Warehouse Planning, Efficient Operations and Management
|Event Date/Time: Jun 13, 2011||End Date/Time: Jun 14, 2011|
|Registration Date: Jun 06, 2011|
Employ the best practices in your warehouse management to gain optimal performance for your warehouse!
This two-day training course is designed to bring the seasoned practitioner up-to-date as well as to open the eyes of new warehousing managers to a wide potential of savings and profits. The seminar will cover the details of international best-practice techniques that can be evaluated in real time and money saved. These are the â€œhow to do itâ€ subjects that are not usually found in the available literature. Economical and practical results are stressed in a presentation that covers the basics while presenting the newest aspects of cost effective warehousing and distribution.
LEADING-EDGE COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:
â€¢ Increase the space utilization in your existing warehouse
â€¢ Reduce the costs of warehousing while increasing its effectiveness
â€¢ Apply the latest thinking in the down-to-earth basics of warehousing
â€¢ Improve picking productivity
â€¢ Gain better control inventory
â€¢ Utilize warehouse management principles that can otherwise only be learned from experience
Who should attend?
Supply Chain Managers/Directors
Warehouse Controllers Analysts/Planners
Store Operations Managers
Supply Chain Business Architects
Stock Control Managers
Warehouse Engineers Distribution Managers
Executives who want to better understand the principles of warehousing and distribution (CEOs, MDs, General Managers)
From the following industries, including but not limited to:
Manufacturers(Automobiles, Electronics etc)
Logistics & Distributions
Freight (Ground, Air, Ocean)
Rail Network Operators
Warehouse Management Systems/Designers/Manufacturers
Airport Cargo Services
About The Trainer
The trainer is an Engineering graduate of Cornell University with a masterâ€™s degree in Industrial Engineering, he has managed both production and service companies in his career. An experienced lecturer, he has been sponsored by Americaâ€™s most prestigious universities, consulted and trained before technical associations and corporations throughout the United States, in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and South America. Among his accomplishments are the design and implementation of a number of Automatic Storage and Retrieval Warehouses for some of Americaâ€™s most successful companies. In addition, he has helped improve productivity in many organizations large and small.
As a consultant, he has been involved with distribution warehousing and allied subjects for over thirty five years. His clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small warehouse situations. He has handled projects from concept through the design phases including the preparation of specifications, bid requests, purchase decisions and final implementation.