Methodology for the Calculation of Functional Elements in Warehouses of Public Intermodal Logistics Centers

Ližbetin, Ján; Caha, Zdeněk
October 2015
Nase More;2015 Special Issue, Vol. 62, p143
Academic Journal
This article deals with the design of functional elements in the warehouses of public logistics centers. The methodology focuses on the determination of the minimum area required for operating a warehouse, the resulting dimensions and internal organization of the warehouse (especially individual sectors within warehouses) and the calculation of the operational requirements for the handling means to be used in a warehouse.


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