Redesigning of Industrial Warehouse Layout Using CADD

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Mohammad Annas
Humairoh Humairoh


They take a look at changes in seeking out the most appropriate application of warehouse layout patterns using an extended AutoCAD simulation model. preliminary data changed into won based totally on the financial and overall performance of foremost heavy components providers. both primary and secondary data assets have been processed and analyzed at some point which calculated the ratio of the proportion of location for each type of product class based on sales productiveness and the percentage effects can be applied with CADD simulation (pc Aided layout and Drafting) by using the use of software program software AutoCAD and SketchUp to make clear in viewing pix in three-dimensional form. After the reapply layout is implemented in the utility, the organization can use shade codes and numeric / letter codes to make it smooth in grouping classes of goods. The outcomes indicate that properly-prepared and technology-based warehouse operations brought full-size and giant growth to both efficiency and sales in a selected post-pandemic.

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Annas, M., & Humairoh, H. (2022). Redesigning of Industrial Warehouse Layout Using CADD. Dinasti International Journal of Management Science, 4(1), 57-69.


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