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dc.contributor.authorSaenglohaphand, U-Maraj
dc.contributor.otherUniversity of the Thai Chamber of Commerce. Graduate School
dc.identifier.citationU-Maraj Saenglohaphand (2011) Warehouse Management for V.S. Service.
dc.description.abstractV.S. Service Company had long faced problems on their inventory managementas well as traceability of their equipment. The existing system needs a majorimprovement in order solve the problems as well as be letting the company able tocompete with other competitors whose system are more organized and controllable.This research paper investigates the existing warehouse management of a companywhich conducts film production services. Then further study had been conducted on theway to improve the company work flow and inventory management using logistics andsupply chain related input. After the implementation, the total service time is reduced by80 percent. The objective of this paper is to find the best warehouse managementsystem software to improve the inventory system of the company. From the study, ithad been clear that V.S. Service lacks efficiency managing their warehouse and theproposed solution will ease their problems while improving the company’s efficiency andproductivity.
dc.publisherUniversity of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
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dc.subject.otherLogistics Management
dc.titleWarehouse Management for V.S. Service
dc.rights.holderUniversity of the Thai Chamber of Commerce of Business of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
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