Warehousing & Distribution
Asn Xpress provides warehousing and distribution centers for companies with a need for a high-performance, yet flexible infrastructure. Through our shared logistics capabilities, our customers gain the benefits of our customized services.
We offer real-time access to inventory status using a simple, intuitive method in managing your inventory. Our state of the art system includes bar code scanning, compliance labeling, space optimization and value-added support services. We offer a wide variety of warehousing, distribution, and value-added services designed to speed up your supply chain as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
By utilizing our efficiencies and experience to reduce your total cost of Warehousing and Distribution, your company can focus its time and money on what really matters in your industry instead of wasting valuable resources on logistics.
We offer both short term and long term storage needs. For long term warehousing facilities, we have special pre determined terms and conditions, while short term storage needs cater to keeping special promotion stock. We have very flexible storage space, and it would be possible for us to handle any sudden change in the level of your inventories. If you invest in building an in house warehouse, you will have to incur huge fixed costs, but by choosing us for your storage services, we will help you change these fixed costs into variable cost.
Warehouse Management System
A warehouse management system (WMS) is a type of software used to manange operations in a warehouse including inventory management, picking processes, and auditing.
A WMS is an instrumental part of the supply chain, the primary goal of which is to track and control the movement and storage of product or materials within a warehouse, and process the associated inventory actions, including: receiving, adding, picking, quality control, shipping, reporting, and forecasting, with the addition of listing and channel management, should the company be involved in eCommerce. A warehouse management system streamlines and facilitates processes and a product's journey throughout the warehouse; for example, such systems will direct and optimize picking by utilizing real-time inventory data to determine the proper warehouse location to retrieve the product from.