Warehouse and Distribution Management training centre in Bangladesh


Warehouse and Distribution Management

  • Date : 20 - 28 September 2021
  • Duration : Evening(7.30 PM-10 PM)
  • No. of Classes/ Sessions : 4 Sessions
  • Class Schedule : Monday & Tuesday
  • Total Hours : 12
  • Last Date of Registration : 19 September, 2021 ( within 5pm )
  • Venue : Online Virtual


Warehouse is an establishment that stocks goods for sale to customers/ consumers or gathers materials for the purpose of using as an input for production processes. Enterprises build stores to ensure a balanced flow of materials in order to keep the business running. Effective Store/ Warehouse Management is a key part of the supply chain and primarily aims to control the movement and storage of materials within a Store/Warehouse and process the associated transactions, including shipping, receiving, put-away and picking.

Effective Warehouse Management system can maximize the servicing of orders on time and in full, minimize the cost of warehouse, and maximize inventory turnover (i.e. minimize the time that materials stay in the warehouse). While effective warehouse management system is in place, organization can minimize response time to demand, and errors in dispatches. It also helps to preserve quality, value and security of stored items.

On the other hand Distribution Management means the management of resources and processes used to deliver a product from a production location to the point-of-sale, including storage at warehousing locations or delivery to retail distribution points. Distribution management also includes determination of optimal quantities of a product for delivery to particular warehouses or points-of-sale in order to achieve the most efficient delivery to customers. Efficient distribution management system is needed to ensure the right products are delivered to the right location on time and at a good cost. It includes the tasks of transportation, stock control, warehousing and monitoring the flow of goods.

One must remember that Inventory plays important role for both warehouse and distribution management. Inventory is a list of goods and materials, or those goods and materials themselves, held available in stock by an enterprise. An organization's Inventory can appear a mixed blessing, since it counts as an asset on the balance sheet, but it also ties up money that could serve for other purposes and requires additional expense for its protection.


Interactive Lecture
PowerPoint Presentation
Group Discussion

Contents of Training:

Day 01:
Introduction to program & learning objective
Warehouses or Store- Key Concepts
Objectives of Warehouse Management
How to Choose Store/Warehouse Location
Function of Warehouse
Store/Warehouse Layout
Types of Warehouse

Supply Chain Management and its main Elements
Different Levels of Stores/Warehouse
Material Management
Bill of Material (BOM)
Material Requirement Planning

Inventory and Related Issues
Inventory Stages and Types
Inventory Replenishment System
EOQ in Inventory

Safety Inventory
Lead-time Management
How to Reduce Lead-time
Learning Check
Summarize and wrap up the day

Day 02:
Introduction to program & learning objective
Distribution- Key Concept
Types of Classification of Items
Distribution Channel and Related Issues
Channel Functions

Channel Formats

Warehouse and Stocktaking
Distribution and Transportation
Transportation: Economics of Vehicle
Safety at Warehouse and related issues
Material Management and Profitability

5S in Warehouse and Plant Management
Few More Tips
Case Studies
Learning check
Wrap up of the day

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Resource Person

Shankar Kumar Roy

Corporate Trainer and Management Consultant

Mr. Shankar Kumar Roy is a Corporate Trainer and Management Consultant. He is currently engaged as a part-time Consultant at Bangladesh Cement manufacturers Association (BCMA), and as a project-wise consultant at KPMG Advisory Services Ltd. He has recently concluded a big consultancy assignment with UNDP. He was employed as an Advisor (Research and Planning) at M.I. Cement Factory Ltd. (Crown Cement) till 30th June 2020. Before joining at Crown Cement Group, he had served at Holcim Cement (Bangladesh) Ltd (Holcim) and its previous organization Hyundai Cement (Bangladesh) Ltd for more than 16 years and lastly he was holding the post of General Manager-Business Development at Holcim. During this long service period at Holcim, he had performed a wide variety of responsibilities, which includes Business Planning, Logistics, Procurement, Supply Chain Management, CSR, Marketing, Communication, ISO Management System, Project Management, Business Risk Management, Environment, Safety, and Business Development etc.

• A professional corporate trainer by providing practical, interactive and fun-filled activity based training to the corporate sector and training institutions through training programs, workshops, and seminars. He has conducted numerous training and has 15+ years of experience in training. His area of specialization in training is Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Marketing & Sales and various Soft Skills.
• Imparts training on Supply Chain Management (SCM) of ITC/UNCTAD/WTO course at DCCI on a regular basis. He is also a regular trainer at BDjobs.com training center, CSDC (Chittagong Skill Development Center), and Rapport Bangladesh Ltd etc. He has conducted training at corporate companies like ACI, Squire, Nitol-Niloy Group, PRAN-RFL Group, Tamanna Group, Bengal Biscuit and at development and training organizations like URS, BRAC, ICDDRB, BJIT (Bangladesh Japan Training Institute) and Swisscontact.
• Awarded as the “Trainer of the Year 2018” recognition by ITC (International Trade Center), Geneva, Switzerland at a gala event in Beijing, China on 1st November 2018.
• An M Com degree in Accounting from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He obtained the degree of Certified Environmental System Manager (CESM) from NERP, USA. He also obtained International Diploma in Supply Chain Management (SCM) from ITC/UNCTAD/WTO, Geneva, Switzerland. During his long service career, he attended various training courses, ToT program, and seminars and traveled extensively at home and abroad (Switzerland, Spain, Italy, India, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, China, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Nepal).
• 36 years job experiences in leading multinational and national companies. He started his career in 1983 at Al-Amin Sea Trans Ltd – one of the then largest Shipping organizations in Bangladesh. Subsequently, he worked at American Express Bank, Khansons Group, Trans Maritime International Ltd, Prima Maritime Ltd and Multimode Group, Hyundai Cement (Bangladesh) and Holcim Cement (Bangladesh) Ltd. Besides, he was holding the post of member of Executive Committee (EC) of Switzerland Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industries (SBCCI), Dhaka and the former President of Supply Chain Alumni Society (SAS), Dhaka. He is also a life member of Niketon Welfare Society, Gulshan, Dhaka.
• Authored various articles on Cement Industry, CSR, Sustainable Development, Environment, Safety, and others for national dailies in Bangladesh, Newsletters of HBL and Holcim Group.
• Contributed to a session namely “Carrier in Supply Chain Management“as a Keynote Speaker at three leading universities like NSU, AIUB and SEU in 2019
• Conducted 500+ trainings at various corporate houses of the country.
• Demonstrates high proficiency in Ms Office software Suite.
• Possess excellent oral and written communication skills as well as the ability to present courses effectively and confidently.

Interactive Lecture
PowerPoint Presentation
Group Discussion

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