Warehouse Solution

A warehouse solution facilitates management in their daily planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling the utilization of available resources, to move and store materials into, within, and out of a warehouse, while supporting staff in the performance of material movement and storage in and around a warehouse.

Warehouse solutions are primarily tactical tools, purchased and used by the businesses to satisfy their unique customer demand requirements of their supply chain(s) and distribution channel(s), when the inventory and workload is larger than what can be handled manually, with spreadsheets. Motivation to purchase generally comes from a need to support sales growth or improve performance, and occasionally both.

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XIPHIAS offered Warehouse Solution includes:

  • Planning :
    Finalize the daily plan for receiving dock activity, selecting the workload/orders to be processed in the day or shift, and calculating an estimate of the labor and vehicles required to pick and ship the orders to ensure the staffing is appropriate, and carriers are notified in time to meet the daily requirements.
  • Organizing :

    Sequencing the orders to be picked. Organized orders for picking can be accomplished in many ways, for meeting the needs of the user.

    The initial way of organizing was called Planning or Picking, with two objectives,

    • A. To minimize need for dock staging space, by having orders arrive at the shipping dock in trailer load sequence,
    • B. To create an order of flow that will support monitoring the progress through the day and eliminate/reduce last minute requests for overtime or delay of carrier departure, etc.
  • Staffing :

    Assign staff to work functions and areas, to minimize staging.

  • Directing :

    Ensuring the documented processes and procedures are embedded and are consistently applied, used and appropriate for the nature of the work and service level intentions of the company.

  • Controlling :

    Providing milestones for management to monitor progress through the day, providing the opportunity to respond to problems in a timely way, and report data for performance analysis.

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