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
CCS means of electronically transmiVng messages between airline, shipper ,warehouse ,freight forwarder, carrier, custom and cargo agents member.
Diﬀerence between Warehouse and Cargo Terminal ?
• 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
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.
Diﬀerence between Warehouse and Cargo Terminal ? Source: FedEx Warehouse
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
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
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 :
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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.
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3. Enabling a seamless link to order processing and logis7cs management in order to pick, pack, and ship product out of the facility.
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