How to increase warehouse productivity
1. Keep your warehouse clean. Remove any empty containers and packaging material for recycling. This process wills releases valuable free space and creates warehouse area more safer for workers. Only necessary items will cover the warehouse space.
2. Implementing the Organization’s Priority. Store shelves and label shelves installed. Less time spent searching and gathering materials creates a more effective and successful storehouse.
3. Simplification of order movement. Moving products one at a time before moving them somewhere else.
4. Reduce travel time. Carry goods to the picker using messenger or sortation units. Travel time means not collecting orders, so the less time to complete an order, in the better way.Club smaller orders in a single trip and reduce time to fulfill each order.
5. Increase efficiency . Have a disconnected pick location for each SKU to exclude the need for pickers to array through multiple SKUs to find the right one. efficiency is improved along with speed. Arrange slow-moving items to vertical locations and put the fastest-moving items next to the floor level to acceleration picking.
6. Optimize Warehouse space. Accurate placement ensures maximum efficiency and includes the best practices. such as putting fast-selling items next to pickers.
7. Indicate the product clearly. Store the product on shelves with the name listed on the trays. acknowledge tracks to present products to pickers.. Allowing them to see what they have chosen will remove the error.
8. Place SKU’s intelligently. Check the type of product (weight, size, shape), how often it has been tapped, the distance to which the venue should arrive, and where it can be used. Frequent recovery to save products.
9. Respond to collection requirements. Build a warehouse, according to what is best for your business, or use stock products that are faster than other popular seasonal product groups or items. Because your product mix has changed over the years, planning to keep up to date with your upcoming expectations and future requirements.
10. Assess the storage environment. Reduces the gap by using modular shelf’s that fit the storage configuration. Additionally, if you use a customized shelf for changes in product mixing, you can customize them for different products, which saves money.