Warehouse managers are also expected to recognize and balance other trade-offs within the warehouse, examples of which are as follows:
- increased throughput versus reduction in labour costs;
- storage density versus quicker pallet extraction;
- manual versus automated processes;
- increased pick rates versus accuracy;
- inventory holding costs versus cost of stock outs.
Today’s challenges are many and varied and require additional skills from the warehouse manager.
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