Warehouse management systems support warehouse staff in performing the processes required to handle all of the major and many minor warehouse tasks such as receiving, inspection and acceptance, put-away, internal replenishment to picking positions, picking, packing, value added services, order assembly on the shipping dock, documentation, and shipping (loading onto carrier vehicles). A warehouse management system also helps in directing and validating each step, capturing and recording all inventory movement, and status changes to the data file.
A warehouse management system usually represents the central unit in the software structure of a warehouse. The WMS receives orders from the overlying host system, mostly an ERP system, manages these in a database and, after appropriate optimization, supplies them to the connected conveyor control systems
RULMENTI SA Barlad company uses the standard which regularizes packing and marking products and describes packages for products intended for domestic and foreign customers.
Products are protected against corrosion according to technological process, by meeting the technical specifications according to the internal standard or the special customer requirements.
Packing products should comply with the provisions the technical specifications or the special customer requirements.
A label according to internal standard is applied on each bearing.
Warehouse Management System
Warehouse Management System is an essential system in Supply and Delivery Logistics;
The main purpose of controlling movements and storage of goods in a warehouse, as well as processing associated operations;
Optimizes inventory based on information on bin status;
Provides a set of computerized procedures for inventory management, storage space (empty / occupied locations), human resources used;
Uses tools such as barcode readers, mobile terminals;
More efficient management of the URB group brands and the product portfolio;
Real-time access to status and status of warehouse of finished products, as stock in SAP;
The ability to communicate realistic delivery times to customers and delivering efficiencies;
Traceability by landmark (steel batch, quality, seniority and additional supplier in the case of cylindrical standard bearings);
Product location information on the warehouse to improve time and effort in handling and preparing deliveries;
Simplification of system entry operations of warehouse of finished products movements;
A single and standardized internal barcode system.