Anyone with a warehouse knows that many times when goods are delivered, workers waste time looking for the goods in the warehouse, or even if they know where the goods are, they don't go through the warehouse in the ideal order and make another trip back because they have forgotten to take a product.
Whether we are talking about distribution, retail, logistics services or manufacturing companies, their performance and profitability is based, to a large extent, on the efficiency and productivity of the warehouse. When it is well organized, and the activities in the warehouse are carried out efficiently, the financial results are adequate.
What does optimization for performance mean and what are the basic principles for effective warehouse management? Keep reading for finding out.