Warehouse redesign to satisfy tight supply chain management constraints

  title={Warehouse redesign to satisfy tight supply chain management constraints},
  author={Roman Buil and Miquel Angel Piera},
The picking process is a critical supply chain component for many companies. A proper warehouse configuration, storage policy, trays replenishment policy, and other factors are also important to reduce not only the delivery time, but also increase productivity while maintaining quality factors at competitive costs. This paper presents an integrated approach to tackle the complexity of warehouse redesign under several space and quality factor constraints. The proposed design methodology… CONTINUE READING

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