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@/Arpro Solutions “Warehouse Management”

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@/Arpro Solutions “Warehouse Management”

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  1. Arpro Solutions, LLC IT’S NOT JUST A STORAGE FACILITY! Florida, U.S. @/Arpro® Solutions “Warehouse Management” “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  2. A warehouse is typically viewed as a place to store inventory! However, in many logistical system designs, the role of the warehouse is more properly viewed as a switching facility as contrasted to a storage facility. • Whether the warehouse is a small manual operation or a large automated facility, the following principles are relevant: • Design criteria • Handling technology • Storage plan @/Arpro® “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  3. Processing/Postponement @/Arpro® warehouse(s) can also be used to postpone or delay production, by performing processing and manufacturing activities. “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  4. @/Arpro® warehouse(s) with packaging or labeling capability, can postpone final production until the actual demand is known. Once a specific customer order is received, the warehouse can complete final processing by adding the label and finalizing the packaging. “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  5. Service Benefits Five basic service benefits are achieved through warehousing: • Spot stock to fill customer’s order during critical market periods • Assortment products • Mixing • Production Support(@/Arpro Erp®) • Market Presence “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  6. Storage Plan A warehouse design should consider product characteristics, particularly those pertaining to volume, weight and storage. Product volume is the major concern when defining a warehouse storage plan. Such as location which minimizes travel distance and the need for extended lifting. “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  7. Alternative Warehouse Strategies • Private Warehouses • Public Warehouses(general merchandise, refrigerated, commodity, …) • Contract Warehouses A private warehouses could be the supplier’s warehouse, which stores components and maintains a minimum stock, for third-party work and assembly. Contract warehousing combines the best characteristics of both private and public operations. @/Arpro® manages multi-warehouses, controls and restores the minimum stock, even in the face of new customer orders. Automated procedures! The purchase office is refreshingly automated! “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  8. Operating & Location Flexibility, Material–Handling System • Operating flexibility refers to the ability to adjust internal policies and procedures to meet product and customer needs. • Location flexibility refers to the ability to quickly adjust warehouse location and number in accordance with seasonal or permanent demand changes. • Material-handling system refers to structures designed to facilitate maximum product flow. Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  9. Inventory Management As a part of the supply chain, inventory management includes aspects such as controlling and overseeing purchases — from suppliers as well as customers — maintaining the storage of stock, controlling the amount of product for sale, and order fulfillment. However, knowing when to reorder, how much to order, where to store stock and so on can quickly become a complicated process. As a result, many growing businesses graduate to an inventory management app, with capabilities beyond manual databases and formulas. @/Arpro® manages the inventory, loading and unloading the raw material, semi-finished and finished items. The program works in real time in all the business management software documents. @/Arpro Erp® Planning Module, analyzes the customer order backlogs, the situation of the warehouse(s) and minimum stock, orders to supplier and production requirements, in real-time. “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

  10. Presented by Zeno Buso Managing Consultant Arpro Solutions, LLCwww.arpro-solutions.com www.business-management-software.com www.simpleaccountingprogram.com www.arpro.it Contact Info: Paolo Bertuzzo Arpro Solutions, LLC sales2@arpro-solutions.com Phone: (407) 818-0644, (407) 534-4994 Thank you for attending our workshop. The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by Arpro Solutions, LLC. Arpro Solutions, LLC is not responsible for errors or damages of any kind resulting from access and use to this documentation. “The way Intellectually FUN people like to learn!” Provided by Arpro Solutions, LLC

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