Warehousing & Logistics

To define warehouse logistics, we must first understand the meaning of logistics itself. In the simplest possible terms, logistics may be defined as the detailed planning, organization, management, and implementation of complex operations. In many industries, including warehousing, logistics also extends to the flow of both physical goods and information.
Warehouse logistics, therefore, encompasses all the varied, complex factors – organization, movements, and management – involved in warehousing. This includes the flow (shipping and receiving) of physical inventory, as well as that of more abstract goods, including information and time.
Warehouse logistics may also extend to anything from warehouse pest control, to damaged goods handling, to safety policies, to human resources management, to customer returns. In other words, warehouse logistics involves all the policies, procedures, and organizational tools necessary to keep your warehouse operations running smoothly.

  • Commissioning and Price Tagging
  • Quality Monitoring
  • Process Organization and control
  • Warehousing Management
  • Intermediate Storage
  • Just-in-Time Coordination
  • Developement and realization of outsoucing Projects
  • Claim settlement
  • Encashment
  • Stock taking
  • Packaging