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Logistics services

Logistics services are the core business of many LFS customers. On this course, you will learn how logistics processes can be recorded and settled using the LFS warehouse management system.

Logistics processes such as storage, retrieval, packing and loading have settlement codes. Each transaction is then recorded for settlement. Even complex features, such as value added services, staggered prices and warehouse rent can be included.

Various different settlement scenarios are simulated, configured and worked through using practical examples on this course. You get the skillset you need to set up and provide support for settlement of logistics services in your warehouse.

This course can be easily combined with the one-day "Value Added Services" course, as the two courses are thematically linked.

Training details

Target group:

Participants who work with logistics services in the warehouse and set them up and/or monitor them, warehouse control center employees, and key users.


Course objectives:

After this course, you will be familiar with the different options for the settlement of logistics services in the warehouse. You will be able to configure and maintain the settlement codes in LFS. You will also be able to invoice logistics services and monitor and check invoices.


Prior knowledge:

"Elementary" and "Intermediate" courses


Length of course:

1 day

Day 1 Fundamentals of logistic services

  • Introduction to LFS terminology and technical terms 
  • Basic functions of logistic services in LFS 
  • Basic settings required for logistic services on client level 
  • Automatic and manual accounting keys 
  • Maintenance of standard accounting keys 
  • Allocation to different warehouse processes 
  • Defining different accounting scenarios 
  • Calculation for goods receiving 
  • Calculation for picking and retrieval 
  • Topic-related practical excercises
  • Defining advanced accounting scenarios 
  • Working with accounting lists 
  • Calculating storage rent 
  • Scheduling jobs 
  • Printing revenue invoices 
  • Defining accounting groups 
  • Allocating invoices to clients or suppliers 
  • Print management for invoicing 
  • Topic-related practical excercises