As part of its diversification activities, CWC developed a railway storage site along a railway line as a pilot project at the whitefield Goods Terminal in Bangalore, after reaching an agreement with Indian Railway. This project was commissioned in February 2002 and resulted in increased rail traffic, improved customer service and increased cargo volume handled by CWC. The success of this project has led CWC to consider the development of Railside Warehousing Complexes in other centres near the rail terminals. [31] Few non-profit organizations focus on the transmission of knowledge, education and research in the area of inventory management and their role in the supply chain industry. The Board of Education and Research (WERC) [41] and the International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA)[42] in Illinois, United States of America. They offer professional certification and training programs to the country`s industry. The Australian College of Training has state-funded personal development and vocational training programs in Lager-Certs II – V (Diploma), they are online in Western Australia and face to face, or in Australia for online courses. It should be noted that, given the unprecedented new situation, it is currently not possible to predict with certainty the outcome of a potential dispute over disruptions in a COVID 19 pandemic lease agreement. There are no comparable precedents under the applicable legislation as amended, and there may be legal changes as a result of new legislation to come. In addition, each analysis must be tailored on a case-by-case basis and take into account the distribution of opportunities and risks between the parties to the specific lease, in accordance with the terms of the lease. What are the possible consequences for leases? Cross-docking is a specialized distribution centre (DC) in which the inventory is stored or not and the product is received, processed (if necessary) and shipped in a short period of time. As for storage, there are different types of crossdocks. In the case of past leases, the lessor can prove that the late completion and surrender of leased land is exclusively related to the COVID 19 pandemic – and is not partly attributable to a circumstance for which the lessor is responsible, for example.

B the insufficient continuation of the building permit – it can be considered as a case of force majeure and therefore as a temporary impossibility of delivery. The distribution of risks and what is appropriate for the parties also play a decisive role in the modification of a specific lease. The test for the amendment is the “fair” distribution of the new risk between the two parties in order to reach the agreement agreed between the parties at the conclusion of the contract in order to take into account the new risk if they had foreseen it. There are many possibilities for adaptation. Among other things, it is possible to consider both a rent adjustment and a reduction in the duration of the tenancy. The extent to which such a change is appropriate for the parties depends on each particular case. The concept of rebus sic stantibus is based on art. 313 and the BGB. However, in principle, the specific provisions of the right to lease prevail over these provisions, i.e. that Section 543 of the BGB replaces paragraphs 314, 313 of the BGB with respect to the extraordinary termination of a lease. Still a functional building, at the end of the 20th century, warehouses began to adapt to standardization, mechanization, technological innovation and changes in supply chain methods.

Here in the 21st century, we are witnessing the next great evolution of storage — automation.