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Effective Warehousing for Inbound and Outbound Operations

Fundamentally, warehousing involved two activities, there are inbound and outbound operations. Inbound refers to the sourcing, purchasing, receiving, investigating, put-away, storage, that is incoming organization. On the other extreme, outbound is tied in with picking, pressing, moving, all these are leaving the association.

Outbound procedure is more work concentrated than inbound processes. Particularly, request picking is the most labor-intensive of the inbound processes, in light of the fact that for each SKU, the worker needs to go to the storage location, search for it and pick it.

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Sourcing of Inbound Raw Materials

The customer sourcing team will source for the raw material that can fit into their manufacturing plant to process the finished goods. This process actually enables moving towards purchasing for them to purchase the materials to go in line with the planning team of their forecast plan.

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Mavis Lim Chow Yee, DLSM
Mavis Lim Chow Yee, DLSM
Mavis Lim Chow Yee has substantial years of experiences in the field of global logistics and transportation, specifically in logistics customer service. Sheis a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM). Mavis Lim completed the Diploma in Logistics and Supply Management(DLSM) on March 2020 at SIPMM Institute.

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