A Simulation Model of Dynamic Resource Allocation of Different Priorities Packing Lanes: RS Components Warehouse as a Case Study

F. H. Madi, Ammar Al-Bazi

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    Abstract

    This on-going MBA work shows what main problems a leading warehouse management faces nowadays and attempts to tackle one of the problems within the packing area. It also suggests ways to improve warehouse productivity that affects construction management performance using simulation technology. Research problem of allocating resources to two different prioritised packing lanes is addressed. A framework for a simulation model is developed to initiate the packing operations for both regular and important lanes which called VIP packing lanes. Case study of one of the warehouses located in Nuneaton, UK is considered. A logical diagram is developed to reflect the workflow in the packing area. A future work “As-Is” and “What-If” scenarios will be developed to manifest problem areas and try to fully utilize the resources between different packing lanes.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages97-102
    Number of pages6
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    EventOR55 Annual Conference - Exeter, UK, Exeter, United Kingdom
    Duration: 3 Sep 20135 Sep 2013

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    ConferenceOR55 Annual Conference
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityExeter
    Period3/09/135/09/13

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    Warehouses
    Resource allocation
    Productivity

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    The full text is available from: http://www.theorsociety.com/DocumentRepository/Browse.aspx?DocID=347

    Keywords

    • Warehouse
    • simulation
    • packing
    • resource
    • allocation

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    Madi, F. H., & Al-Bazi, A. (2013). A Simulation Model of Dynamic Resource Allocation of Different Priorities Packing Lanes: RS Components Warehouse as a Case Study. 97-102. Paper presented at OR55 Annual Conference, Exeter, United Kingdom.

    A Simulation Model of Dynamic Resource Allocation of Different Priorities Packing Lanes: RS Components Warehouse as a Case Study. / Madi, F. H.; Al-Bazi, Ammar.

    2013. 97-102 Paper presented at OR55 Annual Conference, Exeter, United Kingdom.

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    Madi, FH & Al-Bazi, A 2013, 'A Simulation Model of Dynamic Resource Allocation of Different Priorities Packing Lanes: RS Components Warehouse as a Case Study' Paper presented at OR55 Annual Conference, Exeter, United Kingdom, 3/09/13 - 5/09/13, pp. 97-102.
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