The definition of warehouse management 2021-06-20 08:35:05 The so-called warehouse management refers to the management of warehouses and materials stored in warehouses. The warehouse of modern enterprises has become the logistics center of enterprises. In the past, the warehouse was regarded as a cost center with no added value, but now the warehouse is not regarded as part of the process of forming added value, and is regarded as a key factor in the successful operation of the enterprise. The warehouse is used by the enterprise as a bridge connecting the supply side and the demand side. From the perspective of the supplier, the warehouse as a distribution center engages in efficient distribution processing, inventory management, transportation, and distribution. From the perspective of the demand side, the warehouse as a distribution center must meet the needs of various customers with the greatest flexibility and timeliness. Therefore, for enterprises, warehouse management is of great significance. Under the new economic and new competitive situation, enterprises have paid more and more attention to the importance of reasonable management of warehousing while paying attention to efficiency and constantly tapping and developing their own competitiveness. Accurate warehouse management can effectively control and reduce circulation and inventory costs, which is a key support and guarantee for companies to maintain their advantages. Since the role of modern warehousing is not only storage, but also a material circulation center, the focus of warehousing management is no longer only focusing on the safety of material storage, but more attention is paid to how to use modern technology, such as information technology and automation technology. Improve the speed and efficiency of warehousing operations, which is also the reason why automated warehouses are popular. The automated three-dimensional warehouse uses large-scale storage equipment, such as high-level shelves; handling equipment, such as pallets, forklifts, elevators, automatic transmission tracks and information management systems, so as to realize the automation of warehousing enterprises. The core content of warehousing business can be divided into five main parts: warehousing operations, warehousing management, outgoing operations, financial settlement and query statements. For the needs of third-party logistics companies, they will not simply stop at the above-mentioned basic functions. They will also provide customers with various statistical information. Such as 'shelf life reportIt is enough to request corresponding production.