Scientific and Technical Journal


ISSN Print 2221-3937
ISSN Online 2221-3805
In this article the management of warehouse operations, taking into account all the parameters of the warehouse, its resources and the dynamics of movement of the product. The aim of this work is to improve the performance of the logistics system of an industrial warehouse. To do this, we used the method of network modeling and simulation model created logistic warehouse. This simulation model has been developed to optimize the warehouse and takes into account the material with arrival of goods, including changes in volume and time of arrival. It fully describes all warehouse operations and allows us to consider the specifics of the warehouse at both the macro and micro levels, over a long period of time and can be used in warehouse logistics. By conducting an experiment on the compiled simulation model has been defined as quantitative changes in production capacity logistic warehouse operations will affect the performance of its sites, as well as the overall performance of warehouse logistics flow. The relevance of this article lies in the fact that today the competition in the warehouse activity is very high and requires constant development of the logistics system stores. The created model shows the effect of the applied solutions and predicts the outcome of their implementation for many years to come.
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