1. Inventory organization.Make sure your warehouse isorganized in an efficient manner so you can identify andreceive material inbound to the warehouse, as well as moveinventory on customer orders (sales orders) without losingtrack of what got moved out of the warehouse. This meansthat the supplier shipping the product to the warehouse mustlabel it correctly and place the information on the packaging ina manner which is easily identifiable by the warehouseassociates so they can receive the inventory correctly. Thedetails on the packaging have to be synchronized with thesystems within the warehouse or distribution center. Each itemin the warehouse needs to be identified and marked withdetails about the type of package, as well as any special needs(i.e., expiration dates, hazardous material, packagingrequirements, etc.)2. Process setup for use of inventory.Define all theprocesses within the warehouse for efficient inventorymovement and accurate data recording. Start with asequential location method within the warehouse that will helpthe associate to quickly receive the product. Locationsequencing is fundamental for efficient put away and pickingof the material. Within the warehouse you need to make surezones, fixed locations, and random locations are all setup andthese processes are documented clearly in the proceduresoutline. This helps ensure warehouse personnel use them fortheir own benefit as well as making sure it maintains theoverall inventory management process.