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Bus/Financial - Transport / Transportation / Shipping
|English term or phrase: pick-by- line|
|Aside from Order-picking, other applications are available in the [name company] 3iV Application Suite. Cross-Docking, Pick-by-line, Put Away, Replenishment, Cycle Counting etc… are only few of the possibilities|
En realidad no sé si refiere a transporte, pero creo que sí tiene que ver con Logística en general. Es una aplicación que se puede adaptar para utilizar con SAP. ¿Alguna sugerencia? Si sabéis la traducción de los otros términos (Put Away, Replenishment, Cycle Counting) en este contexto me ayudaríais muchísmimo. Gracias de antemano
13 mins confidence: 8 hrs confidence:
Pick aqui se debe entender como encargar un pedido.
Picking: Finding and removing stock from a storage area - generally found to be the most expensive activity in the operation of a stores or warehouse, due especially to the travelling time of the picker to reach the stock to be picked. See Wave Picking. Picking is a major concern in stores & warehouse operational management - see the free GMCS 'course' on stores/warehouse operations.
Pick by Line: synonymous with batch picking (wave picking).
Batch (Order) Picking: in stores and warehouse operations, picking the stock for two, or several, orders together, then accumulating the picked stock at a further location, in order to reduce the overall picking time, especially time spent travelling to the stock. See wave picking.
Wave Picking: Also known as batch order picking, wave picking is the simultaneous picking of multiple customer orders, done to improve the efficiency of the overall picking operation ( for example, by reducing travelling time). As might be supposed, there are numerous schemes for carrying out wave picking. For example, a batch of picking requirements constituting all the orders for a morning a can be "exploded" into different picking lists for each storeroom or zone, and each zone's pick list then sorted into stock location sequence. Each of these lists might then be split into "sub-lists", each sub-list estimated to require approximately the same product picking time. The storemen or warehousemen must deliver the picked items from his sub-list to a designated order sorting area
Se trata de acumular pedidos antes de mandar a alguién a recogerlos, para asi ahorrar tiempo/dinero y traer varios pedidos en un solo viaje.
Note added at 8 hrs (2007-04-03 01:24:49 GMT)
Crossdocking: A crossdocking facility within a distribution network will typically comprise a large enclosed area with many receiving docks on one side and many despatching docks on the other. Incoming loads made up of many diverse SKUs from many suppliers are broken up and the materials then reassembled into new groupings for forward despatch to various destinations. A crossdocking operation might be established, say, by a consortium of food companies in a particular geographic area supplying to the regional warehouses of a number of different supermarkets. See also consolidation and breakbulk.
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