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Advantages of A.S.R.S (Automated storage and reordering systems) Reduced stock holding due to improved stock, location and reordering capacity Reduced labour costs and manning levels Reduced building costs due to higher storage densities and better utilization of the building cube Improved control of work in progress reducing the capital tied up In part-finished products Improved audit trail due to automatic recording of stock movement Automatic stock rotation (first-in first-out) Create utilization (round the clock working if necessary)
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  • Spring '15
  • Greg Waters
  • Work in progress, higher storage densities, Automatic stock rotation, static flow rack, conveyor Collecting belt, flag high light

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