Production Cost


Warehouse Management Process is the scheme of how you receive, store, pick and pack your goods form the backbone of your entire business. It is not just a procedure to follow but a series of focused moves having a target of its own. Warehouse processes and procedures keep changing with innovation in warehouse management system that most of the business use. The warehouse management workflow starts with receiving purchase orders from suppliers, storing, retrieval and ends with dispatching it to the fulfillment network.

Choose one case study of production company and describe in detail of the following requirements.

  1. Introduction.
  1. Background of the company.
  2. Company product.
  3. Company facilities.
  4. Receiving and Storage.
  1. Pre-receipt Preparation.
  2. Receiving and Quality Checking.
  3. Recording and Storing.
  4. Retrieving Preparation.
  1. Technology.
  2. Warehouse layout and Storage Method.
  3. Material Handling System.
  4. Retrieval Strategy.
  5. Retrieval Strategies.
  6. Types of operator-to-goods methods.
  •  Retrieve by order.
  •  Cluster or batch retrieval.
  •  Zone retrieval.
  1. Goods-to-operator Strategy.
  2. Automatic storage and retrieval.

(30 marks)


Keeping additional inventory requires large warehouse space and increases production cost. Just-in-Time (JIT) is a production approach introduced to reduce production cost, by eliminating waste due to large inventory in warehouse and work-in process. Materials are purchased in small quantities and arrive only when they are needed. The purpose of the JIT approach is to improve quality and reduce production cost.

Student is required to analyses previous research on the JIT and describe with own understanding on the benefits of JIT to the company.

(30 marks)

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