Warehouse Logistics

Warehouse Logistics

Warehouse Logistics

Warehouse Logistics With the help of our massive warehouses, we are able to meet the basic requirement of the commerce or industry enterprises. Our comprehensive services take care of the storage and distribution needs and provide great support in business endeavours of our clients.

Not only loading & unloading services, we are also providing warehousing services to all small and big businesses as we have huge warehousing space for any consignment. Our customers can store their commercial and industrial goods in a very efficient manner. These goods can be stored for a long duration at reasonable prices. Our members have warehouses which are featured with advanced wall construction, many truck doors, ground loading / unloading, modern security and fire protection, after hour's security guard, fully insured, computerized inventory control, light assembly, cross docking.

A Warehouse Management System, or WMS, is a key part of the supply chain and primarily aims to control the movement and storage of materials within a warehouse and process the associated transactions, including shipping, receiving, put away and picking. The systems also direct and optimize stock put away based on real-time information about the status of bin utilization.

A Warehouse Management System often utilize Auto ID Data Capture technology, such as barcode scanners, mobile computers, wireless LANs and potentially RFID to efficiently monitor the flow of products. Once data has been collected, there is either batch synchronization with, or a real-time wireless transmission to a central database. The database can then provide useful reports about the status of goods in the warehouse.

The objective of a warehouse management system is to provide a set of computerized procedures to handle the receipt of stock and returns into a warehouse facility, model and manage the logical representation of the physical storage facilities (e.g. racking etc), manage the stock within the facility and enable a seamless link to order processing and logistics management in order to pick, pack and ship product out of the facility.

Warehouse management systems can be stand alone systems or modules of an ERP system or supply chain execution suite.The primary purpose of a WMS is to control the movement and storage of materials within a warehouse - you might even describe it as the legs at the end-of-the line which automates the store, traffic and shipping management.

In its simplest form, the WMS can data track products during the production process and act as an interpreter and message buffer between existing ERP and WMS systems.