SAP EWM in the Food and Beverage Industry

Warehouse Management in the Food and Beverage Industry

Warehouse management is critical for companies operating in the Food and Beverage sector. Warehouse management in this sector involves managing the receipt, storage, and shipment of food and beverage items. Because beverages and foodstuffs have a higher risk of spoilage and damage compared to other products, companies need to seamlessly manage their warehouse management and logistics processes.

Warehouse management involves managing the supply chain and ensuring that orders are processed and shipped in a timely manner. Finally, warehouse management involves ensuring compliance with all applicable regulations and safety standards.

Using of WMS in the Food and Beverage Companies

Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) are used in many industries as well as by food and beverage companies to manage their warehouses. WMS systems offer a complete set of tools that let businesses manage orders, track inventory, streamline warehouse operations, and plan incoming and outgoing shipments. These systems can be used to generate real-time reports on inventory levels, costs, sales, and other information, as well as to optimize the picking, packing, and shipping processes. WMS systems can also be integrated with other business systems like ERP, accounting, and e-commerce. This enables businesses to improve customer satisfaction, cut costs, and streamline operations.

Businesses invest in WMS solutions because they can help to boost productivity, accuracy, and efficiency while lowering labor costs and enhancing customer service. Additionally, WMS improves visibility into warehouse operations, enabling businesses to manage resources and streamline processes.

  • Increased efficiency: Warehouse management systems allow companies to streamline and automate their logistics processes, resulting in increased efficiency, accuracy and productivity.

  • Improved accuracy: Warehouse management systems provide accurate inventory tracking, allowing companies to better manage their stock levels and reduce the risk of overstocking or running out of inventory.

  • Cost savings: Automating warehouse processes can reduce labor costs and eliminate errors that can lead to additional costs.

  • Enhanced visibility: A warehouse management system can provide detailed insight into warehouse operations, allowing companies to better manage their resources and optimize their processes.

  • Improved customer service: A warehouse management system can help companies better manage their inventory and improve customer service by ensuring the accurate delivery of goods.

The Evolution of Extended Warehouse Management (EWM)

The SAP Warehouse Management solution was used by many companies in different industries. In the past years, SAP introduced a more dynamic and comprehensive solution, the SAP Extended Warehouse Management solution. In addition, SAP announced that it will end its SAP WM support as of 2025 and pointed out that SAP WM users should switch to the SAP EWM solution.

Main Features of SAP EWM


Your mail has been sent successfully. You will be contacted as soon as possible.

Your message could not be delivered! Please try again later.