Optimal goods placement

LOGIA WMS expert advice

LOGIA warehouse management ensures that goods are stored at the optimal locations and that inventory is replenished at the picking sites. The platform provides an overview of whether any goods are poorly placed. This creates a good warehouse flow and efficient picking rounds.

A “C” item can become an “A” item

The optimal goods location is challenged over time by changes in marketing patterns, product ranges, and so on, which means that the products that are C goods today can be A items tomorrow.

LOGIA’s warehouse management gives you an overview of which goods are poorly placed — either within a single warehouse area or across the entire warehouse. This allows for the start of moving jobs when and where appropriate.

What is an ABC warehouse?

Internal transportation is minimized

It is nothing new that A items should be placed in A-locations, which are the most readily available and which require minimal internal warehouse transportation, that B items should be placed at B-locations, and so on.

In LOGIA, the master data of the goods can be supplemented with storage and replenishment strategies. This means that LOGIA can assign the best possible location for the individual item in storage. This may be directly on the correct picking location, or (if there is inventory in the picking location) at a free buffer location close to the picking location.

In addition, LOGIA initiates replenishment jobs when inventory drops below the specified minimum. This ensures that intercompany transportation is minimized and that no picking is started on orders that contain goods that have no inventory on the picking places.


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