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The Warehouse and Distribution Industry


The warehouse and distribution industry plays a crucial role in the global supply chain, facilitating the storage, handling, and movement of goods from manufacturers to consumers. This sector encompasses a wide range of activities and processes designed to optimise the flow of products through various distribution channels.

Warehouse and Distribution Multi-System Integration

THINK’s warehouse management system software provided JLA Group a multi-system integration for all key warehouse and transport business processes. Full stock visibility and traceability at product serial number and location levels. Allowing significant business expansion with capacity for future growth potential. We were also able to enhance the suite of business reports for the company. THINK has also worked with other prominent suppliers to the warehouse and distribution industry including Harlow Group Storage. 

Benefits to the Warehouse and Distribution industry

The benefits of implementing a warehouse management system within the warehouse and distribution industry include:

  • Inventory accuracy
  • Order accuracy and fulfillment
  • Increased productivity
  • Optimised space utilisation
  • Real-time visibility
  • Reduced lead times
  • Cross-docking efficiency
  • Enhanced traceability
  • Better supplier and customer collaboration
  • Automated reporting and analytics
  • Labour optimization
  • Compliance with industry standards
  • Scalability
  • Improved returns processing
  • Cost reduction

JLA Group

JLA Group tasked THINK to provide a warehouse and transport solution to their UK and Ireland operations. THINK were able to integrate their WMS successfully with two in-house systems and XPO Logistics Transport Management System. In addition to inbound ASN receiving and order fulfilment, JLA also required a solution for their workshop operation.

Read the JLA Group Case Study

Why Choose THINK?

We employ experienced WMS consultants to work with your company and assess the current warehouse operations, understand your specific needs and challenges, and then recommend, implement, and customise WMS solutions that align with the company’s goals and objectives. Our expertise covers a wide range of areas, including technology, logistics, supply chain management, process optimisation and software integration. When combined with our approach to project management, this leads to consistent achievement of objectives within agreed timescales.

From the outset our Warehouse Management System was designed  to easily interface with other business applications ranging from ERP systems such as  SAP, System 21, SAGE, MS Dynamics, Oracle etc. Through to Ecommerce providers such as Shopify and Prestashop.

Implementing a warehouse management system / WMS should not mean an upheaval on time or costs. THINK’s wealth of industry experience with a deep routed industry skill set means we can work with your business to provide the most intuitive WMS on the market. Get your staff trained and operational within 45 minutes – it really is that user friendly.

Here is an example of our system on an Android phone, showing how you can use it on the go.

Warehouse Management System

Are you worried that a Warehouse Management solution will cost you loads of money? Or you will be trapped in a long contract? To arrange a demo or discuss your requirements, give THINK a call on 0330 350 0715, email enquiries@tkinv.com or complete the Quick Quote form below. We can work with your business to help save you money and drive down costs.


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