FIRST COURSE ON INTEGRAL LOGISTICS

Logístics and Production
Engineering

Documentation

It consists of five documents corresponding to the themes LISTED below, which have a total of 414 pages, 111 graphs, 51 tables and 19 drawings.

 

  1. INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTIVITY IN WAREHOUSES

  2. ORDER PREPARATION

  3. COMPUTERIZED PRODUCTIVITY

  4. STOCK MANAGEMENT

  5. PARTICULAR FEATURES OF STORAGE


INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTIVITY IN WAREHOUSES:

HOW TO DESIGN A STORAGE SYSTEM

 

The document has 72 pages, 34 graphs, 16 tables and 4 drawings.

 

INDEX:

  1. Introduction.
  2. Causes that generate the need for the project.
  3. Phases of the project:
    1. Conception phase.
    2. Realization phase.
  4. Range and exclusions.
  5. Phases of the conception project:
    1. Data collection.
    2. Alternatives to be considered.
    3. Participation of the personnel involved.
    4. Evolution forecasts.
    5. Project planning.
  6. Synthesis of data.
    1. Warehouse generalities:
      1. Merchandise flows.
      2. Transactions.
      3. Structure of the code system.
      4. Time map.
    2. Warehouse peculiarities:
      1. Product families.
      2. Quantity of contention elements.
      3. Initial capacity.
      4. Initial physical measures.
      5. Offices.
      6. Relation of vehicles in reception and dispatch.
      7. Stored Products.
    3. Flow diagrams and forms.
    4. Work methodology:
      1. Circuit process of entries.
      2. Circuit process of dispatches.
    5. Final departure situation.
  7. Preliminary solutions.
    1. Objectives.
    2. Election procedure.
    3. Work scheme.
    4. Calculations:
      1. Number of contention elements.
      2. Number of lift trucks, order pickers, etc...
      3. Number of docks.
      4. Associated surfaces and volumes.
    5. Offices: interdependence relationships.
    6. Implantation solutions.
    7. Investment estimation.
    8. Comparative charts:
      1. Qualitative.
      2. Quantitative.
  8. Acknowledgements.


ORDER PREPARATION:

TOOLS AND SYSTEMS FOR WORK OPTIMIZATION

 

The document has 110 pages, 13 drawings, 7 graphs and a table.

 

INDEX:

  1. Introduction.
  2. Work frames or basic modalities for Order Preparation.
  3. Analysis of Flows: Base Tools for Optimization of Circuits in the warehouse.
    1. Introduction.
    2. Diagrams of flows.
    3. Influence or distorsion in internal flows caused by the collocation of products according to their movement level. ABC classification of products. Main types of ABC classification used in the analysis of movements.
    4. Optimization of Circuits.
  4. ON-LINE processes versus BATCH processes.
    1. (On-line) preparation, order by order.
    2. Grouped order preparation (" batch"). Primary picking – secondary picking.
  5. Error control in order preparation.
    1. Introduction.
    2. Error control methods.
    3. Bar code systems.
  6. Methodological systems to save workmanship in order preparation.
    1. Introduction.
    2. Loading yards.
    3. Capacity of Contention Methods.
    4. Combined Movements.
  7. Likely-usage equipment and systems in modern implantations for Order Preparation.
    1. Introduction.
    2. Handling two pallets per movement.
    3. High level order picker machines.
    4. Dynamic shelves for order preparation.
    5. Mechanized Carriers.
    6. Mechanized circuit for picking. Merchandise-man system.
    7. Classification stations.
    8. Computerized management of routes and movements in warehouse management.
    9. Fully automatic preparation system.


COMPUTERIZED PRODUCTIVITY:

IFORMATIC ASSISTANCE AS A TOOL FOR PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT AND CONTROL

 

The document has 118 pages, 48 graphs, 25 tables and 2 drawings.

 

INDEX:

  1. Introduction and objectives.
  2. Work optimization.
    1. Organization of the warehouse.
    2. Time studies.
  3. Warehouse capacity.
  4. Calculation of handling resources.
  5. Mosaics in contention means.
  6. Calculation of docks and/or loading and offloading yards.


STOCK MANAGEMENT:

LOGISTIC SYSTEMS FOR INVENTORY MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL

 

The document has 47 pages, 7 graphs and 2 tables.

 

INDEX:

  1. Introduction and objectives.
    1. Introduction.
    2. Types of stocks.
    3. Objectives of stock management.
  2. Necessary information sources.
    1. Introduction.
    2. Information systems.
    3. Relevant factors to be considered.
  3. Classification of stock management systems.
  4. Description of the principal forms.
    1. Introduction.
    2. Functioning of the stock management.
    3. Determinist forms.
    4. Non-determinist forms.
    5. Conclusions.
  5. Bibliography.


PARTICULAR FEATURES OF STORAGE:

FOOD STORAGE

 

The document has 67 pages, 15 graphs and 7 tables.

 

INDEX:

  1. Introduction.
  2. Generalities.
  3. Perishable fresh products with medium and long term expiration.
    1. Alterations of perishable products.
    2. Notions of microbiology.
  4. Storage of perishable products.
  5. Storage of non-perishable products.
  6. Cleaning and disinfection of the facilities.
  7. Quality controls.

 

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