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Stockout in the warehouse: What it is and how to prevent it

A stockout is defined as the inability of a company to meet a certain level of demand from a customer, due to not having those goods in its warehouse stock. A stockout is one of the problems...

Safety stock in a warehouse: What it is, its importance and how to calculate it

In logistics, what is known as safety stock (also defined as safety inventory) is a certain level of goods that must be kept stored in the warehouse to cope with unscheduled variations in the...

Primary, secondary and tertiary packaging: Types and differences in their storage

Packaging is a key element in protecting warehouse goods; its main function is to secure and group together the stored products. Below we look at the different types of packaging, their characteristics...

Reorder point (ROP): When to order warehouse stock

The Reorder Point (ROP) concept refers to the stock level of a storage reference that indicates the need for replenishment. In other words, a minimum inventory level, which tells us that a new...

Warehouse zoning of goods: Key factors and methods

The concept of zoning a warehouse refers to the division of the available space of a warehouse into different areas or zones to achieve maximum optimisation based on the chosen criteria: use...

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