Warehousing

Warehouse plays a key role of enabling manufacturing, storage and fulfilment in supply chain operations. Businesses know the importance of getting the warehouse operations right in the key areas of process, system and people in order to meet the service levels committed to customers and to support the business growth in a scalable manner.

 

The Warehouse Management System (WMS) is the backbone of the warehouse operations and when it comes with inadequate system features, it is compensated by manual work and often results in human errors which are disruptive to the overall operational performance.

1. Warehouse Consultancy

 

The Warehouse Management System (WMS) is the backbone of the warehouse operations and its effectiveness plays an important role in the overall delivery of productivity and performance of costs and service levels.

 

Contrary to some common practices relying on human judgement and experience for most parts of the warehouse operations, an effective and efficient warehouse operations complement best practices with a structured setup of system execution combined with human planning and supervision.

1. Warehouse Consultancy

 

The Warehouse Management System (WMS) is the backbone of the warehouse operations and its effectiveness plays an important role in the overall delivery of productivity and performance of costs and service levels.

 

Contrary to some common practices relying on human judgement and experience for most parts of the warehouse operations, an effective and efficient warehouse operations complement best practices with a structured setup of system execution combined with human planning and supervision.

2. Warehouse Design

 

An effective design of a warehouse layout is a combination of operational parameters, processes and statistical modelling.

 

Using Warehouse Space Modelling to propose warehouse layout is an approach that is supported with data, assumptions that can be reviewed and contains end-to-end operational parameters that will substantially improve the modelling accuracy and effectiveness.

3. Warehouse Operational Improvement

 

The design effectiveness of the Warehouse Management System (WMS) is crucial to the overall productivity and quality of the warehouse operations. The principle is to keep the system functions simple and be able to fulfil the tasks in the shortest duration and best quality. Also important is the need for WMS to work seamlessly with other systems such as Order and Transport Management.

 

The key considerations in improving warehouse operations is to balance the Process, System and People between meeting SLA and Quality requirements with Operational Efficiency.

3. Warehouse Operational Improvement

 

The design effectiveness of the Warehouse Management System (WMS) is crucial to the overall productivity and quality of the warehouse operations. The principle is to keep the system functions simple and be able to fulfil the tasks in the shortest duration and best quality. Also important is the need for WMS to work seamlessly with other systems such as Order and Transport Management.

 

The key considerations in improving warehouse operations is to balance the Process, System and People between meeting SLA and Quality requirements with Operational Efficiency.