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A warehouse is a building for storing goods. Warehouses are used by manufacturers, importers, exporters, wholesalers,
transport businesses, customs, etc. They are usually large plain buildings in industrial parks on
the outskirts of cities, towns, or villages.

Private warehouse

Private warehouses give companies the ability to tailor their storage and shipping processes to meet their specific needs. This increased flexibility can lead to improved efficiency and cost savings. In addition, private warehouse offer better security for inventory as well as enhanced branding opportunities through custom labeling and packaging. Overall, private warehouses provide businesses with a number of advantages that can help them to improve their operations and bottom line.

Public warehouse

A public warehouse is a large warehouse that allows businesses to rent space to store and fulfill their products. Space is usually rented according to the amount of square footage occupied by the product, and fulfillment services are provided for an additional fee by the warehouse. Agreements and SLA’s will vary from one warehouse to another and may include requirements for a minimum average order volume (AOV) or higher storage rates for slow-moving inventory.


Bonded warehouse

While the goods are in the bonded warehouse, they may, under supervision by the customs authority, be manipulated by cleaning, sorting, repacking, or otherwise changing their condition by processes that do not amount to manufacturing. After manipulation, and within the warehousing period, the goods may be exported without the payment of duty, or they may be withdrawn for consumption upon payment of duty at the rate applicable to the goods in their manipulated condition at the time of withdrawal. In the United States, goods may remain in the bonded warehouse up to five years from the date of importation.[2] Bonded warehouses provide specialized storage services such as deep freeze or bulk liquid storage, commodity processing, and coordination with transportation, and are an integral part of the global supply chain.

Distribution warehouse

Distribution centers are the foundation of a supply network, as they allow a single location to stock a vast number of products. Some organizations operate both retail distribution and direct-to-consumer out of a single facility, sharing space, equipment, labor resources, and inventory as applicable.  A typical retail distribution network operates with centers set up throughout a commercial market, with each center serving a number of stores. Large distribution centers for companies such as Walmart serve 50–125 stores. Suppliers ship truckloads of products to the distribution center, which stores the product until needed by the retail location and ships the proper quantity.