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The classification of the warehouse is classified according to the storage form

by:CNS     2021-07-16
The classification of warehouses is classified according to the storage form. 2021-06-20 09:47:021. General warehouses. General warehouses at room temperature are used to store general goods. There are no special requirements for warehouses. Only general warehouses and storage yards are required. , Used to store general goods, such as general metal material warehouses, mechanical and electrical product warehouses, etc. The warehouse facilities are relatively simple, but the types of goods stored are various, and the operation process, storage methods and requirements are different. 2. Constant temperature warehouse A warehouse capable of adjusting temperature and humidity, used to store goods with special requirements on humidity, temperature, etc., including constant temperature, constant humidity and cold storage (generally below 10 ℃), such as food, fruit, meat Waiting for the storage of goods. Such warehouses must have the functions of heat insulation, cold protection and sealing in the building, and be equipped with special equipment, such as air conditioners and refrigerators. 3. Special warehouses are used to store dangerous goods and high-pressure gas warehouses, such as oil tank warehouses, chemical dangerous goods warehouses, etc., and granaries specially used for storing grain. The storage in the special warehouse is single and the storage method is the same, but special storage conditions are required. 4. Floating warehouses floating on the water surface to store cargoes, boats, hoarding boats, floating barges or other floating structures, or in a designated water area for storing wood on the water surface, immersed in the water area for storing goods underwater. In recent years, due to the ultra-large international transportation of oil tankers, many ports are unable to directly enter the port to unload oil due to water depth restrictions. Large surface oil depots are often set up in deep water areas as warehouses to transfer oil. 5. Open-air warehouses for open-air stacking and storage, such as open-air timber stacking yards. Generally, it is suitable for the goods that are large in size and low in price, and are not easily deteriorated in the open air. 6. Storage warehouse A warehouse for storing loose grains and powders, represented by silos. 7. Simple warehouses have no formal buildings, such as temporary warehouses with simple structures such as tents, which are generally used to store temporary goods.
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