Warehouses of UAB ALG Logistika are located in the logistic complex in Kaunas Free Economic Zone.

Record keeping of operations and goods, storage and putaway tracking, and other procedures are handled through warehouse management systems SAP R3 and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0.

Logistics centre

ALG Logistika warehouses are located in the logistic complex, which is in an ideal geographical location for the functions of a central or regional warehouse (both for Lithuania and the Baltic States). Warehouses are built in Kaunas Free Economic Zone (3 km to the centre of Kaunas), at the intersection of the strategic highways A1 and A6. Address: Terminalo g. 10, 54469, Biruliškės village, Kaunas district

In order to develop an effectively operated secondary logistic system, it is very important to find a proper location for central or regional warehouse, to ensure seamless and timely delivery of goods to customers, as well as their effective supply to the warehouse.

Main criteria for choosing a warehouse location:
  • Geographical      location – upon assessment of frequency, flow of supplies to the      warehouse, distance to the supplier and the cost of such delivery, the      flow of supplies from the warehouse, frequency of deliveries, distance to      market sales and delivery costs.
  • Sufficient      level of infrastructure of warehouses should be available as close as      possible to the area described in the paragraph above.
  • Availability      of all skill levels of labour.
  • Distance to      the main roads and the road quality.


Warehouse characteristics

Technical specifications:
Grade A Storage area, racks 3500
Heating Gas Storage area, mezzanine 1800
Maintained temperature >10 °C EP quantity 5700
Working height 10,5 m Number of shelves 2400
Warehouse area 5000(+) Number of gates 8


  • 24/7/365 security
  • Fenced-in area
  • Illuminated area
  • Network of video surveillance cameras
  • Burglar alarm connected directly to the police station
  • Central gate security post
  • Entrance/exit only with permits
  • Secure parking
  • Fire alarm system connected to the fire station.


Warehouse management schemes

In modern logistics, efficient management of stock, movement control operations cannot function without warehouse management software and processes-tailored functionalities.

UAB ALG Logistika employs several warehouse management systems which help to ensure efficient processes and proper stock records: SAP R3 and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0

SMS functionalities:
  • Detailed records of goods
  • Storage putaways and stock management
  • Options for using mobile devices
  • Team tasks and task consolidation
  • Two-step selection
  • Selection by zone
  • Planned addition of putaways
  • Automatic generation of warehouse replenishment or release orders
  • Statistical data collection


 The warehouse management program is integrated with the vehicle fleet management partner programs and enables fast and precise data transmission.

Warehouse management systems can be integrated with the customer’s business management programs at various levels. This helps to improve communication to avoid unnecessary communication channels and ensures the correct data exchange.

Services and procedures

Acceptance of goods:
  • Unloading;
  • Verification of the compliance of quality and quantity to standards/orders;
  • Sorting;
  • Verification and registration of additional tracking signs (expiry date, batch number, etc.);
  • Addressing of goods*.
*Each item is assigned a unique putaway code.


  • Storage of goods on pallets in racks;
  • Storage of goods in mezzanine in small shelves;
  • Foodstuff storage;
  • Storage of goods in a separately equipped area;
  • Each unique stock item has a separate storage address assigned by the storage management system.


Value-added services:
  • Printing and attachment of stickers;
  • Pick up of collections;
  • Serial number scan;
  • Packing and repacking.


Release of goods:
  • Selection of goods;
  • Shipment documentation;
  • Packing and shipment preparation for transportation;
  • Data transmission to the transportation company;
  • Loading.


Acceptance of returned goods:
  • Unloading of goods;
  • Sorting;
  • Quantity and quality verification;
  • Return record keeping;
  • Return of goods to putaways.