatic or  handheld scanners that allow for labor saving  logistical ...
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  1. 1. WarehousingWarehousing provides time and place utility (primarily time) for raw materials, industrial goods, and finished products, allowing firms to use customer service as a dynamic value-adding competitive tool.
  2. 2. Basic Warehousing Decisions
  3. 3. Basic Warehousing Decisions Ownership  Public versus private Centralized or Decentralized Warehousing  How many  Location  Size  Layout  What products where
  4. 4. Public Warehousing The warehouses which are run to store goods of the general public are known as public warehouses. Any one can store his goods in these warehouses on payment of rent. Rationale for Public Warehousing  Limited capital investment  Flexibility
  5. 5. Basic Warehouse Operations
  6. 6. Basic Warehouse Operations Movement  Receiving  Put-away  Order picking  Shipping Storage  Stock location  Warehouse Management System (WMS)
  7. 7. Warehouse Layout and Design Develop a demand forecast. Determine each item’s order quantity. Convert units into cubic footage requirements. Allow for adequate aisle space for materials handling equipment Provide for the transportation interface. Provide for order-picking space. Provide storage space. Provide recouping, office, and miscellaneous spaces.
  8. 8. Warehouse Space Requirements
  9. 9. Warehouse Layout and Design Basic needs: Receiving Basic storage area Order selection and preparation Shipping
  10. 10. Packaging Unless otherwise specified, the manner in which customer products are packaged for shipment is appropriate for the destination, method of shipment and weight / size of the carton. Customer Packaging Standards All customer- specified packaging standards and guidelines are followed. Labeling All customer-specified labeling requirements are followed.
  11. 11. The Role of Packaging Identify product and provide information Improve efficiency in handling and distribution Customer interface Protect product
  12. 12. What Is Packaging? Consumer (interior) packaging  Marketing managers primarily concerned with how the package fits into the marketing mix. Industrial (exterior) packaging  Logistics managers primarily concerned with efficient shipping characteristics including protection, ability to withstand stacking when on a pallet, cube, weight, shape and other relevant factors.
  13. 13. Bar Coding Standard markings that can be read by automatic or handheld scanners that allow for labor saving logistical activities for all supply chain members. Bar Codes contain information regarding:  Vendor  Product type  Place of manufacture  Product price
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