Build A Centralized Warehouse Management System With Storage Bins

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Less Time Picking Items

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Unlimited Number of Bins

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Well-Organized Storage
of Clients’ Assets

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Bin Locations is a digital representation of the actual shelves
and warehouse racks that helps you organize ideal storage

Always Know Where Your Goods Are Located

With a proper physical and digital bin system in your warehouse, you’ll arrange goods so your staff can quickly find everything, be it a tire, smartphone, or nail. It doesn’t matter whether you have 100 or 5,000 items in stock; you’ll see their exact warehouse locations and quantity.

In Orderry, you can generate barcodes to stick on each storage bin according to your inventory labeling system. Put everything in place during posting and save valuable time stocktaking goods with a barcode scanner.

Increase Work Order Processing Time & Sales Velocity

When writing off an item for sale or a spare part for work orders, your employees can immediately see its location in the warehouse. With a logical location numbering system, even new staff members don’t need much training to pick and pack the correct items quickly.

Digitalize warehouse activities to make picking products an easy task

Store Your Clients’ Assets Like Your Own But Apart

Orderry’s efficient bin location system allows you to organize the safe warehousing of devices your clients bring in for repair or maintenance, seasonal items you take in for storage (such as tires, sports equipment), and other goods that aren’t your company’s property.

Create individual inventory bins for such items to store them separately—track transfers of products between warehouses to prevent chaos and improve customer experience.

Headache-Free Stocktakes For Accurate Stock

With Orderry, you don't need to perform a full warehouse stocktake every time you check whether the inventory data is correct and matches the actual quantity. Inspect individual bins in your warehouse space during short and frequent stocktake sessions to identify losses or issues caused by human errors.

Reduce Storage and Picking Costs

Shorten time during warehouse operations and increase storage capacity with extended inventory management functions in Orderry software:

  • Print posting, transfer, and stocktake documents in a few clicks.
  • Keep track of stock levels in bins to monitor the availability of each type of products.
  • Generate warehouse inventory reports for any period in seconds to inform your decision-making when evaluating efforts from purchasing goods and building a profitable product mix.

Orderry is web-based warehouse management and
inventory control solution for companies with diverse products to stock

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What are bin locations?


Bin locations are essential to a bin warehouse storage system which typically comprises a row of shelves stacked or inventory racks divided into individual units of space called bins. These bins are often adjustable and can be customized to fit different sizes and package types. The system is designed to provide easy access and visibility to rows of products, making it efficient and convenient for users to locate and retrieve what they need. Bin locations are commonly used to organize storage for garages, workshops, and other environments for warehousing.

How do I organize basement storage with bin locations?


Bin locations help and efficiently keep your belongings easily accessible and organized. Implement this system in four simple steps:

  1. 1. Start by decluttering and sorting through your items, removing anything you no longer need or use.
  2. 2. Categorize your belongings into groups and assign each category a bin location, considering its weight capacity. This can be done by labeling each bin with a specific number or letter and creating a corresponding list or map of the bin locations.
  3. 3. Make sure to place frequently used items in easily accessible locations and consider using clear bins or labeling the contents of each bin to make it easier to find what you need.
  4. 4. Regularly review and update your bin locations to ensure items are stored most efficiently and organized.

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