Modern warehousing isn't about storing product, it's about moving product. As a major artery in the supply-and-demand chain, your warehouse needs efficient and accurate operations. Ernst F. Bolten's Managing Time and Space in the Modern Warehouse will show you how to achieve that goal. In 14 concise chapters, Bolten explores warehouse management, procedure, and operation, and includes more than 40 ready-to-reproduce forms, documents, leases, and checklists. Whether you're new to the game or a seasoned pro, it's the ultimate resource for anyone involved in warehousing, logistics, distribution and transport.
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Concise, practical, up-to-date help on every aspect and task of warehouse management.
Warehousing managers face so many challenges today. What kind of warehousing is needed? How many should they operate--or lease? How do they pick a location? At what cost?
This concise, comprehensive guide covers these and other warehousing issues, including:
* inventory management * warehouse types and
operations * selection of third-party warehousing *
compliance audits * cost and pricing of services
* freight claims operations * liability * seal
accountability * container and packaging methods
* EDI * and more.
More than 40 ready-to-reproduce forms, documents, leases, and checklists make this a valuable guide for those in the warehousing, logistics, distribution, and transport fields. It will help them increase their efficiency, cut costs, and enhance their careers.About the Author:
ERNST F. BOLTEN (Succasunna, CA) is a principal in the consulting firm Bolten Associates. He has 27 years of experience in logistics, transportation, manufacturing, cost accounting, analysis, and consulting.
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