Get to know the ‘Warehouse’

Reviewed on July 3, 2019

Hello, today Borneo will come to share good knowledge for everyone to understand about the ‘warehouse’, a place for storing and temporary resting products before distributing from the center to various points. The warehouse helps to distribute products to customers with flexibility and save the cost of transportation. Many manufacturers and distributors have warehouses in important areas.

Feature of the warehouse
The warehouse is a large building, the interior design is open and organized. The transportation of goods from the manufacturer or factory to the warehouse will focus on large lots. It is easier to sort the products before shipping to the branch warehouse.

Type of warehouse

1. General warehouse
– A warehouse or a house with gates and fences
– Protect the product from sun, wind, and rain
– May have raised platforms to prevent flooding

2. A warehouse with a roof only for protection from the rain
– No wall to prevent sunlight
– Used to store products that must be careful about moisture or stuffy
– Storing large goods and difficult to transport

3. Open warehouse
– The storage may come as a container
– Suitable for agricultural products

Other types of warehouses
– Suitable for storing specific products such as liquid tanks, chemicals, etc.

Benefits of Warehouse
1. Reduct product costs, when shipping goods in a remote area
2. The ordering product can be shopped faster
3. Reduce the damage from transportation, large bulk packaging is safer
4. Customers receive products faster

Currently, Borneo Technical (Thailand) Co., Ltd. has 9 warehouses which are Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Nakhon Ratchasima, Surat Thani, Hat Yai, Laem Chabang, Udon Thani, Phitsanulok, and Ratchaburi. The warehouse is considered the key success of Borneo.

Borneo’s vision is “To be an ultimate marketing service and integrated supply chain provider of Automotive Aftermarket / Industrial supplies by adding values to our customers and suppliers and also delivering sustainable profitable growth in the interest of stakeholders”