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ACTUAL CELL xy. CELL DIMENSIONS AS USED IN FORMULAE, WITH y = γχ r i GANGWAY WIDTH FIG. 1. Layout of gangways. GA ^JGW/ΚΎ 26 HANDLING IN A WAREHOUSE Since the dimensions of a unit of item to be stored—for instance, one pallet load—are known, the cell dimensions and minimal gangway widths can be calculated. Hence units based on the above described cell dimension, can be translated, whenever required, into the more common measures of length, area and volume. 3. 2) gives the minimal average handling effort per unit of a commodity for which the average stock and, by implication, the maximum stock is known.
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In fact this is exactly the form of automation that has been realised in the warehouse of "The Kitchen of Sarah Lee". In such a set-up, handling effort and thence handling cost are still linked to distance over which an item has to be moved, and our model would apply. e. costs dependent on the distance, are only part of the total handling cost. There are other costs, which are time dependent, such as amortisation rates of building and capital equipment, and in the case of automation the initial capital outlay will be high.
A Mathematical Model for Handling in a Warehouse by E. Kay, R Brown, G. Chandler and W. A. Davis (Auth.)