Effective Warehouse Operations are essential to the success of today’s organisation. Material must move through the supply chain in rapid, controlled, cost – effective manner so that customer demands (both internal and external) are properly satisfied. Achieving high levels of performance requires that powerfulstrategies and proven techniques for warehouse operations management must be properly understood and correctly applied.
This seminar utilize a variety of methodologies to address all of the key elements necessary for planning, managing and improving warehouse operations. Participants will be askedto consider and discuss the latest concepts in warehousing management as well as the potential for application in their own operation. The emphasis of the seminar is on practical, real world implementation of modern warehouse management methods.
This seminar is designed forall personnel who are interested in improving warehouse operations. It is also beneficial for materials purchasing and inventory professionals who either control warehouse operations directly or must support them as part of the supply chain. It will be of value to all professionals and leaders in the organizations who are responsible for reducing costs, increasing productivity, raising inventory turns and enhancing customer service through high fill rates, accurate information and excellent order fulfillment.
Participants will learn by active participation throughout the training session through lectures, workshops, discussion groups and hands-on exercise. It also include questionnaires and discussion of “real life” issues in participants’ organisations.
Planning Warehouse Layout
Material Location and Order Processing Systems
Storage Aids and Material Handling Equipment Selection
Warehouse Operations Management
Warehouse Performance Measurement
Overcoming the Barriers to Improved Performance
Warehouse Management Systems
Implementing Change in the Warehouse
Managing and Motivating Warehouse Personnel
Positiveand Negative Approaches in Leadership
New Directions in Warehouse Management