Warehouse Management

All material inventories shall be under the authority and collective authority of a responsible warehouse manager. This person shall have sufficient experience in warehousing methods and shall have the competence and adequacy of warehouse operations management. There shall not be any doubts about his trustworthiness and correctness, and shall be able to manage the people under his supervision in a good manner.

The job description, duties, and responsibilities of the warehouse manager are as follows:
A. Keeping warehouses clean and tidy
B. To take over the materials entering the warehouse after ensuring their compliance with the specifications contained in the Commodity Order Sheet and Commodity Receipt Sheet or in the declaration of the warehouse debtor
C. Putting materials in the right place in the warehouse
D. To match the warehouse card balances with real warehouse inventories
E. Sending a request to purchase goods to the Purchasing Office in cases where the inventory of each item reaches the limit of re-ordering.
F. Preventing unauthorized persons from entering the warehouses.
G. Exporting materials from the warehouse in return for the warehouse drafts that have the signatures of authorized signatories.
H. Preparing a report on low consumption materials for the information of the Board of Directors.

Internal Organization of Warehouses

Internal Division of the Warehouses: Shelves and containers containing warehouse materials should be located in a specific corridor so that they can be easily accessed. In many cases, it may be necessary to have sufficient corridors for the passage of equipment and material to be installed inside the warehouse, and in which case it is better to draw white lines on the floor of the warehouse to determine the location of containers of different materials.

Advantages of Warehouse Concentration

The advantages of central warehouses compared to sub-warehouses are as follows:
A. Requiring a smaller number of employees and concentrating warehousing specialists in one office.
B. Reducing the office costs and requiring a smaller number of documents and stationery.
C. Better monitoring.
D. Warehouse employees get acquainted with different types of warehouse materials and if any of the other employees are absent, they can do his/her job.
E. Possibility of a better division of warehouses
F. Facilitating inventory control.
G. The possibility of reducing inventories to a minimum amount and thus reducing warehouse space.
H. Reducing the amount of substandard and low consumption goods.
I. The possibility of reducing consumption capital in inventories to a minimum amount.

The Possible Disadvantages of Concentrating Warehouses Include

A. Increase the cost of domestic transportation.
B. Warehouses’ location may be far from many consumer circles and cause inconvenience and delay in delivery of goods.
C. Damage to domestic vehicles or the occurrence of other obstacles in the central warehouses will cause an interruption in the work of the departments.

Assembly Hall Standards

 Assembly hall temperature shall be at least 15-20 ° C (profile should be at that temperature 24 hours before cutting)
 Desk or cart should be designed so as not to create scratches on the surface of the UPVC profile.
 Assembly devices must be calibrated annually by specialists.