Transport Logistics Specialist Group
- Ergonomic and productivity improvements. // Management Services;May2000, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p26
This article focuses on the main criteria for Warehouse Management System (WMS) software and what should the customer be looking for. Customers are interested in multi-channel order management so that they can handle orders for retailers, retailers and end-users in all their variations using one...
- A Different Warehouse. Biderman, David // Traffic World;10/18/2004, Vol. 268 Issue 42, p19
Reports that multiclient facilities are taking on a new look as shipper demands and value-added services bring warehousing into new logistics strategies. Classification of multiclient solutions as subsets of public warehousing services; More dedicated services offered by warehouse providers;...
- Breaking New Ground. Atkinson, Helen // JoC Week;9/30/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 39, pL-22
Focuses on the logistics strategies used by warehouses according to a survey conducted by the International Warehouse Logistics Association. Geographic diversification; Vendor-managed inventory; tailoring of dedicated warehouse facilities.
- Liquid assets. // Works Management;Apr2003, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p35
Focuses on the selection of Calidus-e from Open Business Solutions on the warehouses of drinks logistics business company Tradeteam in Great Britain. Evaluation of the warehousing system of the company; Ability of the system to support the business of the company.
- 21 warehousing trends in the 21st century. Brockmann, Thompson // IIE Solutions;Jul99, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p36
Discusses 21 trends to ensure that warehousing will continue to be a dynamic function in the logistics supply chain in the 21st century. Focus on the customer; Continuous flow of materials and information; Value-added services; Information technology; Space and time compression; Distribution...
- The Changing Warehouse. Boyce, Clayton // Traffic World;2/1/99, Vol. 257 Issue 5, p9
Reports the need for contract logistics and value-added services in warehouse management in the United States. Adoption of third-party logistics and international trade; Implementation of repackaging, branding and inventory control services; Transformation into asset-based integrators.
- They don't have the experience. // Frontline Solutions;Feb2000, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p34
Explores key considerations in selecting warehouse and business logistics systems. Problems with the warehouse modules of broadly-based enterprise resource planning style business systems; Reasons for choosing breed systems.
- Beware of the warehouse time bomb. Kerry, Mark // Frontline Solutions;Feb2000, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p46
Identifies problems related to having business systems that lack warehousing, logistics and stock control modules. Implementation problems of all-encompassing business packages; Limitations in functionality; Challenges in order fulfillment and delivery to customers.
- Memphis Hosts LES Answer Fest. Andel, Tom // Transportation & Distribution;Aug2002, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p58
Presents logistics practitioners' view of logistics execution systems (LED). Supply chain value of a good warehouse management system (WMS); Flow of data and product in a typical LES implementation; Factors for a successful WMS.