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Customer: Sultan Alkaabi Catering Est.
Solution Software : Pegasus Warehouse Management System
Customer Size: Over 10,000
Country or Region: Kuwait
Industry: Food Industry Benefits
- Reduced overall costs by 25%
- Reduced overall costs by 30%
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Sultan Alkaabi Catering Est. is one of the leading cold storage warehouse provider in Kuwait aims to maintain the produce (usually food) at an optimum temperature, to stop it spoiling and to extend its life.
Our mission is to deliver a positive, reliable experience to each and every one of our clients while offering exceptional value in the marketplace and setting the standard for professionalism in the logistic solutions we provide.
For us, there is no impossible. We create the new logistics services industry. We cross boundaries and create logistics of the future.
Warehouse Inventory Management System could only provide simple functions, mostly just storage location information. Nowadays, the breadth of WMS functionality can vary greatly, from basic best practices in pick, pack and ship functionality to sophisticated programs coordinating advanced interactions with material-handling devices and yard management.
A warehouse management system can reduce the likelihood of errors that could occur when a product is shipped. The system can also help a company fulfill orders more rapidly and instantaneously trace ordered products within the warehouse.
The warehouse of the future will take advantage of automated capacity management by leveraging technology for better, data-driven capacity planning. The result is fewer capacity planning errors that can lead to lost revenue and improved space utilization, which translates to a healthier bottom line.
On-demand warehousing is another trend to emerge from the need for greater warehouse flexibility to accommodate temporary demand for additional capacity. This trend enables companies who have built their warehouse to handle their peak season demands to monetize unused space during quieter times of the year.
Automation as a service is a fast growing business model where customers can deploy automation on an as needed basis. It’s gaining prominence because it provides facilities with the ability to rapidly scale up and down as demand dictates and allows buyers to expand or experiment with technologies such as robotics without going through a rigorous purchasing process.
Warehouse management analytics help you identify functions that consume a lot of time and cause processing errors due to manual work. You can introduce automation into these critical functions to shorten the process cycle time, save costs and improve efficiency.
Enables organizations to customize workflow and picking logic to make sure that the warehouse is designed for optimized inventory allocation. The Pegasus Warehouse Management System establishes bin slotting that maximizes storage space and accounts for variances in seasonal inventory. It allows you to keep track of many thousands of items, quickly reorder products when they get too low, and make sure you never have too many or too few products on hand. Whether you have a single warehouse or multiple warehouses.
Which enables the use of advanced tracking and automatic identification and data capture(AIDC) systems, including RFID and barcode scanners to make sure that goods can be found easily when they need to move.
When using inventory management systems, merchants can also incorporate barcode scanners and RFID technology to support the most up-to-date tracking possible.
Which allows inventory putaway and retrieval, often with pick-to-light or pick-to-voice technology to help warehouse workers locate goods.putaway refers to all the processes that happen between receiving goods from vendors and having them all put away into their assigned places. Having a putaway system simplifies the process of storing items, reduces the risk of misplacing or losing items, and keeps your warehouse clean and organized.
Including zone picking, wave picking and batch picking. Warehouse workers can also use lot zoning and task interleaving functions to guide the pick-and-pack tasks in the most efficient way. When shipments are received by the warehouse, items are stored and entered into an inventory management system for tracking and accountability. Picking refers to selecting the right quantities of products from warehouse storage. Packing, on the other hand, happens when those products are placed in shipping boxes with appropriate packaging materials, labeled, documented and shipped.
Which helps warehouse managers monitor workers' performance by using key performance indicators (KPIs) that indicate workers who perform above or below standards.
Which enables the Warehouse Inventory Management System to send bills of lading (B/L) ahead of the shipment, generate packing lists and invoices for the shipment and send advance shipment notifications to recipients.
Which assists truck drivers coming into a warehouse to find the right loading docks. A more complex use of yard and dock management enables cross-docking and other functions of inbound and outbound logistics. Manual processes contribute to issues in scalability and create additional stress for your staff. Upgrading systems to reflect the latest, best-in-class systems can help manage workflows for your team, reduce the risk of delays, and much more.
Monitoring business performance and sales trends across locations, customers, and products is mandatory for making informed, data-driven decisions about future actions and developments. WMS offers numerous opportunities to track and generate reports concerning every side of your business:
- Customizable metrics let you assess all the data and know your most profitable customer, top-selling product, best-performing sales channel, most efficient worker, peak sales season, etc..
- Automatic balance sheet accounts for revenue, taxes, and the cost of products sold based on real-time data saves time and minimizes miscalculations. Many WMSs support multi-currency pricing, different tax systems, and landed cost management, which is crucial if you operate in multiple locations.