The goal of warehouse operations is to satisfy customers’ needs and requirements while utilizing space, equipment, and labor effectively. The goods must be accessible and protected. Meeting this goal requires constant planning and ongoing change.”
Efficient warehouse operations can ensure that a company ships and receives vital stock in time for replenishment on store shelves or in manufacturing facilities. Efficient warehouse operations do not happen by accident, but through adherence to a series of best practices initiatives.
This introduction to Warehouse Operations course has been specifically designed to develop the competency of personnel in the warehouse, inventory and logistics functions of an organization by improving their skills, knowledge and understanding.
Delegates attending this introduction to Warehouse Operations Course will learn how to:
Choosing the best combination of materials handling and storage equipment.
Fasten order processing while cutting costs.
Create an effective loss-control program.
Determine the best warehouse layout.
Measure warehouse performance to find trouble spots.
Contains a multiple-choice examination and an examination case.
This introduction to Warehouse Operations Course is ideal for :
Those involved in warehousing (store) activities, both at the operational and supervisory levels.
The course is also appropriate for anyone interested to know more about the interaction between warehousing and other materials management functions (purchasing, inventory control and distribution).