A warehouse is merely referred to as “warehousing” It is a business establishment where products or raw materials are kept in preparation for use in manufacturing or sale. For receiving, storing, and distributing raw materials or finished goods, a warehouse serves as the central location.
Unloading, receiving, and inspecting incoming goods, storage, order picking, and return handling are just a few of the activities that fall under a company’s warehousing division.
The inbound and outbound flow of goods are the two sides of logistics. But in the end, logistics is all about the movement of goods into and out of a warehouse, both raw and finished. Transportation, internal movement, inventory, and any other form of pertinent data are all included in logistics.
While logistics handles the practical aspects of storing and delivering the goods kept in a warehouse, warehousing concentrates on the secure storage of goods inside a structure. Because of this, it’s essential that warehousing and logistics work together to ensure that these parts communicate effectively.
Benefits of RCC Structure
- It can endure very high temperatures from fire for a long time without loss of structural integrity.
- Buildings constructed with cast-in-place reinforced concrete can resist winds of more than 200 miles per hour and perform well even under the impact of flying debris.
- Concrete requires no additional fireproofing treatments to meet stringent fire codes and performs well during both natural and manmade disasters.
- Concrete is a material that is often locally sourced and thus typically requires minimal energy to transport to building sites.
- No excessive maintenance is required in comparison to steel structures. And not much money is invested on labours.