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Warehouse / Distribution Center Layout

 
 
 

Education Center: Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute
Date: 23 October 2017
City: Atlanta



Duration: 3 days
                  
Do you work with problems involving the use of material handling equipment in plants, warehouses and other commercial enterprises? All techniques presented are field-proven and derived from successful implementation. Case exercises are adapted from real situations and projects.
                                 
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Industrial engineers and systems analysts
- Warehouse supervisors and team leaders
- Warehouse/distribution center managers
- Logistics and supply chain planners
- Planning teams for new or expanded facilities
- Leaders of supply chain and lean initiatives

HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Improve throughput with systematic layout planning
- Reduce handling costs in storage and order picking
- Group materials for efficient handling and storage
- Plan for expansions and new facilities
- Improve the performance of warehouse and distribution facilities
- Increase layout planning productivity and effectiveness
- Offer practical approaches to storage, order picking, packing, material movement, and physical control
- Streamline material flow in warehouses/distribution centers

 

 





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