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Lean Warehousing


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Education Center: Georgia Tech - The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute
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City: Atlanta



Duration: 3 days
                  
This course will demonstrate how warehouse operations is a key enabler to a successful supply chain implementation and in many cases, the starting point for a transformation. It is critical to manage safety, quality, efficiency and leverage the lean supply chain modifications to improve customer responsiveness and reduce operating costs and in doing so contributing to a supply chain that creates a competitive advantage for a company. To accomplish this goal, we must bring lean principles into the warehouse and distribution center.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Supply Chain Professionals
- Logistics Professionals
- Material Managers and Production Control Managers
- Transportation, Warehousing, and Purchasing Managers

HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Isolate the key elements of lean thinking to be used in the warehouse
- Value stream map warehouse operations
- Utilize lean tools to reduce waste in the warehouse
- Create a warehouse operation based on visual management and real time problem solving
- Reduce inventories in warehouse operations
- Create collaboration between warehousing and other functional areas
Benefits:
- Reduce inventories in the warehouse
- Reduce warehousing costs by as much as 25%
- Implement lean in the warehouse
- Create logistics collaboration between warehousing and other functional areas
 
 

 




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Other editions of this course
in United States:

25 Sep 2018  -  Atlanta

 


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