All about Warehouse Racking and MHE
Manama:17th of February from 9:00 a.m till 5:00 p.m. at InterContinental Regency Bahrain
The warehouse is the corner stone of the supply chain operation. It ensures the proper flow of goods from suppliers to end customers and guarantees the availability of stock to satisfy demand. In order to properly manage their operations, warehouses must be equipped with appropriate storage and racking systems in addition to the right MHE required to move the goods in and out of the warehouse. This course offers a complete overview of the different available racking systems and material handling equipment (MHE), reviews in details their characteristics and their applicability to different operations. Attendees will also receive an introduction to warehouse design concepts.
Join us along and acquire
Audience who has completed the course will:
- Have necessary knowledge of different types of racking systems.
- Have necessary knowledge of different types of MHE.
- Understand the applicability of storage systems and MHE to the various operations.
- Understand the advantages and disadvantages of each system and be able to make the right selections.
- Be able to estimate the cost of furnishing or revamping a warehouse.
Who Should Attend
This course is directed to Supply Chain Managers, Warehouse Managers, Operations Managers, architects, as well as anyone involved in the design, selection or procurement of warehousing systems.
After a bachelor and masters in Management Information System from the Lebanese University and Sagesse University, Bernard started his career as an Analyst Programmer at InfoPlus and moved on to be a position of Senior Analyst Programmer at Equatech. Bernard joined SNS in 2007 as the manager of the Customer Support Team. In his years at SNS, Bernard has been in charge of building this new entity in SNS and has also led many technical implementations and integration projects at leading companies such as DHL, Holdal (l’Oreal), Barwil (Samsung), Ducab, Transmart, Barlowrold (Nike) and Nestlé. Bernard was promoted to Technical Manager in 2011 and is now in charge of the full technical team of SNS.