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PRESENTATION

WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT

PRESENTED TO: PRESENTED BY:


Mr. Pradeep Chauhan TEAM 5
BBA LM III

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WAREHOUSE
A warehouse is a building for storing goods.
Warehouses are used by manufacturers,
importers, exporters, wholesalers, transport
businesses, customs, etc.
They are usually large plain buildings in
industrial parks on the outskirts of cities, towns
or villages.

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FUNCTIONS OF A WAREHOUSE

Hold
Consolidation
Break-bulk
Mixing
Postponement
Packing

CROSS DOCKING
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Cross Docking

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What Is Cross – Docking?

• Cross docking is the process of transferring both finished


materials and product components to the customer with
little or no storage time.

• Most warehousing and distribution centers utilizing cross


docking have loading docks on both sides of the
loading/staging area to optimize inventory flow from
inbound to outbound
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• Here is the basic process:

1. Cargo arrives at your warehousing facility


2. Items are unloaded to your staging/loading area
3. Inventory is sorted and consolidated into new shipments
4. Shipments leave your facility

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Who Uses Cross docking Most?
• Businesses that benefit most from the implementation
of cross docking are those that provide any type of:

• Warehousing
• Transportation
• Delivery services

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• These businesses are typically shipping or processing
orders for the end consumer and include:
• Transporters
• Freight forwarders
• E Commerce businesses with no brick and mortar store
• Manufacturers
• Distribution centers
• Third party Logistics providers

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'Through' flow
'Through' flow happens when separate loading bay facilities for outbound and
shipping are provided, often at opposite end of warehouse.
Products flow in at receiving, move into storage, picking area and then the
marshalling and dispatch area in a straight line.
Items with a higher throughput level are located at the center of the warehouse
because the total distance travelled would be shorter.

When is it better to adopt a 'Through' flow?

•When there is a risk of interference or confusion between goods in and goods out
•When goods inwards vehicles and dispatch vehicles are very different; for
example differences in platform height or nature of unit load

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Cross-dock facilities are generally designed in an "I" configuration for
facilities with 150 doors or less.

For facilities with 150–200 doors, a "T" shape is more cost effective.

For facilities with 200 or more doors, the cost-minimizing


Shape is an "X".
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Advantages of cross-docking

• Streamlines the production network, from purpose of


beginning to purpose of offer.

• Diminishes work costs through less stock dealing with.


• Decreases stock holding costs.
• Less danger of stock dealing with.

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• Items arrive at the merchant, and subsequently the client,
quicker.

• Lessens or dispenses with warehousing costs.

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Disadvantages
of cross-docking

• Potential accomplices might not have the essential


stockpiling limits.
• A sufficient vehicle armada is expected to work.
• An electronic coordination's framework is required.
• Extra cargo taking care of can prompt item harm.
• Work expenses are additionally brought about in the
moving and sending of stock.

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VIDEO ON CROSS
DOCKING
https://youtu.be/P57D4F0yFNA

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“ It is a practice that keeps supply chains
moving in a productive, effective
manner.

THANK YOU

Team 5 Members:-
Mr. Pratham Goel
Mr. Vaibhav Jaggi
Mr. Garvit Aggarwal
Mr. Rishabh Khanna
Ms. Aishwarya Rajpoot
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