Importance of Warehouse Automation for Achieving Critical Green Benefits

Written by Tan Chow Siong, DLM

by Tan Chow Siong, DLM

Warehouse is a commercial building for storage of finished goods, raw materials or semi-finished goods. Warehouses are used by manufacturers, distributors, importers, exporters, wholesalers, transport businesses, customs, etc. Today many companies recognize that implementing environmentally friendly or “Go Green” policies and practices can result in cost savings that directly impact their business.

Importance of Warehousing in Supply Chain

Whether an organisation is a manufacturer or distributor or retailer, it is well aware about the importance of warehouse and warehousing. This is especially so, when it impacts every aspects of the supply chain and thus affects the business profitability. In every case such as the shipment of finished goods to distributor or retailer, orders to customers or replenishment of production line or replenishment of cycle stock, the effectiveness of a warehouse should not be understated.

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About the Author: Tan Chow Siong has substantive years of experience in the warehouse and logistics sector. He has acquired experiences in bonded warehouse operations and has extensive knowledge in Inventory Control Management. Chow Siong is a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM) and is completing a course at SIPMM Academy on Diploma in Logistics Management (DLM).