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Information Support of Processes in Warehouse Logistics


  • Gordei Kirill

    () (SPbSEU, Russia)

  • Borisova Vera

    () (SPbSEU, Russia)


In the conditions of globalization in the world economic communications the role of information support business processes increases in various branches and fields of activity. There isn't an exception the warehouse activity. Such information support is realized in warehouse logistic systems. In relation to territorial administratively education the warehouse logistic system gets a format of difficult social and economic structure which control the economic streams covering the intermediary, trade and transport organizations and the enterprises of other branches and spheres. Spatial movement of inventory items makes new demands to participants of merchandising. Warehousing (in the meaning – storage) – is one of the operations entering into logistic activity, on the organization of a material stream, requirement in which cannot be. Therefore, warehousing as "management of spatial movement of stocks" – is justified. Warehousing in such understanding try to get rid as to contain stocks - business expensive. This aspiration finds reflection in the logistic systems working by the principle: "just in time", "economical production" and others. Therefore the role of warehouses as places of storage is transformed to understanding of warehousing as innovative logistic system.

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  • Gordei Kirill & Borisova Vera, 2013. "Information Support of Processes in Warehouse Logistics," Eurasian Journal of Business and Management, Eurasian Publications, vol. 1(2), pages 58-62.
  • Handle: RePEc:ejn:ejbmjr:v:1:y:2013:i:2:p:58-62

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