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Receiving

A receiving procedure is needed to properly inspect all incoming goods, mark them with tags, and record them as having been received. Receiving operations involve the transfer of ownership of goods, which by its nature involves financial responsibility. Ensuring that the documentation is accurate, correct and smoothly and efficient allows the material to be made available to the customer as soon as possible.

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Labelling

The most common type of warehouse label is a rack label, which is used to streamline workflow by making items and sections easier to identify for employees. They help identify the right products for inventory management, storing, and shipping purposes.

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Picking

Order picking has long been identified as the most labour intensive and costly activity for almost every warehouse. The cost of order picking is estimated to be more than half of the total warehouse operating expense. In order to operate efficiently, the order picking process needs to be robustly designed and optimally controlled. Host Download Format and Frequency Wave and Batch Planning Material Allocation Order / Shipment Release Changes and Cancellations.

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FIFO/LIFO

FIFO and LIFO accounting are methods used in managing inventory and financial matters involving the amount of money a company has to have tied up within inventory of produced goods, raw materials, parts, components. They are used to manage assumptions of costs related to inventory

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QDC

Quality -> Increased customer demands in regards of Quality of products & services.
Cost-> At Lower cost increased productivity & thorughput,decreased cost through reduced variation.
Delivery-> On-time delivery, Decreased waiting times, Proper planning and implementation for all orders.

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Lean Management

Lean management is an approach to managing an organization that supports the concept of continuous improvement, a long-term approach to work that systematically seeks to achieve small, incremental changes in processes in order to improve efficiency and quality. Remove the 7 deadly waste.

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Cross Docking

Cross-docking is a practice in logistics of unloading materials from an incoming semi-trailer truck or railroad car and loading these materials directly into outbound trucks, trailers, or rail cars, with little or no storage in between.

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JIT

Just In Time (J.I.T.) Manufacturing is a methodology aimed at reducing flow times within production systems as well as response times from suppliers to customers. Objective is to minimize the stock of parts and components by having them delivered just in time for production and to limit the inventory of FG by producing them Just in time to fill demand

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Kitting

kitting means that the assembly is supplied with kits of components. The parts are sorted according to the assembly object; this differs from batch supply, where part number sorts parts.