In our warehouses, we distinguish three different activities: receiving goods, shipments, and internal transport (supplying departments and removing finished products).

The day-to-day activities:

  • Receiving, with verification of incoming goods, materials, and raw materials.
  • Internal transport (between different departments and warehouses).
  • Storage of goods, raw materials, and finished products, with proper administrative follow-up.
  • Preparing orders for shipment (correct packaging and wrapping, labeling, provision of documents).
  • Shipping of finished products (picking and preparing according to shipping orders, loading trucks, etc.).
  • Inventory management, inventory, and information provision about stocks, goods flow, requests, etc.

As a warehouse worker, you are required to operate internal transport vehicles in a safe and correct manner (electric pallet jack, narrow-aisle truck, forklift).

  • You use the central computer database to look up and enter data, partly via scanning.
  • You ensure a proper administrative flow (receipts, shipping notes, certificates, loading lists, etc.).

Internal Transport:

  • You supply the various production departments with the requested raw materials, packaging, or products. You retrieve pallets of finished products and are responsible for their packaging and storage.

Warehouse Receiving:

  • You receive goods, perform checks based on the relevant documents, inform the internal recipient, and deliver the goods to the correct department or place them in the warehouse.
  • You unload trucks (pallets or bulk trucks) and ensure the correct administrative handling each time (input into the computer system, document preparation, etc.).

Warehouse Shipping:

  • You gather the requested products to prepare and make them ready for shipment (with or without full pallets). You use scanners and the central computer for this purpose.
  • You load trucks and handle the administrative flow during the shipping process of the prepared orders.