Integral Warehouse Management

Category:   Integral Warehouse Management

Course Description

Logisticians have made us believe that reducing inventories, shortening response times and eliminating activities were the ultimate goals in supply chain optimization, these initiatives lowered inventory costs and improved service levels considerably, but at the same time they increased warehousing and transportation costs.

Benefit of Attending

  • Understand the Effects of the warehouse performance to the organization.
  •  Apply various methods and techniques to capitalize on saving.
  • Draft the Company strategy and discuss the success factors based on service levels and collaboration.
  • Define the performance indicators of the reported individual operators.
  • Use a methodology that seeks optimizations in an integral manner, sometimes in radically different directions than other models.

Course Outline

  • Effects of Poor Warehouse Performance
  • Best-in-class Supply Chain Performance
  • Best Practices in Warehouse Management
  • Capitalizing on Cost Savings
  • Warehouse Justification
  • Company Strategy
  • Service Levels
  • Collaboration
  • Innovation of Information Systems
  • Success factors
  • Material Handling
  • Warehouse Processes
  • Inbound Processes
  • Storage
  • Wave Planning
  • Outbound Processes
  • VAL
  • Cross-dock
  • WMS Modules
  • Real-time Communication
  • Material Handling Control
  • Interface
  • WMS Modules
  • Real-time Communication
  • Material Handling Control
  • Interface
  • Service Level Agreements
  • Process Specifications
  • Activity-based Costing
  • Performance Indicators
  • Service Level Improvement
  • Compact Storage
  • Justification
  • Capacity Planning
  • Wave Management
  • Task Management
  • Utilization Improvement
  • Cut
  • Activate
  • Postpone
  • Space Utilization
  • Discontinuities
  • Activity-Based Pricing
  • Synchronized Planning
  • Virtual Warehousing
  • Rationalize
  • Accelerate-Decelerate
  • balance